Y1 Self-Portraits

 

 

 This afternoon we learnt about the techniques involved in creating a self-portrait.  We used photos of ourselves to allow us to focus on our features.  Some of the self-portraits still need finishing touches but what a fantastic effort from…

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Senior Citizens’ Lunch

We were absolutely thrilled to welcome members of our parish and community to our annual “Senior Citizens Lunch.” Our special guests were treated to fish and chips served by our fabulous Y6 waiters and waitresses, cake and custard for dessert and a performance from the school choir. A truly lovely…

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The Gruffalo

We have had lots of fun learning about the Julia Donaldson stories.  We looked at the Gruffalo and made some Gruffalo crumble.  Some of us thought it was delicious, some of us didn’t like it at all!  We acted out the rhyme about the big bad mouse too!
 

 

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Year 3 develop ball skills

We enjoyed learning and developing our skills in netball and ⚽️ today. It was fun and we worked well as a team!

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Y5 dance 21.1.20

Y5’s dance theme this half term is Vikings. This week they thought about how the sea might have moved as the Viking’s were crossing over to England. They brain stormed for words like rolling, swirling etc. then came up with movements to show this. We saw lots of skills they had learnt in…

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Y1 Maths

 

Today we enjoyed working in partners developing our understanding of ‘Tens and Ones’.   We encouraged each other to self check our answers and check for clear digits.  

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Bubble painting

Our Nursery children had lots of fun this week creating bubble paintings. They had to blow through a straw into a mixture of paint and washing up liquid to make the colourful pictures. Look at the wonderful bubble pictures they made!

 

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Investigating the force of friction

We really enjoyed investigating which surface caused the greatest friction on the wheels of our car. We elevated our ramp to see how much friction was created on different surfaces. Carpet is soft, thick and bumpy so we predicted that this would cause most friction. We were right!

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Y5 Prayer &Liturgy

Our theme for Prayer and Liturgy this week was ‘Friendship’. Our leaders  chose a reading from John 15: 15 and made paper hearts to remind us to show love to one

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kS2 Change 4Life

KS2 learnt fun ways to get exercise at the Change 4 Life Festival.

 

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Y6 Multi-skills

The cold January weather didn’t stop Y6 enjoying an energetic Multi-skills session outside with Dan. They have been working on attacking and invading ball games and learning how to defend. 

 

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Y5 Mountains

 

Y5 launched their ‘Mountains topic’ by making concept maps. They wrote what they already know about mountains then did some research and added facts.⛰

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