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6th July 2018

Reception have had a fantastic time today!

This morning we made our own jam sandwiches and decorated a paw print biscuit and this afternoon we went across to the school field for our Teddy Bears Picnic.

We played games and had our picnic before returning to school.

Mrs Culshaw & Mrs…

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Posted by Nicky Richardson on 6 July 2018

Category: EYFS- Reception


Wider Ops Concert 2018

Year 5 held their music concert at the beginning of this half term to show parents their new musical skills.

Click on the links below to view their performances.

Wider Ops video 1

Wider Ops video 2

Wider Ops video 3

Wider Ops video 4

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Posted by Caron Taylor on 3 July 2018

Category: Year 5


Science Competition Carr Hill 2018

Twelve children from Year 6 attended Car Hill last Thursday to take part in a STEM competition against other local schools. Split into 3 teams their challenge was to design and build a rocket. Points were awarded for design, teamwork, resilience, cost efficiency and distance the rocket…

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Posted by Caron Taylor on 28 June 2018

Category: Year 6


18th May 2018

This week in Reception we have read the story of "The Very Busy Spider" and I was extremely impressed with some of the children's writing, retelling the story.  They are trying really hard to use their phonics when spelling words and to make sure their handwriting is neat and letters formed…

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Posted by Nicky Richardson on 18 May 2018

Category: EYFS- Reception


11th May 2018

This week we have been reading the book "The Bad Tempered Ladybird" by Eric Carle.  In maths we have been learning all about doubling numbers.  We have been finding doubles using dominoes, doubling with numicon and putting spots on ladybirds then wiriting the doubling number sentence.  Some…

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Posted by Nicky Richardson on 11 May 2018

Category: EYFS- Reception


4th May 2018

This week our book focus has been "The Very Hungry Caterpillar" by Eric Carle.  We have made some amazing pictures of caterpillars and looked at the life cycle of the caterpillar.  Our class caterpillars have grown very big and we are hoping that they will soon make their chrysalis.  The children…

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Posted by Nicky Richardson on 4 May 2018

Category: EYFS- Reception


27th April 2018

This week in Reception the children have had great fun learning about minibeasts using non-fiction books and the Internet.  We learnt some very interesting facts. 

Did you know that "ladybirds have 2 - 24 spots".

Later in the week we went on a minibeast hunt around the school grounds.  We…

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Posted by Nicky Richardson on 27 April 2018

Category: EYFS- Reception


20th April 2018

Although the weather was poor on Tuesday for our trip to Park View in Lytham, we did have a wonderful time.

When we arrived we went to the eco pod and had our milk and fruit with a safety talk. Then we walked through the wood to the story circle, where we moved the logs and searched for some…

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Posted by Nicky Richardson on 20 April 2018

Category: EYFS- Reception


Year 3 debate chocolate!

Year 3 were asked to write a discussion text.

As part of our work we had class debates and one such debate was 'whether we should or shouldn't eat chocoate?'.  It fitted in nicely with our ' Healthy Humans' topic.

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Posted by Caron Taylor on 20 April 2018

Category: Year 3


Stained Glass Windows

We have been designing our own stained glass window for our topic in RE! 

Im sure you'll agree that our results are beautiful!

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Posted by Caron Taylor on 19 April 2018

Category: Year 3


Yummy Chocolate Bars!

As part of our topic on Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory Year 3 have been designing their own chocolate bars! 

They came up with their own ideas based on what they had read. Im sure you'll be impressed with their results!

 

 

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Posted by Caron Taylor on 19 April 2018

Category: Year 3


23rd March 2018

We had a fabulous time on Wednesday on our spring walk to the woods.  The children enjoyed searching for signs of Spring and learnt lots of new vocabulary.  We saw daffodils, catkins, snowdrops,  crocus, buds, shoots and saw lots of birds starting to build their nests.  We are now just hoping the…

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Posted by Nicky Richardson on 23 March 2018

Category: EYFS- Reception