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Year 5 Grand Designs!

This week, we have been enhancing our Growth Mindsets and focusing on persistence in the face of adversity! When we are given something that challenges us, do we fall at the first hurdle or do we use the lessons learned to make a better second attempt? I challenged Year 5 […]

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Year 1 Update

Another lovely start to the week in Year 1. In maths this week we have been identifying 2D shapes and making knights shields that have lines of symmetry. If children find any interesting objects or pictures at home that show symmetry then they are welcome to bring them in to […]

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National Fitness Day

On Wednesday 27th September the children at St Andrew’s took part in a range of activities on National Fitness Day. The morning started with a whole school Samba at the end of Collective Worship. The children and teachers shimmied, waved, rolled and clapped their way along to some samba music. […]

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Year 5 cook!

On Friday, Year 5’s taste buds experienced French cuisine! We tried a variety of French food such as croissants, brie, crepes and much more. Although some children were apprehensive at first, everyone tried something new. We rated the food based on our senses and overall experience (Masterchef had better watch […]

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Character motivation in Cinderella

People of year 2 , The weeks are flying by and it seems as if we are all on fast forward once more. This last week has seen the children working on various aspects of the curriculum and meeting each challenge with their usual panache and a certain amount of […]

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Office Update – Friday, 22nd September 2017

Dear Parents We have just a couple of updates from the Office this week:- 1)  Reception – Year 4 – Annual Nasal Flu Vaccination: A quick reminder again that the online application for the ‘flu’ jab, being delivered to children in Years 1, 2, 3, 4 and Reception class in October, must […]

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Year One – Our first visit to Forest School

We have had another lovely week in Year One, we have all written our own versions of Zog thinking of different things he could learn. Today we visited Forest school for the first time this Year, we walked all around the school site looking for signs of Autumn, we found […]

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The philosophy of lost property

People of Year 2, Another week full of hard work and lost water bottles. In the time I have been teaching I have developed my understanding of pedagogical craft and the workings of a child’s mind. There is however, one thing I shall never grasp, and believe it to be […]

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