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  • Friday 11 September 2020 Very Busy Bees Busy Bees have had a lovely start in Reception. This week they have enjoyed using hula hoops, footballs, balance beams and, a favourite for most of the children, the walking cups. The walking cups shows them having to persevere and gain confidence to balance and walk at the same time. Well done Busy Bees 🐝
  • Friday 11 September 2020 Newsletter 11th September 2020
  • Friday 11 September 2020 Messy Baking Dragonflies have enjoyed making cakes with cornflour, what a great messy time! They enjoyed experiencing the different aspects of baking from mixing to pouring and finally seeing the creations they made.
  • Friday 11 September 2020 Year 4 get Hearty This week Year Four were excited to learn about all things heart-related!
  • Friday 11 September 2020 Reversible Scientists This week Year Six have been enjoying exploring reversible and irreversible changes in science.
  • Friday 11 September 2020 Super Proud Lions Year Six have made an incredible start to their year ! We are so impressed with their hard work and positive attitudes. It already feels like we have been back for months! Here are the Proud Lions enjoying their Jigsaw lesson.
  • Friday 11 September 2020 New Friends Share New Things This week the 2 year old children in Ladybirds loved exploring and learning alongside their new friends. They have developed lots of new skills and are finding that sharing the resources makes it that much more fun.
  • Monday 7 September 2020 Maeve News! Maeve the School Dog had her first day back in school today. She met a few of the children and it was all terribly exciting for her. When she got home she was exhausted. She is very much looking forward to seeing everyone again on Monday.
  • Monday 7 September 2020 Proud Lions! Proud Lions in Year 6 return to class with an exciting, friendly little maths assessment.
  • Monday 7 September 2020 Speaking Fruit? What Next! Year 2 have been learning the story of The Papaya That Spoke. On Wow Day they tasted Papaya then made muffins using these. They also created story boxes and puppets to retell the story.
  • Monday 7 September 2020 Exciting First Week Back! Dragonflies have enjoyed making new friends and trying lots of different activities. They have had a great first week
  • Monday 7 September 2020 Newsletter 4th September 2020
  • Friday 17 July 2020 Maeve is growing up! Not only is Maeve growing quickly but she has also started her puppy training. Her trainer says she is a 'good girl' and she is 'on track'. This is super exciting if she is going to be allowed to come to school! Maeve particularly likes walking around school getting to know the sights, sounds and smells (even though she has not been allowed to meet the children yet). I will keep you all updated with her growth and progress over the summer via your Google Classrooms. So, keep an eye out for 'Maeve Updates'.
  • Friday 17 July 2020 Year 6 Leavers Special Thursday 16th July 2020 was the day we said goodbye to our Year 6 children. We had a brilliant week: preparing decorations and planning performances for the Leavers Assembly; writing, drawing and making items to put into a 2020 time-capsule; toasting marshmallows and playing games (The Pirate Game was a big hit!). 
  • Friday 17 July 2020 Dragonflies say, "Hi" Despite the current situation, all of our classes managed to meet up virtually for the end of the year. They held virtual meetings to enable the children to remember the good times, share the funny times and discover who their new teacher will be in September. Miss Wood took this picture of Dragonflies as she reminisced about the great times they have all had together. It was a great way to share some happy memories.
  • Friday 17 July 2020 The Key in Year 5 This week, Year 5 were very excited to be back in class. They are studying a new piece of text called The Key. The group had lots of fun using drama to fully understand the work.
  • Friday 17 July 2020 Smart Snakes getting sporty...... This week the whole school took on Miss Bayes’ Sports Day challenges. Here's Smart Snakes. They loved each activity and worked really hard. The highlight has got to be Riley’s speed in the balancing book challenge. Great job!
  • Friday 17 July 2020 Newsletter 17th July 2020
  • Monday 6 July 2020 Busy Bees This week the children have been learning a new story ‘Handa’s Surprise’ and they are really enjoying it after a couple of days in Busy Bees.
  • Monday 6 July 2020 Terrific Tigers As part of Forest School this week Busy Bees have gathered some natural materials to design and make a flower crown. Super effort everyone!
  • Monday 6 July 2020 Science Week in the Key Worker Group The Key Worker Group have been doing science experiments this week. On Monday he children looked at different ways to get objects out of ice without damaging the object. On Tuesday they made rainbow patterns using skittles and coffee filter paper. On Wednesday they looked at storm in a glass and tried to make lava lamps. On Thursday, everyone looked at (and tasted - eurgh!) how acid and alkaline mix with oranges and bicarbonate of soda. The children conducted the mints and soda experiment on Thursday afternoon.
  • Monday 6 July 2020 Super Speedy Singing! This week in Year Two Mrs Evalina challenged the children to sing ‘A Ram Sam Sam’ which is an Arabic song, sung in Moroccan dialect.
  • Monday 6 July 2020 Amazing Mathletics Brilliant work to our Gold Certificate winners Saif, Aleksandra and Filip.
  • Monday 6 July 2020 Year Two’s Wonderful Writers! This week Year Two were given the task of writing newspaper reports all about 'The Pied Piper'. The children reported on every detail and even offered rewards for the ‘Musical Man’s’ capture.
  • Monday 6 July 2020 London Project in Reception Reception have been learning the story of 'The Queen's Hat' and finding out about famous landmarks in London. Their home learning challenge was to build their own London landmark. I think you'll agree that there is some outstanding creativity here! Next week, the children will be using the models to make a 3-D map of London so they can have a 'virtual tour' of the capital. We can't wait to show you the pictures!
  • Monday 6 July 2020 Reception Kandinsky Style The Reception bubble have been looking at the work of the artist Kandinsky . They then had a go at chalking and painting in his style. Super effort everyone!
  • Friday 3 July 2020 Newsletter 3rd July 2020
  • Monday 29 June 2020 DRET History Challenge
  • Monday 29 June 2020 Dret Art Challenge
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