10 March 2021

Welcome Back Year 5!

What a great return to school for our Year 5 children who have been learning at home these past months! It is wonderful to see you all again and how you're already hard at work and enjoying being back with your friends. We're positive that the remaining weeks of this half term will be full of lots…

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1 March 2021

Learning about fish

Nursery have been learning all about fish today!  We had a real fish (bought from the fish mongers!) for the children to explore.  They were able to touch it and feel its scales, spot its fins and gills and look closely at its mouth to see if it had any teeth!  They looked through magnifying…

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8 February 2021

A Snow Day

Nursery enjoyed a 'snow day' today, making foot prints, snow balls, snow castles and they even tried to build a snowman!  They had lots of fun exploring how snow felt and they even tried to catch a few flakes on their tongue!  

Back inside after they had warmed up we learnt all about Chinese…

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1 February 2021

Exploring frost and ice

As we welcomed our Nursery children back this week, the weather was just right for our planned activities!!  We learned how frost was formed and looked at pictures of the pretty patterns it makes!  We were able to go outside on the grass and explore the frost for ourselves!  The children thought…

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11 January 2021

Exploring ice and animals

At the end of last week we took advantage of the cold, snowy and icy weather.  We carried out an experiment to see what would happen if we left a tray of water outside overnight.  The children were surprised the next morning when the water has disappeared and ice was in it's place!  The children…

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4 January 2021

Ice Adventures

Happy new year to you all and welcome back to term 2!  This term the children are learning about the polar regions and the animals which live there.  They started off by going on an Arctic Adventure with Peter the Polar Bear and got dressed up in winter woolies to keep warm! Peter Polar Bear told…

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12 December 2020

We’ve Climbed Much Higher!

Over the last half term, the children have began to really capture this half term’s enquiry question. 
 

We have truly climbed higher, developed skills and improved our behaviours for learning.

Tweek we are learning all about Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay’s outstanding achievement. We…

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10 December 2020

Tudor Roses

As part of their Tudors topic, Year 5 have been cross stitching their own very Tudor roses. They have needed to show excellent attention to detail when following the cross stitch pattern as well as patience and resilience when threading the needle and when things have not quite gone to…

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9 December 2020

Christmas has arrived in Nursery!

The children have been learning all about Christmas and why it is celebrated!  They have been having fun in our new role play area where they have been dressing up and acting out the Nativity story.  They have also been busy wrapping presents and pretending it is Christmas Eve, going to 'sleep' in…

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30 November 2020

Developing Writing!

In Year 4, we’ve writing and want to develop confident and skilled writers.

After learning the features of newspaper reports and investigating all about Otzi the Iceman, we wrote our own newspaper reports. We will then edit and improve these using our success criteria! 
 

well done Year 4…

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26 November 2020

Investigating Air Resistance

The aim of this week's Year 5 Science lesson was not how fast can an object fall fall but how slow... Why? Because we were studying air resistance and how it can be useful in situations such as slowing down the fall of a parachutist.

The children looked at the effects of air resistance on…

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24 November 2020

A combination of seasons

Nursery have been having fun creating these gorgeous pictures with natural materials which represent the 4 seasons.  They used objects such as flowers to represent summer, green leaves to represent spring, acorns, conkers, yellow/orange leaves to represent autumn and twigs for winter.  They chose…

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