Year 3 Assembly

Thanks to all the parents and carers who managed to come into school to share all of our learning. The children performed brilliantly! We know how tricky it can be to find time to come into school, especially with work commitments.

Making Pizza

Recently in Reception we have been reading ‘The Little Red Hen’ and as part of this we made bread. We loved the bread baking so much that when we read ‘The Little Red Hen Makes a Pizza’, we had to make some pizza too! Firstly, we followed our bread recipe from last week to make… More

A New Year and New Friends

Everyone in Nursery has been delighted at how well our new January starters have settled in and been welcomed by our established children. We have been having lots of fun in our new indoor water tray, taking part in daily ‘dough disco’ sessions and making pizza.  

Our Ancient Greek topic is in full swing and the children have thoroughly enjoyed learning about this, from the Olympics to the Ancient Greek Gods and Goddesses. There have been so many lovely opportunities for art work and the children had a lot of fun designing their own scratch art Greek vases! Last week, 9… More

The Digestive System

In Year 4 we have been learning about the digestive system and really enjoyed representing each part of the system in this unusual way!  

Geography Homework

Thank you so much to the pupils in Year 4 who put so much effort into their geography homework!  

Whatever Next!

The children went on a lovely walk in the school grounds to find clues for the next story we will read.  What strange items we found hanging in the Woodland Walk! Whatever could they be for? We made a list of everything we found to discuss when we went back to class. The children discovered… More

Computing – Space Presentations

In computing sessions this half term, we have been creating PowerPoint presentations based on what we have been learning about space and our sun in particular. We have been researching what makes our solar system so special and how the earth relies on the sun in order for life to exist by using books from… More

Clay Sculptures Based on Joan Miro

This half term we have been studying the surrealist artist Joan Miro. Miro was a Spanish painter, sculptor and potter who was born in Barcelona in 1893. A lot of Miro’s artwork involved him warping real life objects by changing their size, shape or by putting them in unusual places. Using these ideas as inspiration,… More