On Wednesday, class 3 held an amazing assembly in which they recalled some fantastic poetry. All of the children performed amazingly well and they should all be very proud of themselves.
Today in STEM club we made pasta using flour and water. It was great fun. To cook your pasta place in a pan of boiling water for 4 minutes and then enjoy. If your child turned the dough into a pizza base, just add toppings and bake! Please remember STEM clubbers to get an adult… Read more »
This morning we have been trying to increase our fluency with adding multiples of ten. This is massively important in improving our speed and accuracy in addition.
In Collective Worship this week we are learning about the story of The Creation (Genesis 1-2). We have been reflecting upon our amazing world and how we can look after it. A huge well done to Elsa, Adam and Hattie who worked together to plan and deliver a presentation all about plastic and what we… Read more »
Thank you to James and Taylor from Premier Sports for joining us at lunchtime today to teach us some Fencing and Archery skills. The children had a wonderful time. Our fencing club starts this week on Wednesday after school. Please see the circulated leaflet for more details regarding booking your child a place!
We have an exciting new club starting on Wednesday this week – see leaflet for full details!
A big thank you to Erika and her team for joining us at school today. We thoroughly enjoyed meeting the owls and learning all about them! To find out more visit www.niteowls.co.uk We look forward to seeing the pictures of the children holding the owl.
Accelerated Reader The intention in tomorrow’s workshop will be to focus on reading. We’ll be looking at accelerated reader and how the system works, why it is used and how you can access information to help support at home. I will also be able to show you and explain how books levels are chosen and… Read more »
We have been learning about different ways to pray through play. We thought about things that we would like to say please, sorry or thank you for in our amazing world. L
This morning we have been doing some problem solving in writing. For example, we had to write imagining the letter ‘y’ didn’t exist or writing with only an even number of words in each sentence. This was certainly a fun challenge that got us thinking!