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Making history… literally!

This week, we have a wide range of activities to share with you in our blog. Year R have been getting stuck into The Gruffalo, Year 5/6 have been learning all about mass in their science lessons, Year 1/2 have been marvellous in their maths lessons and Year 1/2 have been making history in their art lessons – literally! Read on to find out more…

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Computer whizzes!

Our Year 3/4 children have become computer programmers! They have been writing algorithms to control their own smart home lighting system. “Alexa, can you turn the lights on please?”. Meanwhile, Year 1/2 have been exercising their maths brains with Mathletics, Year R have been studying autumn and Year 5/6 have been learning about the concept of creation in their RE lessons.

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Evacuation Day!

We have had a wonderful start back after our week off for the half term holiday. Year R have been very busy studying shapes, learning more about dinosaurs and have been exploring magnetism. Year 3/4 have continued to work on their text the “Firework Maker’s Daughter” and Year 1/2 have published their own books based on their text “Orion and the Dark”. And, as promised, we have some photos from the Year 5/6 Evacuation Day from the last day of last half term.

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Biathlon

We have had another great week, which kicked off with a fantastic biathlon event. Thankfully, the weather held out all day!

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Spring is in the air

We have made it to half term so next week you can all have a much deserved break from home-schooling. I know that all the busy mums, dads and carers will be thankful to be just that – rather than a teacher, too. Well done everyone for such a great effort for keeping it all going for 6 weeks!

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Digging, designing, cooking and capacity

What a great effort from everyone this week. It’s been a very practical week at home and in school, with cooking in our KS2 phases, park designing in Year 1/2 and pirate capacity in Year R. We also have some results from our Remote Learning Survey.

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