As part of our minibeast topic this half-term we were lucky enough to meet a giant millipede called ‘Creature’. One of our Reception parents, Mrs Yates, brought in her pet millipede and told us lots of interesting facts and information about Creature, explaining that it is called that because she does not know yet if… More
We had our own celebration in Reception to celebrate the wedding of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. We came to school dressed in our best clothes and we think you will agree that we look very smart! Throughout the day we completed a range of fun activities including dancing and waving flags to cheer the… More
Over the last two weeks, our tadpoles have gone through some more amazing changes. Some of the changes happened very rapidly overnight. Our tadpoles grew back legs first, then front legs and became little froglets. The very next day we came to school in the morning and noticed that some of them had already absorbed… More
Our tadpoles are absolutely thriving in their environment. They are enjoying eating lots of boiled, leafy lettuce which they munch on with their tiny teeth. We have recently observed them beginning to change as they have now grown back legs. Soon their gills will disappear and they will swim to the surface of the water… More
Now that the warmer weather has arrived we have been busy planting in our Nursery garden. This week the children have planted flowers, strawberries, potatoes and courgettes. We have also planted cress to take home and look after as part of our homework tasks. We will hopefully get to eat some egg and cress sandwiches!
This week the children started their SATs by completing the spelling, grammar and punctuation paper. Everyone dealt with the paper in a mature fashion and it was a calm and relaxed environment in both classes. Next week on Monday and Tuesday Year 2 will continue with these assessments and will be competing the two reading… More
Year 5 have been mastering their engineering skills down at the Port of Blyth building a working electrical racing car! The children also got to experience a range of STEM lessons to improve their understanding of how the car worked and build upon Science and Technology learning from the curriculum in a real life setting… More
The Summer Term is well under way and, with it, has come consistently decent weather over the last few weeks. Every day since we came back to school, we have been taking part in our ‘Daily Mile’ exercise. Rather than doing a mile each day, this term we are alternating our route and fitness push… More