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World Book Day 2020

As part of our annual celebrations for World Book Day, we had a range of events going on throughout the week.

The Amazing Amazon Rainforest

Last term, Year 2 and 3 learnt about all about the rainforests. We coloured rainforest animals, made long paper chain vines, tissue paper flowers and a variety of tropical leaves for our display. We learnt about where rainforests are in the world, what the different layers of the forest are, what the climate is like …

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ImCRESSive Plant Experiment

Year 2 and 3 have been learning all about plants. We have looked at seeds, bulbs, seed dispersal and what plant needs to grow. The children enjoyed tasting lots of different types of seeds! At the end of their unit, we set up a simple experiment to see what conditions plants needed to grow. We …

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Brilliant Ball Skills

We have been learning about the different types of skills we would need in sports that involve balls e.g. throwing, catching, kicking, dribbling and stopping. At the end of the term, the children got to put their skills to the test in a ball based circuit.

What a Week

The Turtles class have had a super first week back after the half term! We have been learning how to explore and recite a poem called The Witch by Mary Elizabeth Coleridge. We have discussed our impressions of the poem and have performed the poem using expression, tone and volume. In our new topic ‘Go …

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What an Explosive Week

In Science Year 5 have been investigating properties of materials, and which changes are reversible and irreversible. We investigating adding mentos into diet coke and discussed that this causes a reaction which created a new substance. This makes this change irreversible. The children have done an amazing job explaining all of the processes using scientific …

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Nutty Number Hunt!

For the NSPCC number day, Year 2 and 3 were split into squirrel teams and given 30 acorns. We divided our acorns equally between each squirrel and then went out onto the field to find somewhere to hide them. We were then allowed to hunt for each teams acorns and see if we could steal them …

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NSPCC Number Day – Outdoor Learning

For the NSPCC number day, Dolphin class went outside on the field in search of objects to measure. Our current topic in maths is measurement and to help us practice our measuring skills and language we went in search of a range of sizes of twigs and sticks. The children got really stuck in and …

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Mad for the Mayans

This week we have learned about Mayan masks, and their importance in the Mayan culture. The children have been working on designing their own mask which we will be making over the next couple of weeks.

Circus Skills Workshop

Y4 had the opportunity to take part in a circus skills workshop