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NOV
17
2017

Sport at Summercroft

A Team football report Last time the A team played on Tuesday 14th November we hosted Little Hallingbury. We unfortunately lost to Little Hallingbury 7-1. Mason scored the only goal for Summercroft. Now we’re at the bottom of the gold league but the squad’s trying harder every
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NOV
17
2017

E-safety

SnapChat have launched a new feature, Snap Maps, which allows users to see the exact location of their contacts. This feature allows others to accurately pinpoint where you are and even see if you are travelling or stationary. There are three possible privacy settings: Ghost
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NOV
17
2017

Countdown to Christmas

Afternoons in Year 2 in the run up to Christmas are always chock full of drama and singing, as the children rehearse for the Nativity. We’ve just started rehearsing using the stage (as seen in the photographs) and the children are enjoying learning the songs, dialogue and actions
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NOV
17
2017

Come Fly With Us

Over the last two weeks Year 1 have been travelling through and exploring different countries in Europe. We started off by flying to Paris, France. We had to make sure we had our passports and boarding passes ready for inspection by Officer Jess. After our flight to Franc
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NOV
17
2017

Year 6 Timeline

In Year 6 we have created our very own timeline of British history. Firstly, we split into two groups and each group tried to order all their time period cards (without dates!). After each group organised themselves into an ordered line, we were given the cards with dates so we
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NOV
17
2017

Year 3 go European!

Since half term, Year 3 have been learning about Europe. We have been learning about the countries and landmarks. Maps have been coloured and the children are wondering if we might be going somewhere exciting for a school trip! We were very lucky to have some dancing lessons with
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NOV
17
2017

Starry Night

To launch our Vincent Van Gogh focus in Year 5, we were all given a small piece of a famous painting to try to reproduce on a larger scale – easier said than done. We focused first on using white and black paint to change the shade of a colour – we then used those
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NOV
17
2017

Nursery Rhyme Week

This week Nursery have been enjoying Nursery Rhyme Week. We have been learning lots of rhymes and even learnt some actions to go with the songs! During our Child Initiated time we have been experiencing different activities linked to certain rhymes. We have been making our own
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NOV
17
2017

Election of Parent Governor

Iain Playle was the only nominee this time and has therefore been elected unopposed. Summercroft now has a full complement of 15 Governors who are representative of the community (4) or the staff (4) or the parents (6) and which includes the Headteacher as well. To achieve this
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NOV
17
2017

Somewhere for Stig to Live

Before half term we designed  a Stone Age house for Stig from either the Neolithic Period or the Mesolithic Period.  We focused on the shape of the dwelling and the materials that would have been available to use.  On our return after half term we made a scaled model of our
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