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  • Lest We Forget

    Published 08/11/19

    This week, Year 3 and 4 have been preparing for their Remembrance Day Service that will take place in the church on Tuesday.

    As well as making poppies, learning songs and practising our words, we have also been learning about Remembrance Day itself and why it is so important. We have taken time to reflect on how fortunate we are to live in a democratic, free society and thank the men and women of our armed services for the sacrifices they have made, and continue to make.

    Please come and join us in All Souls' Church at 1:30pm on Tuesday 12th November.

       

     

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  • The Hobbit

    Published 10/10/19

    Year 5 have been enjoying working around J.R.R. Tolkien's 'The Hobbit' this term and have produced some fantastic pieces of writing to do with the story. As an extra experience they, and all of Key Stage 2, were treated to a fantastic re-telling of the story by 'M and M Theatrical Productions'. All of the children were highly engaged in the workshop and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. The workshop was such a hit that we have looked into booking them again for another performance next year so watch this space! 

     

                        

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  • Build A Band

    Published 10/10/19

    This week, some children took part in a Build a Band Day at the Harvey Grammar School. The day saw children across the district that have been playing an instrument for over a year, come together as a band. All children taking part had an amazing day and made us all very proud. The day finished with a concert to parents.

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  • Harvest Festival

    Published 03/10/19

    On Tuesday 1st October, the new Worship Council led their first service in Church: our school Harvest Festival. It was well attended. Thank you all for the wonderful gifts to go to the Rainbow centre.

     

     

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  • Harvest Breakfast

    Published 03/10/19

    The children in Breakfast Club recently enjoyed a Harvest Breakfast.

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  • Super Stingrays!

    Published 27/09/19

    In Maths, we have been on a journey through Place Value, learning about variou​s different aspects of it, including partitioning numbers, rounding and counting in 10s, 100s and 1000s. To consolidate our learning, we have been diving deeper into our thinking and solving challenging problems. To help us with our Times Tables we have started using Times Tables Rock Stars, both at home and at school. We are all looking to gain Rock Star status by achieving a recall speed of under 1 second per question! Who will make it there first?

    In English, we have linked our writing to our topic, Scrumdiddlyumptious. We have already completed three pieces of writing, including a non-chronological report and a set of instructions. We are now writing a diary entry about Willy Wonka's famous Golden Ticket!   

    As part of the wider curriculum, we are learning how to play basketball in P.E and in Science we have been looking at the various different food groups and how to stay healthy. In Computing, we have looked at various ways to stay safe online and made posters to remind the school community how important it is to do so. We would encourage our parents to talk to us about this and perhaps we can give them a few ideas of how they too can stay safe online.  

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  • KS1 Team Games

    Published 26/09/19

    On Fridays, after school, some children in Key Stage One join together to play team games. They have been practising their social skills, learning to take turns and share. Sometimes they play games outside, other times they play board games inside.

    "It's OK not to win!"

    Year 1 pupil

     

     

     

    See Mrs Scott in the office if your child would like to join them.

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  • Marvellous Maths!

    Published 05/09/19

    Year 3 children have been busy sequencing numbers to 1000 and finding different ways to make 100. 

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  • Mummified Turtles!

    Published 05/09/19

    To immerse the Turtles into their Pharaohs Topic, they worked together to mummify a member of their group. They reused the paper to each mummify a toy.

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