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OCT
12
2018

Mr Wolf and the Enormous Turnip

Reception were amazed to discover an enormous turnip growing in our school grounds. We tried to pull it up but it was too big, so we had to collaborate! We all joined hands and pulled and pulled until POP! Out came the ENORMOUS turnip! We took it back to the classroom and read
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OCT
12
2018

His Eyes Are Orange, His Tongue Is Black!

This week Nursery have been focusing on the well-loved story of ‘The Gruffalo’. Throughout the week we have been using the puppets to retell the story as well as having a Gruffalo tea party in the Gruffalo’s den. The children have also enjoyed making Gruffalo biscuits – selecting
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OCT
12
2018

MacMillan Coffee Morning

On Friday 28th September Year 6 held a MacMillan coffee morning for their parents. Many children baked a cake (or more) to give to the parents and teachers in the hope of receiving a generous donation. During this event we managed to raise a successful £488 plus Gift Aid. So the
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OCT
12
2018

Stig Silhouettes

This term in Year 4 we made Stig Silhouettes. First we cut out strips of coloured tissue paper. Then we stuck the strips down to make a sky background. We had a choice of a sunset sky or a dark midnight sky. Next we cut out templates and drew around them on black card. Finally we
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OCT
12
2018

The Rainbow Fish Adventures

Continuing on our topic of The Rainbow Fish, the children started off by designing their own character. We had The Fast Fish, The Fluffy Fish, The Wet Fish and many more! They then planned their own story before writing the beginning, middle and end. The children have been very
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OCT
12
2018

A Busy October

As we have entered the month of October, our English work has become appropriately more scary and suspenseful! We have been watching the creepy short film clip ‘Alma’, which has both left us on tenterhooks and given us great inspiration for our shared and independent writing as a
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OCT
12
2018

Dragons

Oak and Holly classes have been continuing with our exciting theme of ‘Dragons’ and have had great fun writing our own poems about using similes and rhyming pairs. In design technology and computing we have painted pictures of our dragons and designed dragon eyes through collages
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OCT
12
2018

The Chocolate Factory

No golden tickets required as the children were working in the chocolate factory not touring around with Willy Wonka! On Thursday, the hall was transformed into a mini factory which had all the KS2 classes feeling jealous due to the amazing chocolate smell wafting throughout the
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OCT
12
2018

Harvest Festival On Monday 22nd October Year 2—6 children will be taking part in our Harvest Festival at All Saints Church and we very much hope that you will be able to join us. The service will start at 14:00 but we would welcome some help in walking the children to the church.
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OCT
11
2018

MSA Job Vacancies at Summercroft

Please find below more information about the MSA job vacancies that we have at Summercroft.
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