Class Blogs

Finding our sea legs.

And thus we arrive at the end of Week 2 in Year 2. I think it appropriate to use nautical references as we have been immersing ourselves in the life on the ocean blue as told by pirates. There have been some stormy seas as we have become aware of […]

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First week back in Year 6

Welcome back and welcome to Year 6! This week we have started looking at and consolidating our understanding of place value in Maths and have begun studying the mythical creatures from Arthur Spiderwick’s Field Guide to Mythical Creatures in English. We have also had great fun singing along to Livin’ […]

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Year 3’s first week!

What an exciting first week back it has been in Year 3. As I have said to the children, it’s not just a new year, it’s a whole new key stage, new playground, new classroom and a new start. They have done tremendously well this week and have all shown […]

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Year Five First week

We have had a fantastic first week in Year 5, the children have all come in with a brilliant attitude towards their learning; focused and on task with all activities. Our topic this ½ term focuses on ‘Space’. Already, we have made a pocket solar system which involved more folds […]

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Welcome to Year 1!

We have had a fantastic start to the beginning of the year. The children have blown me away with their independence and enthusiasm. There have been some questions regarding school procedure which I hope to clarify here. In regards to the beginning of the school, the whistle/bell will blow at […]

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Thank you

Thank you to all of you who contributed towards my mug and £25 voucher. I put the voucher towards a new camara. The idea is that I will be able to get some half decent photos of my children (if they will stay still long enough and both smile nicely […]

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Year 4 – final weeks!

The last few weeks of term have been busy ones in Year 4. We had plenty to do getting ready for the 150th birthday of the school: we found out what school was like in Victorian times by looking at the headteacher’s log book from the time, gathered memories of the […]

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Slip,slop, slap

Growing up in Australia one is always acutely aware of the sun and the damage it can do. So much so that I grew to hate the sun and longed for colder climes in which to live. An ever present image for Australian children of a certain era is the […]

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