Archive for January, 2019

Once upon a time in Reception

All the children are highly engaged in this terms topic on traditional tales. We have spent the last few weeks acting out stories including The Three Bears, The Three Pigs and the Three Billy Goats Gruff. As well as being lots of fun this has been an effective way to […]

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Year 4 update

This week we had fun at the sports hall festival trying out different sporting activities such as speed stacking, long jump and relay races. In Maths this week, we’ve been learning about converting units of measure, and in Art we have been using clay to create lids for our canopic […]

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The rumours are false!

I would like to point out immediately that rumours suggesting that there is no homework this week are false. I repeat : the rumours are false. When you log on to Mathletics you will notice that the children have been set two time tasks as this has been what we […]

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Year Five Show and Share

I have had a few question regarding the Year Five show and share session tomorrow afternoon. So I thought I would write a quick blog to clarify what will be happening. From 2:30pm the classroom will be open for you to come and visit and share some of the work […]

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Year 4 update

This week we’ve been busy learning about units of measure and converting between different units. We had great fun measuring how far we could jump and writing the distance in centimetres and in metres. We have started a new topic of ‘Rainforests’ and the children created some amazing fact files […]

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Year 6 Blog

The week Year 6 have spent a lot of time thinking about our value of perseverance. On Thursday I set the class the challenge of learning to juggle to the sound of moaning and groaning. “I can’t do it!”, “It’s too hard!” were just a couple of the phrases we […]

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Netball Match vs. Morgans

On Thursday the 17th of January, six year 5’s and two year 6’s played against Morgans in a netball cup match. Our St Andrew’s netball team played really well and in each quarter we just got better and better. Our school and their school persevered a lot throughout the match. […]

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