Monthly Archives: March 2019

Homework Wall of Fame

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0 Well done to those who made it onto the ‘Homework Wall of Fame’ for this week and last week!

Junior Strictly Runners-Up!

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0 Yesterday saw the Year 3/4 Junior Strictly competition at the Deco Theatre. After nearly ten weeks of training and practising, the time had...   Read More

A web of a week!

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0 This week the children have been listening to different versions of the Anansi the Spider story. We have been talking about the ways...   Read More

Getting in the Strictly spirit!

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1+ This afternoon Year 4 got into the Strictly spirit by learning the basic moves to a Salsa dance. After mastering the moves, the...   Read More

A sticky afternoon!

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0 We had a very sticky and fun afternoon in Year 4 today! We started creating our Anglo-Saxon brooches in art which we had...   Read More

What a quacking afternoon!

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0 This afternoon we had a lovely time when we went and visited the ducklings in Year 5. We sat very quietly and observed...   Read More

TT Rockstars club

0 Another busy week at TT rockstars club! The current battle is between the Y3 classes. It’s quite close at the minute, with just...   Read More

Finding the nth term

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0 Today, we tackled a really tricky concept in maths: finding the nth term of a sequence. The children were fantastic and picked it...   Read More

Reading with expression!

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0 This week we worked with a partner and read a chapter from James and the Giant Peach together. We each took turns to...   Read More

Cooperation in maths!

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0 This week, year 3 were again working on their skills of cooperation. This time, they had to work together with a partner to...   Read More

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