As part of our Easter fundraising, on Friday we sold Easter lego sets. Class 3 thoroughly enjoyed working as a team to complete the tricky sets.
Well done Class 3!
Our Easter Service
This afternoon we held our whole school Easter service in the playground. It was a wonderful, joyous service with each class contributing. We enjoying singing and sharing our experiences of Easter together.
A huge well done to our Easter hamper winner! And a huge…
Since returning to school in class one we have started reading Little Red Riding Hood. We have been enjoying reading the story and it is providing us with lots of inspiration to help with our writing!
Before coming back to school during lockdown we learned all about Lent in RE, now we are…
Commas in a list
We are learning how to use commas in a list.
We watched a very exciting video on golden eagles. Thought by the ancient Greeks and Romans to be messengers of the gods, golden eagles are large, powerful and majestic birds of prey. They are formidable hunters. They are able to…
Today, we learnt about Islam. Islam is a very important World Religious as 1.6 billion people around the world follow this religion. We learnt about what Muslims believe and the origin story behind Islam.
The Life Cycle of a Butterfly
This term, Class 3 are looking at explanation texts. Today, we began looking at the key features. If you haven't completed this lesson yet, click here to complete it.
Explanation texts include:
- Technical vocabulary
- Pictures or…
'A journey of a lifetime starts with the turning of a page.' - Rachel Anders
Why you should read books
- Books improve your brain
- Books improve imagination
- Books develop critical thinking
- Books reduce stress
- Books motivate you
- Books build self-esteem
- Book improve…
Christmas Dinner Day
KS2 thoroughly enjoyed their Christmas dinner today, thank you very to our amazing kitchen staff!!
Our Christingle Service
This afternoon we celebrated our rather unique (and very wet) Christingle service in the playground. The beautiful singing, excellent reading and smiley faces certainly brightened up a drizzly December afternoon!
Class 3 carefully followed step-by-step instructions to draw a picture of the Grinch! Aren't they fabulous?
Class 4's got talent!
This morning, we were wowed by the amount of talent in Class 4. We truly were treated to: sensational singing, dazzling dancing, perfect piano playing, crazy comedy and talented juggling, as very brave and determined class members put themselves centre stage.
Food through the Ages
Throughout our History topic, we have looked at home our experience of food has changed over the last 100 years, we have looked into changes in our tastes, in the availability of food, and how different factors have affected these!
We can confirm, food experiences have…