Class Blogs

Year 5 Treat

Unfortunately I was not in class to see the children out at the end of the day today  so I was unable to remind them about our treat afternoon tomorrow.  As the children have now received 20 marbles we will be watching a film in the afternoon. The children can […]

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Year One learn Mandarin

Today, we had a very exciting time learning some words of Mandarin. We practiced counting to ten, singing songs, naming animals and much more. We particularly enjoyed listening to the story of the forgetful cat!

Thank you to all the Year 5 parents for the wonderful Christmas gifts. It was very generous and much appreciated.

A Victorian Christmas

Year 5 had a brilliant Victorian Christmas morning today. We made crackers with chocolate coins and a festive joke. Then we made peg reindeer to hang on the Christmas tree. After break we decorated gingerbread and shortbread biscuits with smarties and marshmallows and finally made orange and clove pomanders. To […]

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Year 5

Hi all, We have had a very busy week in Year 5. In discussion with the children today, we have come up with a new behaviour scheme. It is linked to football, using a yellow and red card system. Please ask your child about it and if you have any […]

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Christmas is coming…

The past couple of weeks we have been learning about the Nativity story and have set up a stable role play area for the children to act out the story. They have also been enjoying dressing up in the various outfits for thedifferent characters!  The children have been working hard […]

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‘Twas the night before the nativity and all through house, not a creature was able to avoid the nervous anxiety, not even the mice. This week we are dominated by the events leading to the birth of Christ as told not only by the gospel writers but also an endless […]

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Year 6 30.11.18

Another week has flashed by in Year 6 but it has been all go as per usual. In Literacy we have been continuing our work on Macbeth but we have been updating it into a modern style. Instead of Macbeth receiving a message from a rider on horse back, he […]

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Deck the halls with boughs of folly!

Greetings to all people of Year 2! We find ourselves now firmly in the grip of that condition known as ‘The Nativity’. For some this inspires fear and dread. Not so for those of us in year 2. The children are demonstrating all the signs of being a company of […]

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Year 4 – a week of sports!

This week was a very sporty week in Year 4! On Monday, we were lucky to have workshop with a Judo Olympian, where we learnt to how to throw another person! Over the last few weeks, we have had visitors from Amwell View School who have been teaching us skills […]

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