School council

The School Council have had a very busy term. They have been working on projects linked to sustainability and the local community. Here is the most recent report on their recent successes. 

YR Week Ending 28.6.19

We have been very lucky to have real chicks in our school – the children have really enjoyed making predictions and observations, as well as giving them lots of cuddles!  It is lovely to hear the children talk about what they had seen on the YouTube live feed – thank…

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Year 3 Homework 24.06.19

Please find below this week’s homework: Maths: Practise 12 times table, maths passport target and complete maths sheet. Reading : Three times a week and recording your reading in your reading diary. Spellings: Learn words for Monday’s test.

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YR Week Ending 21.6.19

We had a very special delivery in YR on Monday morning… EGGS (in an incubator.) They prompted lots of discussion about different types of eggs and where eggs come from, which lead us to learn about the lifecycle of a hen.  There is an egg-citing week ahead as we all observe…

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Year 3 Homework 17/06/19

Please find below this week’s homework: Maths: Pratise maths passport and 11 times table. Reading: Complete reading comprehension and read x 3 a week and record in reading diaries. Spellings: learn words for Monday’s test.

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Year 4 Homework 17.06.19

Dear Parents/Carers, The homework for this week is as follows… ◦times tables (all and corresponding division facts) Why not try Times Tables Rock Stars? ◦Maths worksheet ◦English worksheet ◦Maths passport targets ◦Maths Whizz – user names stuck into reading diaries! ◦reading three times per week (and record in books) Why…

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YR Week Ending 14.6.19

YR are having a super week – they have really been impressing us and a few visitors, too! In Literacy, we have continued work on our Talk for Writing story ‘The Gingerbread Man’.  We have been putting ourselves in the shoes of the Gingerbread Man and writing about where we…

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