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Open tomorrow as usual

Good evening. Just to confirm that school will be open as usual tomorrow. Hopefully you all received a ParentMail today informing you of this decision.   See you all in the morning.   Mrs. Arnold

Snow.

Dear year 2 community , By now you will be aware that we are not going to be performing the Nativity until Tuesday due to the adverse weather conditions. Certainly, in my neck of the woods, the roads are extremely precarious. The children have been working hard both for the […]

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Office Update – 08/13/18

Office Update 8.12.17 Chauncey Winter Wonderland leaflet HCC Nursery Admissions Leaflet Nov 18 Reception Admissions Sept 2018 Guide for Parents

Year 4 – clay creations!

Year 4 have been creating canopic jars. (Ancient Egyptians used canopic jars to store the internal organs that had been removed during the mummification process.) After looking at pictures of canopic jars for inspiration, we designed our own. We learnt how to use clay to make a coil pot, and […]

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Year 3 Class blog

What a tiring but exciting week it’s been! Well done to all the children for their exemplary behaviour at the Celtic harmony camp on Thursday, we really did represent St Andrew’s with maturity and passion for knowledge! A special thank you to our accompanying adults for your help and support […]

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Year 4 -Science Week

How can you make a snow globe? Why might some candy canes last longer than others? How do you make a Christmas tree buzzer game? Last week, Year 4 were solving all manner of Christmas related Science problems. After we had conducted an experiment, we wrote to the elves to […]

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The power of vinegar

Science week is now a memory but the smell lingers in the classroom to remind us of the impact of the power of acid forming liquids, such as intense doses of vinegar applied to just about everything. It was, in the words of one young budding scientist, “like being in […]

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Science Week in reception

What a fantastic week of exploring, predicting, testing, observing and hypothesising. Actually that’s a pretty normal week during our ‘Explore and Learn’ time in Reception class however this week had the added focus of looking at Christmas science. As we have been studying light over the past few weeks we […]

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