Week beginning 16.4.18

This week we are working hard, reminding ourselves about everything we have learnt. We know so much!

Our new Science topic is Electricity which we will be using alongside our DT projects.

We have finished our class novel: There's a Boy in the Girls' Bathroom. I think I can speak for everyone…

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Week ending 9.3.2018

Apologies for not updating this blog last week. Character costumes are very distracting.

I have attached photos of the Year 6 children in their costumes, one of the author- Andrew Green- who came to talk to us, and a couple of our trip to The Grand Theatre to watch Macbeth.

Our World Book…

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Week ending 23.2.2018

Another great week in Year 6. Lots of people had filled their half term with interesting trips and activities; it was good to hear all about them. We had some interesting Book Talk sessions, experiencing new vocabulary such as: cattle market, sizing someone up, nodding sagely, pondering &…

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Challenge Week 2018

What a great week we've had! Take a look at the photos to see some of the different activities. 

Science: Conductors or Insulators, using a cosmic ball & calculating the amount of sugar in our cereals.

Internet Safety Day, DT- creating our pizzas, Healthy Lifestyle presentations, Parachute…

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The Ark has fun 02/02/2018

It's February already! Can you believe it?

Well done to Scarlett (year5) who won the Winter Painting Competition (above), and collected her well-deserved prize from Mrs. Freeland.  Joe came 2nd and Isabella 3rd.

The pirates and dinosaurs have been very popular with the little ones this week,…

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Week ending 2.2.2018

This week has been full of lots of exciting things.

On Tuesday afternoon we had two sets of visitors: the school nurse and the fire safety officers.

Not only did the school nurse measure our heights and weights, but she also talked to us about how to keep healthy. This was really good as it…

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Our last week of term

This week has been full of exciting things, the most exciting being our trip to The Grand Theatre to watch Cinderella pantomime. We were in fine voice. Many thanks to the PTFA for contributing to the cost. 

On Tuesday the Christmas lunch was delicious and we enjoyed sparkling for Christmas. Our…

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Week ending 15.12.17

What a great week! Both the KS1 nativity and Reception class nativity were absolutely brilliant. The children sang out so well and all the costumes looked amazing. Well done to you all.

This week we have been busy finishing off our science topic - Light. Tuesday was sunny enough for us to…

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Week ending 1.12.17

This week we welcomed some special visitors to school. Well done children - you were amazing! In class we have continued with our classic novel, The Wizard of Oz, creating some really interesting and challenging questions based on our reading. Next week we will be creating a new chapter. 

On…

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Week ending 24.11.17

What a busy week!

Our trip to Blackpool Central Mosque was extremely interesting. We all learnt a great deal and the imam was impressed with how much the children knew and how respectful they were. This trip really enriched our RE learning and understanding which helped us write wonderful…

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Week ending 17.11.2017

This week was Anti-Bullying Week. One of our activities was involving glitter. We had to try and pass the glitter to the next person without leaving any on your hands. This was almost impossible. We compared this to negative comments made about someone and how they are difficult to get rid of. We…

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Week ending 10.11.2017

The children came back from their half term holiday enthusiastic and ready for work. Every night this week we had volunteers selling poppies etc preparing us for Remembrance Day. We had a thoughtful service on Wednesday and the display in the hall (which the children helped to make) is really…

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