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Christmas Tree

Every year, our children decorate the tree. This year we had it in the dining room where all could see it and each day more and more decorations found their way on to its branches. We are always impressed at our children's creativity…

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Mountain Art

Indigo Class have been exploring a range of different styles and mediums in their art lessons. They have been combining this with their geography based learning about mountains (their Edmund Hillary writing and mountain poems are well…

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Seasonal decorations

Thank you to our brilliant staff who gave up their evening to decorate the school windows in a safe and socially distanced manner. Christmas is a special time for many reasons and it always feels very festive in school with decorations,…

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Children’s Ward Gifts

Every class at our school is involved in a community linked project this year. Not only do we feel there is a need for such community spirited action but we also know that this will help our children develop the life values that we hold…

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Anglo-Saxons

Indigo Class had a brilliant day travelling back in time with Woodmatters (https://www.woodmatters.org.uk/) to the Anglo-Saxon period. We spent all day outside to explore aspects of Anglo-Saxon life. We learned how the writing and…

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Outdoor Learning in Reception

As well as using our extensive school grounds, including the allotments, field and Wildlife Area, children in Red Class have their own outside area. This is used throughout the day as another learning environment and is a great place…

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Survival in Year 6

The children in Violet Class have been experiencing what life might have been like in the Stone Age with two visiting historians. These time travelling experiences took place in our Wildlife Area.  As well as learning about our past,…

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The Scarecrows’ Wedding

Yellow Class have been enjoying the Julia Donaldson book 'The Scarecrows Wedding' and have enjoyed their learning linked to it. Despite the current procedures that all schools have to follow, our children are still able to learn in a…

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Celtic Roundhouses

Year 3 have been learning about the Romans and looking at the impact of them on Britain. They have been comparing life as a Celt with that of a Roman and here they have made Celtic roundhouses. Our children continue to learn best when…

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Desert Island Postcards

Thank you for all the postcards including those physically handed in as well as those posted on Seesaw which you have written. These postcards, addressed to members of staff, describe a place and activities which children have enjoyed…

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