Monthly Archives: February 2014

Why I like my school…

In our school, we have loads of fun things to play with at break time, such as cricket sets. We also have school council. Our lessons are loads of fun, we’ve been learning about Amazon dream catchers, we’ve made our … Continue reading

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Well done to year 2 for their assembly this week…

The whole school enjoyed Classes 7,8 and 9 assembly this week.We learnt lots about Florence Nightingale, who was played by our Year 2 blog rep Botirimi! All the children worked hard to learn their parts and all the words to … Continue reading

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This week in year 5…

We have had an exciting week with a new addition to our class. We hope our new classmate will settle in quickly. Mr Sidebottom made us laugh in RE when he put on a silly accent. We have been learning … Continue reading

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Time travelling with Year 3

In Year 3, we have been learning about Boudicca, who lived a long time ago, around AD 60. She was the Queen of a celtic tribe who fought against the Roman empire. In Maths, we are learning about graphs and … Continue reading

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We’re all poets…and we know it!

Year 2 have written some fantastic poetry about stars and learning how to use similies. Let us know what you think by posting a comment below. What is a star? by Year 2 A star is like a shiny gold … Continue reading

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Our Tuesday treat!

We are really enjoying listening to stories read to us by our reading ambassador, Faizah. Recently, she read ‘All in One Piece’ by Jill Murphy which we thought was very funny. We have read other stories about the Large family … Continue reading

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Have you seen our school magazine yet?

Every week after school, a group of children attend a school magazine club. We work hard in the ICT suite, creating pages of puzzles, competitions, stories, news articles and more. We have great fun together and are looking forward to … Continue reading

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What’s your favourite traditional tale and why?

Year 1 have been reading traditional tales such as Little Red Riding Hood, Goldilocks and the 3 Bears, Hansel and Gretel and Jack and the Beanstalk. We have been comparing the characters, events and settings of each tale. Today, year … Continue reading

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