Class Blogs

Super Scientists

Well done to our team of Year 3 scientists this week! The children completed a range of investigations with maturity and enthusiasm. The write ups for these investigations were fantastic and I’m sure that the children will be eager to tell you all about the new scientific knowledge that they […]

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Shepherds in the hood

We are well and truly experiencing the festive fun of Christmas in Year 2! Not only are we fully immersed in our theatrical endeavours but so too, we find ourselves combining the stage with science as we frolic in the world of Christmas science this week. Our first investigation will […]

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Hello from Reception

Hello all. Before I try to capture the last few weeks I just want to thank you all for your kindness and compassion over the last few weeks. The flowers and card are beautiful and gratefully received. Another week has flashed by and has been filled with more amazing work. […]

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Year 4 update

It’s been another busy week in Year 4! In French, we have been learning the phrases ‘Je suis..’ and ‘Je ne suis pas…’. We used these when we acted out the story of an animal searching for its mother. In Science we continued our learning about electricity by experimenting with […]

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A huge well done to Year 3!

What a fantastic performance from the children in Year 3 this morning. Myself and Mrs Robb are so proud of you all! I’m sure I can say the same for all of your parents too! Honorable mentions go to Emily, James and Isiah for filling in some parts due to […]

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Balloon rockets

We have had a good start to the week in year 1 so far. This afternoon we worked in groups on our science experiments and made balloon rockets that flew along zip wires. If you have a rainy weekend at home and want to make them you’ll need: balloons, string, straws, […]

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Year 4 visit the British Museum

The highlight of our week was a visit to the British Museum in London to find out more about Ancient Egypt. We were very excited to see real artefacts similar to ones that we’ve been learning about in class, including mummies, canopic jars and the actual Rosetta Stone.

Parliament Week in Year 6

Thank you to all those supports who came to watch our collective worship this morning. All the children were fantastic! On Tuesday afternoon we had some excellent discussions about whether or not the age for voting should be lowered to 16 or kept at 18. Having watched a debated from […]

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Calling all Stone age tailors!

This week in Year 3 we have begun rehearsing our class collective worship for next Friday. The children have done really well so far and are already beginning to learn their lines without prompts. Therefore the homework for this weekend is to continue to look at the script in order […]

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Year 5 visit The British Schools Museum.

On Thursday 16th November, Year 5 visited The British Schools Museum in Hitchin. We had a great time and learned lots about life as a Victorian child. On our return, Molly composed this recount of the day: “On Thursday 16th November, Year 5 went on a school trip to The […]

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