Monthly Archives: September 2019

The Teatime Rap

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1+ This Thursday is National Poetry Day so we have been getting to grips with a poem. We have been putting our rapping skills...   Read More

Amazing descriptive writing!

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0 In Year 5, we have spent the week researching mythical beasts to give us inspiration to create our own! After using watercolours to...   Read More

Grand Designs

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4+ This week we have been busy designing our own houses for the Three Little Pigs. We used straws, lolly-sticks and lots of masking...   Read More

A busy week

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4+ This week the children have been really busy thinking about who is in their family and talking about how they feel at school...   Read More

Performance time!

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0 The children have started to learn the songs for the upcoming Year 3 performance with Mrs Horsley. They have all come home with...   Read More

A ‘rocking’ time in Year 3

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1+ Year 3 are working hard to learn our ‘rock’ song to perform as part of our Year 3 performance!

The Big Build

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2+ Today in Year 1 the children received a video message from Pippa the pig. She asked them to build her a house which...   Read More

Year 2 Samba Bands

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3+ The children had a lot of fun outside this week forming their own Samba bands. They used the syllables from The character’s names...   Read More

Dicey Multiplication!

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1+ This week we have been working on our long multiplication. This game involved us rolling a dice and then positioning our digits carefully...   Read More

Dear Duncan…

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2+ This week, we have continued our unit looking at ‘The Day the Crayons Quit’. The children wrote some fantastic letters back to the...   Read More

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