week ending 17.1.20

This week in Maths we have been learning about kg and g and carrying out lots of practical weighing as you can see above and here below. We were very surprised at how many pears were the same weight as a kg.  Also only half a piece of paper weighed the same as 1g. This told us a kg must be quite…

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Year 2 w/e 17th January

This week we have written our reports about the amazing author Julia Donaldson!

We have been exploring the properties of 3D shapes and choosing how to sort them.

Also we generated some really good questions about our Explorers history topic.

This week our certificates were awarded…

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Week ending 17.1.20

Another great week. This half term we will be learning about keeping ourselves fit and healthy. Mrs Doyle came in to help us understand heart rate, what it is, how it changes and how to calculate our maximum heart rate. She also told us the importance of raising your heart rate every day (trying…

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Year 2 w/e 10th January

Happy New Year!

We were ‘turning over new leaves’ this week and thinking how we can change ourselves for the better.

We were introduced to our new virtues; Learned and Wise. 

The Fire and Rescue Service visited on Thursday and we learned some valuable lessons about keeping safe. After we…

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Year 3 6th - 10th January 2020

Happy New Year! Hope you all had a wonderful Christmas.

Year 3 have come back to school ready to get started on their new topics and we can't believe our first week is over already. 

Everyone has worked so hard this week, well done Year 3.

Science

We have been very busy investigating…

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week ending 10.1.20

Welcome back!. The children are well rested and so I am I. They have all returned very grown up and with a fantastic attitude to learning.

Our new virtues are Learned and Wise and we made a link with the story of the Epiphany and the Wise Men at the start of the week.

In English we have been…

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Week ending 10.1.20

Happy New Year! Many thanks for all the lovely Christmas presents I received.

The children all seem to have had great Christmas holidays and have come back to school ready to work hard. We have started a new class novel called ‘The Boy at the Back of the Class’ and it is proving to be an…

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Happy New Year!

Happy new year to all, I hope you have had a lovely Christmas!  The children have certainly come back to school refreshed, focused and eager to learn!  We have an exciting term ahead where we are learning about Space and reading and writing Science Fiction texts.  We are also going to visit the…

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Happy New Year Kindergarten

Happy New Year to you all and a huge thank you for all our thoughtful gifts we received at Christmas.

A big warm welcome to our new families who have joined us this term and we look forwards to getting to know you all.

This term our focus is space. This children have expressed lots of…

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Year 2 Christmas Week ending 20th Dec

We had a busy last week before Christmas which was lots of fun.

We finished the week by joining together to sing our favourite songs and

then in the afternoon we took part in a beautifully reflective worship.

Thank you so much for your generous and thoughtful cards and gifts.

May I…

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Christmas week Year 1

We have had a lovely week. We started the week by writing our own Christmas story book. We then made melting snowman biscuits great fun as you can see below. Christmas dinner was delicious.

Today we had a whole school singalong and finished our day with a very peaceful worship reminding us what…

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Merry Christmas

It has been a lovely festive week in Year 5!  We have finished our work on ‘A Christmas Carol’ and watched the Muppet version to draw comparisons.  We have also created Christmas themed maths problems for each other to work on. 

Of course, along side all of this we have enjoyed a delicious…

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