Spooktacular


What a fabulous spooky day we all had.  Harold our class skeleton had the time of his life!  We enjoyed  making spooky crafts and reading the story Funny Bones.  Everyone looked fantastic in their costumes. 

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Spooky spectacular day in Nursery

We had a ‘Spooky spectacular’ day in Nursery. The children dressed up in their spooky outfits and we had a party. We played games such as musical bumps and pass the parcel and danced. The children had some Halloween food and we made our own pumpkin and bat shaped jam sandwiches and monster cakes.…

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Spooky Spectacular in Year 2

There were many spooky things occurring in Year 2 today! This morning the children made mummy toast to help them write instructions although the best part was getting to eat what they had made. Then this afternoon the children took part in some spooky yoga followed by Ghostbuster dancing. The day…

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Y6 Spooky Spells

Y6 have enjoyed a fantastic day of writing gruesome spells using descriptive language for their ingredients and imperative “bossy” verbs for their instructions! 

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Spooky Spectacular Fun in Y5

Y5 have had a spooky spectacular day making creepy cookies and bats, writing spooky stories and playing some gruesome games!

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Oooo Halloween fun in Nursery

This week Nursery have started some of their Halloween fun in Nursery. We made marshmallow ghosts, spider pizzas, Halloween cards and explored pumpkins. 
 

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Oooo Halloween fun in Nursery

This week Nursery have started some of their Halloween fun! We explored pumpkins, made some Halloween cards, marshmallow ghosts and some spider pizzas. 
 

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Y5 Science 22.10.20

Y5 carried out an experiment to see if they could separate a mixture of sand, salt and water. They used filtration and evaporation to see if they could separate the mixture back to its original form. 
 

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Sensational Stone Age Homes

All of the children have been working so hard to create their Stone Age Homes. Having studied Palaeolithic, Mesolithic and Neolithic homes at school; children and parents helped to create some breathtaking houses over 3 weeks for homework. A huge success and fun to do too!

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Music in Y6

In our music lessons we have been listening to various songs and different styles of music. We have been learning about the tempo and dynamics of the songs and appraising the sounds we hear. This week we loved listening to the music of the Carpenters and after appraising their work we designed new…

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School Council Food Bank Donations

Members of our newly elected School Council were delighted to hand over school’s very generous harvest donations to Andrew from Egremont Food Bank today. Every item will go to support the most vulnerable in our local community and is a charity which we’re very proud to…

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Nursery story mask making

The Nursery children have been reading traditional stories. They have then been making story props such as puppets and masks to use to retell the stories. 
 

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