What a sport-centred day Class One have had!
In Collective Worship we talked about how our Christian value of the term, Compassion, was being shown by our donations to Sports Relief.
We then started moving with an obstacle course in the hall. The children showed great jumping, balancing and…
Class 2 Homework Hero
Class two have been thinking about why it is important to be different. Here are Renita's thoughts about why it is good to be different.
Class 2 Stop Motion Animation
Class 2 are currently learning about stop motion animation in their Junior Jam sessions. They have been taking lots of still photographs and putting them together to make short films of objects moving around the screen.
Watch this space, you might see the…
Homework Hero Class 2
This week Class 2 have been investigating the number 6. Look how many different ways Megan used to investigate the number!
Pupil blog by Beth and Ella
In Class 3 this week we have been learning about the River Nile, here is some of the information we have discovered…
Way back (3,500 years ago) the River Nile was the key to survival. It was so important to the ancient Egyptians because they…
In Science this week we made string telephones to explore how sound travels over a distance.
When one person talks into their cup, the cup vibrates. The sound energy of these vibrations passes along the string. The string is a solid, so the particles are very close…
Class One have enjoyed lots of numbers, shape, space and measure learning in the past few weeks.
Using ten frames has helped us to visualise and play with arrangements of numbers. What does 5 look like? It can be a 4 and a 1 or a 3 and a 2. The more we know and use the numbers and their…
Homework Hero Class 2
This week's homework involved looking at different materials, following on from our science learning this term. George H drew an amazing guitar. Look how many different materials he has shown that it is made from!
English - The Pied Piper
In English this term, we have been looking at the ballad 'The Pied Piper' by Robert Browning. The legend dates back to the Middle Ages, the earliest references describing a piper, dressed in multicoloured ("pied") clothing, who was a rat-catcher hired by the town to…
On Thursday morning, we were invited by Reverend Martin to take part in an 'Experience Church' workshop at St Ricrius Church. We walked up to the church and were greeted by some wonderful volunteers who had organised 5 activities/ stations for us. We thoroughly enjoyed our…
Mental health problems affect about 1 in 10 children and young people. They include depression, anxiety and conduct disorder, and are often a direct response to what is happening in their lives.
Alarmingly, however, 70% of children and young people who experience a mental…
Pupil blog by Kara and Millie P
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