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JAN
31
2017

Happy Chinese New Year

  This week in Nursery we have been learning about and celebrating Chinese New Year. We have been playing in our Chinese restaurant, developing our cutting skills whilst making lanterns, trying hard with our pen control by tracing over Chinese numbers, creating movements in
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JAN
31
2017

Capacity in year 6

  Over the last couple of weeks in maths, we have been learning about weight, length and mostly capacity. We have thoroughly enjoyed it, especially when we chose a variety of containers measuring and estimating the water inside it. Firstly Mrs Richardson and Mr Carter needed to
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JAN
31
2017

Space Explorers in Reception

  The children in Reception have spent the last few weeks immersed in many different activities linked to our Space topic, such as, making 2D shape rockets, writing post cards to Baby Bear on the moon, describing Alien’s Underpants, and we even went on a journey to the moon! We
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JAN
31
2017

Fantastic Fox Fun in year 4

    Wow, what a fantastic start to the Spring Term. We thoroughly enjoyed reading Fantastic Mr Fox by Roald Dahl and writing our own play scripts based on the story. To help us understand how to write stage directions for our own play scripts we first acted out a scene from
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JAN
31
2017

Year 2 and the Great Fire!

    The children in Oak and Holly classes are enjoying being back at school and have been working hard on our new topic, ‘The Great Fire of London.’ We began our topic by looking at the diary of Samuel Pepys and have been using drama to support our writing. We have also used a
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JAN
31
2017

Natural Names

  Happy New Year from everyone in Year 3! We have been talking about our resolutions and lots of us decided to work hard this year. Our teachers were pleased to hear this and set us a lovely computing challenge. We were learning to copy and paste pictures and crop them. Could we
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JAN
31
2017

WW2 breaks out in Year 5

  WW2 was declared in year 5 this term when we heard the radio announcement by Neville Chamberlain that the country was now at war. We prepared our classrooms for air raids by blacking out the windows and collecting buckets of water and sand then arranging the tables into a
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