Visiting Author – Jack Trelawney

Jack Trelawney- Author Visit On Monday 19th June, Key Stage 2 had a visit from Jack Trelawney- a published author. Jack spoke to the children about how he gets his ideas for his stories. Explaining that he mostly writes about things he knows about. He also likes using pictures to get his ideas. He read […]

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Nursery – Forest School leaf printing

Leaf Printing with hammers! Today the Nursery went to the dell armed with hammers and pieces of white sheet. We collected different types of leaves and then placed them between the materials and gentle hit them with a hammer. All the children were shown how to safely use a hammer. The effect was lovely and […]

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Early Years Water Day

Monday 19th June Water Day Ignite On a really hot day Early Years had a wonderful time experiencing activities  with water. We had lots of buckets, paintbrushes, paddling pools, things to squirt water and to spray bottles to create water art. The children had a lovely learning experience and enjoyed the morning. Here are some […]

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Year 4 Ignite – The Saxons

Year 4 IGNITE On Monday we had our Year4 Ignite – Can you guess what we are dressed up as? A Saxon came in to teach us about life in Saxon times. We learnt lots about the weapons and armour. Did you know that it could take a year to make a sword? Saxons were […]

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The Mayor visits

The Mayor visits 8th May On the 8th May we were honoured to have the Mayor visit the school. He spent time looking around our school and enjoyed talking to some of the staff and children. Children from all year groups were chosen to have their picture taken with him and his wife.  

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Early Years Playground

Our New Playground After many months of planning the early years playground has had a makeover. Thanks to FOMS and Lottery Funding for helping to fund this project. Many of the children have been watching the diggers and machinery and have used this learning in their role play. The children have at last been able to use […]

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Nursery – Bug Hotels and Garden centre

Making Bug Hotels On Friday 12th Nursery took a trip to the dell to collect sticks and leaves. We returned to class and the children worked in pairs to put them in plastic bottles to make bug hotels. Some of the hotels were hung in the Nursery garden, some out the front of school and […]

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Green fingers

For our latest topic, Year 1/2 have been getting to grips with how our gardens grow…from plants and trees to minibeasts and weather. So far we have explained the life cycles of sunflowers and frogs as well as identifying and naming different parts of common plants. Here are some pictures of our latest outdoor fun…planting our […]

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Mini Beasts -Nursery

Exploring the dell and making mini beasts As part of our topic Nursery and Reception have been visiting the dell to look for creatures in the trees and undergrowth. Today we collected natural materials to use with clay to make mini beasts. Here are a few of their amazing mini beasts.

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Year 4 – Discovering angles

Today, we have been looking at different types of angles in our playground. We saw right angles, obtuse angles and acute angles. A right angle is when 2 straight lines meet at 90°. We used the corner of our books to check if an angle was a right angle or not. An acute is less […]

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