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Phases of the Moon

Year 5 have been learning about the phases of the Moon. They can explain why the Moon appears to change shape, ask them when you next see them. This activity helped them see each of the different phases. The lamp is the Sun, their head the Earth and the ball on the stick is the Moon. Look closely…

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Posted by Gemma Smith on 1 February 2018

Category: Year 5


Can you be creative too?

Esme used air drying clay to make a model of the solar system; it's amazing! Come and have a look at it and have a go yourself!

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Posted by Gemma Smith on 1 February 2018

Category: Year 5


Year 3 Gymnastics

Year 3 have been practising their gymnastics using the apparatus in the hall. Our focus was on different ways of travelling and balancing using different parts of our bodies.

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Posted by Caron Taylor on 29 January 2018

Category: Year 3


Chocolate Foam

Year 3 have been reading Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl and have been busy producing some art and craft work based on the description of the chocolate foam. We thought you might like to see our finished display.

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Posted by Caron Taylor on 29 January 2018

Category: Year 3


26th January 2018

This week in Reception we started by reading the story of The Gingerbread Man and sequencing pictures and retelling the story.  Then we read the story of The Runaway Chapati and were surprised how similar they were.  We then really enjoyed making and eating our own chapatis.

Mrs Culshaw & Mrs…

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Posted by Nicky Richardson on 26 January 2018

Category: EYFS- Reception


The Earth's moon

We used tennis and ping pong balls to learn about the movement of the moon relative to the Earth and Sun. We had to make sure that the same face of the moon was orbiting the Earth. Ask Year 5 what other facts they can remember about the moon!

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Posted by Gemma Smith on 24 January 2018

Category: Year 5


The solar system

We have been learning about The Solar System. We made up a mnemonic to remember the names and order of the planets. Can you make up your own mnemonic?

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Posted by Gemma Smith on 24 January 2018

Category: Year 5


12th January 2018

What a fantastic and busy week Reception have had.   The children had great fun making the pizzas and were brilliant at grating cheese and chopping the vegetables.  Thank you to all the parents who came and supported us – we hope you enjoyed watching our performance and eating the pizza.

Mrs…

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Posted by Nicky Richardson on 19 January 2018

Category: EYFS- Reception


Christmas Activities

We have been getting into to the festive spirit over the last couple of weeks and have been really creative! Our art topic is Kandinsky and we decided we would make our calendars in true Kandinsky style! We have also been carefully crafting our Christmas cards and, whilst they have taken some time…

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Posted by Caron Taylor on 21 December 2017

Category: Year 6


Visit to the Fire Station

On Wednesday 6th December Year 1 went to Wesham Fire Station. First we met Bob the firefighter and he let us all have a go on the fire engine.

The other firefighters showed us their tools and equipment including the jaws of life! The most exciting bit was when we could use the hose to try and…

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Posted by Caron Taylor on 17 December 2017

Category: Year 1


Advent Wreath

Year 6 really enjoyed learning about Advent and making an Advent Wreath. They showed great co-operation skills and their ICT learning helped them to use a search engine to cross check the accuracy and reliability of the information on two different websites so they could find out how each part…

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Posted by Gemma Smith on 23 November 2017

Category: Year 6


Scatter graphs

We have had lots of fun collecting data for our scatter graphs. We measured our height and asked each other our shoe size to see if the two are related. You can see that all the points representing height and shoe size lie approximately along a straight line. This shows that there is a…

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Posted by Gemma Smith on 16 November 2017

Category: Year 6