Class Blogs

Stoic philosophy

People of Year 4! The inexorable march of time leads us forth into that week between weeks, known as half term. A small piece of paper has been placed in book bags – I witnessed it so I believe it to be true. If you hear any stories to the […]

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Year 5 Spellings and Homework Task

Year 5 Homework. Please complete the comprehension exercise in preparation for our work after half term where we will be focusing on developing our inference and deduction skills. There is no expectation that this is completed independently or with an adult but please note on the paper any help that […]

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Year One

Thank you to all those that attended ‘Show and share’ this morning it was lovely to see you all working with you children and giving them the opportunity to share their successes with you, I hope you are as proud of the children as I am. I have asked the […]

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Welcome to the Year 5 blog!

Greetings, and welcome to the Year 5 blog which unfortunately took an unexpected hiatus! Still, let normal service resume. May this serve you as a hub of information and an acknowledgement of the work your children are producing in class. It is hard to believe that we are half way […]

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Bee-Bot alula!

Well what a busy week we have all experienced. The BMX stunt assembly was greeted with great enthusiasm and wonder. This was followed by a visit from our county adviser on Wednesday, he was very impressed by the teaching and learning throughout the school, hurrah, we try our best. He […]

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Year 6 BMX Workshop

On Monday Year 6 were treated to a brilliant workshop from Mike Mullen (World Amateur Champion!). The day started with an inspirational assembly in which Mike spoke to the children about his journey from an asthmatic lacking confidence in school to a World champion. The children heard stories about how […]

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Wind in Year One!

This week, as well as continuing with our work on ‘Traditional Tales’, we are going to be thinking about ‘Wind!’ and not the kind that comes from high fibre foods! Mrs Arnold and I attended a conference at the weekend, which focused on asking deep questions that really extend and […]

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Once upon a time…

Once upon a time…. in Reception class, there were many marvelous children who this week, amazed all the teachers across the land, by writing the most fabulous instructions about how to build a house. For this work they received a royal reward as class of the week with many marbles […]

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Year 6 are looking for love….

Year 6 are looking for love….love for a book that is! This week we have introduced our ‘blind date with a book’ where the children are encouraged to choose a book without judging it by the cover. This will hopefully mean the children are reading from a range of genres […]

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New Year’s Greetings

Salutations and new year jollity to the people of year 4. I must admit that the celebrations marking yet another year passing feels like an eternity ago. Firstly, I would like to thank all of you for your thoughtful Christmas gifts. I enjoy looking at the cards and feeling the […]

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