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Algorithms are fun

In Computing Class One have been learning about algorithms.  To begin the lesson they had to give verbal step by step instructions to Mrs Barrett so she could make a jam sandwich.  Everyone thought it was hilarious when "put the jam on the bread" resulted in a jar of jam sitting on a slice of…

Posted by Mrs Barrett on 3 November 2019

Category: Year 1

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UK Day

The children had lots of fun finding out about the four countries of the United Kingdom during UK day.  After exploring artefacts and books about the countries, the children wrote information sheets about England, Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland and then each group presented their work to the…

Posted by Mrs Barrett on 3 November 2019

Category: Year 1

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Seven Worlds, One Planet

Following our topic of 'Our World', David Attenborough has released a new series airing on BBC every Sunday evening. 

The series follows a different continent every week - just like we did in class!

Episode one was all about Antarctica, and surprisingly about the abundance of life that can…

Posted by Miss Cammiss on 28 October 2019

Category: Year 5

Tags: Class 5

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Marvellous Magnets

To finish off an amazing half term, the children created their own magnetic games for the children in Class R. Their magnetic knowledge and creativity combined helped to create some wonderful games that we all enjoyed playing with! Have a good break and see you all after the holiday!

Category: Year 3

Tags: Class 3

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Space Buggys

Today we made our space buggies using all the information we have learnt about the planets in our solar system. The children chose a planet to design a space buggy for and created a design which had a practical specification. For example some children's space buggies designed for Mars included…

Posted by Miss Cammiss on 25 October 2019

Category: Year 5

Tags: Class 5

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Number Crunching!

Recently, Year 4 have been working really hard with renaming when adding and subtracting. They have even been using the inverse operation to check their working.

Mrs Bourne and I have been so impressed with the groups we have been supporting to achieve their objectives - so many great ideas and…

Posted by Miss Ings on 22 October 2019

Category: Year 4

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Science and Learning Logs

This afternoon we were continuing our Science investigations into electricity and circuits, looking at the variables and hypothesis. Some children energetically demonstrated electricity travelling through a circuit.

We also did an art gallery style walk round to look at our wonderful learning…

Posted by Mr Rugg on 17 October 2019

Category: Year 6

Tags: Class 6

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Reasoning Champions

To further our reasoning and problem solving skills linked to addition and subtraction, we have had a go at some super tricky maths questions this morning.

The children worked very hard with their partners to crack the problem and we even ended up with multiple solutions!

Once we had…

Posted by Miss Cammiss on 17 October 2019

Category: Year 5

Tags: Class 5

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It's another Harvest Festival!

This week, the children performed our Harvest Festival song (which you may have heard more than you would have liked at home!) in assembly this week. They all did a wonderful job and it sounded really good! Next up... Christmas Carols!

Category: Year 3

Tags: Class 3

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Space Buggys: design phase

Following last week's computing lesson in which we researched the conditions and terrian of a chosen planet, we have now started to design our SITE project for this half term. We will be making a 'planet buggy' which will be suited to travel on a different planet.

We started by drawing our…

Posted by Miss Cammiss on 17 October 2019

Category: Year 5

Tags: Class 5

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String Telephones

Class 4 have been exploring sound this term and identifying the changes when the distance from the sound source is increased. Today, they had a challenge to create a string telephone and identify how the sound travelled from one cup to the other (some even challenged themselves further and…

Posted by Miss Ings on 15 October 2019

Category: Year 4

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Christening baby Annabelle

Class 2 were very excited today as we went over to the church to hold a Christening service for baby Annabelle Sophie. The children listened carefully as Reverend Young explained how a Christening service works and the importance of the ceremony in the Christian faith. 

Annabelles proud parents…

Posted by Mrs Pelc on 10 October 2019

Category: Year 2

Tags: Class 2

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