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24Sep2021

Families The children in Nursery this week have enjoyed talking about themselves, their families and what their house looks like. We linked talking about families and houses to the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears. Together we have discussed size, using the vocabulary of ‘smaller, smaller,

24Sep2021

Over the last two weeks, in Year 4 we have been learning about sound and how we hear.  We started by looking at musical instruments and how we could feel them vibrate as we played, banged and hit them.  We looked at how soundwaves travel and how they look different depending on the volume and pit

24Sep2021

This week, Year Two have been working hard to compare, order and partition two-digit numbers. They used the comparison symbols (< > =) to decide whether a number was greater than, less than or equal to another number. The children learned a trick to help them with this – the crocodile eats the

24Sep2021

Over the last two weeks, we have been studying the history part of our topic thinking about World War Two. Before we began our learning about World War Two, we looked at the other history topics that have been studied in Key Stage 2. Then, the children placed these periods on a timeline; they enjoye

24Sep2021

This week in Reception we began our topic for the Autumn term – Marvellous Me. The children have been learning about self-portraits and exploring the concept that everyone is different and unique. They have used different forms of media to draw their own self-portraits using powder paint and oil pas

24Sep2021

Year One started their history topic this week. The children learnt that we learn about dinosaurs by investigating fossils. They discovered that fossils are made over millions of years when soil and rock is compacted onto animal skeletons. They even found out about a special kind of fossil called an

24Sep2021

During Art lessons this week in Year 5, we have been looking at construction and deconstruction, and how these can be used to create artwork. We discussed the different ways of ‘deconstructing’ something, including cutting, ripping, scratching and more! Then we got to have a go deconstructing differ

23Sep2021

As part of our PE lessons, this half term Year 3 will be learning about hockey. The children were very excited to get started, and they were fantastic during the lessons! Both classes have learnt to correctly hold a hockey stick and are beginning to show good control when moving with the ball. The c

Reading is of such fundamental importance to the progress of all children in school. In KS2, the children use two reading programs – Reading Plus and Accelerated Reader. the children work independently to read and take quizzes on books and extracts. Every fortnight, we look to see which classes have