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Prickly Hay!

Well done to all of our Key Stage 1 children for a super Nativity play! The whole school was treated to a performance today and we can’t wait to share the video with our parents and carers next week – it’s in video the production stage as I write this! Also, this week Year 5/6 have been writing an unseen scene for the poem The Highwayman, Year 3/4 have been building Roman aqueducts and Year R have been getting ready for Christmas. Only 15 more sleeps!

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Back to the Iron Age

This week, read about Year 3/4’s historical cooking, how Year 1/2 have made their own dragons, Year 5/6’s successful rugby festival and how Year R have been learning to measure. We also held our harvest festival online with Reverend Graeme – well done to Year 2 for their thoughtful prayers! A fun week for all to end the half term!

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Who’s been eating my porridge?

Year R have continued in their adventure into traditional tales, learning about the story of Goldilocks and the three bears, whilst elsewhere there’s been lots of life-saving, including Year 3/4 who have been saving teacakes!

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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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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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