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Year 4 update

On Monday, we visited a gurdwara (the Sikh place of worship). The children were very keen to find out more about Sikhism and learn about what Sikhs believe and about their place of worship. This week we also took part in Junior Medic Training and learnt how to respond in […]

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Gardening club

Unlike the warm afternoon last week the children braved the chilly weather today and worked hard to prepare the soil in the raised beds that we cleared last week. Today we planted carrots, beetroot, broadbeans, radishes and peas.

Gardening club

The beautiful sunny weather was a brilliant beginning for Gardening club which started this week. Our plan over the next half term and into the summer is to tidy and clear the overgrown garden and begin planting some vegetables in a few weeks time ready to harvest next term. If […]

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Year 4 – update

In English, we have been looking at the book ‘The Shaman’s Apprentice’. We went to Forest School and used drama to get some inspiration for our own writing. We have been exploring the difference between climate and weather, and presented our own weather forecasts for different places in the world.

((BOUNCE)) Workshop

On Thursday afternoon, twenty children from Year 4, 5 and 6 were lucky enough to take part in a mini-trampoline workshop. During the workshop, children took part in small games and fitness activities all using the mini- trampolines. When the children returned to Year 6 they were certainly out of […]

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Year 4 – Number Day

We enjoyed a Maths filled day, raising money for the NSPCC. After counting all the 1p and 2p coins we tried to make the tallest tower we could. This required a great amount of perseverance! We also played card games, where we had to practise our addition and multiplication facts, […]

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Pennies from heaven

Year 2 were very proud of their unique tower as indeed was I. Similarly, I was delighted to hear the children in Year 2 counting in other languages. Year 2 are a very multicultural group and this is something to be truly celebrated. I keep telling the children about the […]

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