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Year 3 - RE

Year 3 have been learning about the Ten Commandments. We decided to go outside to act some of them out. 

Can you tell which ones?

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Posted by Caron Taylor on 16 October 2017

Category: Year 3


13th October 2017 ~ Reception

We have a had a very busy and fun time this week in Reception.  We have been learning all about our bodies and read the story 'Funnybones'.  In groups throughout the week we have re-enacted the story and dressed up in the funnybones, skeleton costumes. We loved the story as it had lots of…

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Posted by Nicky Richardson on 13 October 2017

Category: EYFS- Reception


Year 6 Science

Our science topic this term is Evolution. In class we have been looking at how the same animals can have different traits and why this might be.

Eva decided to take the investigation further by researching the topic at home. She has produced a very informative booklet about the different…

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Posted by Caron Taylor on 13 October 2017

Category: Year 6


Year 6 Art

In class we have been discussing camouflage in the animal kingdom and the reasons why it is beneficial to various species.

Lydia has produced  a beautiful piece of artwork reflecting this principal. I am sure you will agree! 

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Posted by Caron Taylor on 13 October 2017

Category: Year 6


How does a thermos flask work?

To understand how a thermos flask works we had a go at making our own! We learnt that the aluminium foil is like the reflective lining of the inner chamber of a flask and this prevents radiation, the heat is reflected back towards the liquid. The gap between the two bottles represents the vacuum…

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Posted by Gemma Smith on 12 October 2017

Category: Year 5


Angles

Year 6 have been learning about angles this week. Click here to discover their innovative way of remembering them!

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Posted by Caron Taylor on 6 October 2017

Category: Year 6


Visit to Blackpool Zoo

On Wednesday 4th October Year 1 went to Blackpool Zoo. We had a great day despite the chilly weather. We enjoyed spotting lots of differnet animals- tigers, giraffes, lions, elephants and monkeys. We particularly enjoyed the penguin and sea lion shows. We met Victoria in the zoo classroom who…

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Posted by Caron Taylor on 4 October 2017

Category: Year 1


29th September 2017 ~ Reception

Welcome to the Reception blog!

We have now been in school two full weeks and have settled in really well, learning about all the rules and routines.  We're getting really good at them now!  

At the start of the week the school nurse came in to talk to us about keeping ourselves clean…

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Posted by Nicky Richardson on 29 September 2017

Category: EYFS- Reception


Investigate which solids conduct heat

Can you see the dot on the head thermometer attached to the metal spoon? This time our experiment worked! We found out that the metal spoon conducts heat the most effectively. We recommended to the refreshment stall holder to use wooden or plastic spoons. However we decided that wooden spoons are…

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Posted by Gemma Smith on 28 September 2017

Category: Year 5


Investigate which solids conduct heat.

We had to plan an experiment which would test which spoons would be best for a refreshment stall holder to use to stir hot soup. We learnt lots from the experiment as it didn't work! We learnt that next time the mugs need to have a lid and the water needs to be much hotter so that we can see which…

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Posted by Gemma Smith on 28 September 2017

Category: Year 5


A Jewish place of worship

Year 4 have been learning aout the synagogue, a Jewish place of worship, they drew and labelled a plan of the synagogue and explained how each area is used. Brendan explained why Jews go to the synagogue and wrote his ideas in speech bubbles and thought bubbles. Ask other children in Year 4 what…

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Posted by Gemma Smith on 28 September 2017

Category: Year 4


Science - Temperature of Liquids

This week Year 5 have been investigating how the temperature of a liquid changes according to the environment that it is in. We used a data logger to take the temperature of a hot cup of tea and milk straight from the fridge. We found out that both liquids reached room temperature, interestingly…

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Posted by Gemma Smith on 20 September 2017

Category: Year 5