Home learning: Sporty art

Year 2 indulged in some art linked to the theme of Lockdown Sports Day. They looked at some artwork by Matisse and used this as inspiration to create their own sporty art.

 

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Lockdown Sports Day

We were not going to let the lockdown stop us having our annual sports day so we held a virtual one! The children took part in sports day activities at home or in the local environment. There was lots of running, skipping, long jump, egg and spoon races, obstacle courses and other activities.

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Year 1 Celebration of work

Year One have been working so hard during lockdown, they have been completing the set schoolwork and also enjoying some new hobbies.

Here are some of the highlights of just the last week. We have had wonderful fun.  Here are some of the things Year one have been up to: making jam jar…

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Historic Mission

Last week saw an historic mission, a milestone moment when the SpaceX successfully launched their rocket into space. Read all about it in the newspaper reports written by Year 4 and find out why this marks a momentous achievement and what it holds or the future of space exploration. 
 

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Home Learning: Week beginning 01.06.2020

Year 2 found out about the city of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil. They learned about the characteristics of the place and what the Rio Carnival is like. The children used the knowledge they had gained to design or create an outfit, mask or headdress for the Rio Carnival. I’m sure you’ll agree that they…

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Praying the Rosary at home

May is the month of Mary and is traditionally a time when Catholics pray the Rosary together at home. Year 2 learned about what the Rosary is and took part in praying it at home with their families.

 

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Mental Health Awareness Week

Random Acts of Kindness

The children in Reception have risen to the challenge of carrying out a random act of kindness each day!  They have prepared celebrations for their pets, made cups of tea for their parents, cooked food, made cards, written letters and helped with the house work.  They…

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Y1 Activities

 

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Pebble Pixies in Year 4

Year 4 have been spreading a little joy by becoming Pebble Pixies. They collected pebbles, added colour and words of comfort then shared the pebbles around their locality to bring a little smile to passers by during these unprecedented times. 

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Y5 Class Dojo work

Year 5 have been busy with the activities set on Class Dojo.

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Mental Health Awareness Week# Kindness

 


 


 


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Home learning week 4: Florence Nightingale's 200th birthday

Florence Nightingale would have been 200 years old on 12th May 2020. Year 2 researched the life of Florence Nightingale and used what they learned to produce information posters and pieces of writing to tell others about her and why she was so important.

 

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