Thank you to parents and families for joining their children at our first Sweaty Church event of the school year. It was wonderful to see so many families engaging in active learning and helping children overcome physical challenges. We had 45 children from Y1-5 volunteering to be more active and put their […]

Getting Active @ Sweaty Church

Our ‘All About Me’ enquiry has now begun to focus on some of the earliest people to live in Britain. Now that Class Sparkes know how we evolved, we have taken the opportunity to learn about Star Carr. Class Sparkes took part in an information hunt to discover what archaeologists excavated from this […]

What was it like to live in Britain during the ...

Hello, Firstly, I would like to once again thank all  parents who are supporting their children home learning. Numeracy- The past few weeks we have been looking at how to work out missing angles in; triangles, regular polygons, lines and quardrilateral shapes. Ask your child tp teach you how to work […]

Class Saunders Update

Congratulations to children and staff on being accredited with the Sainsbury’s School Games Gold award. This award is national recogntion of excellent use of Sports Premium Funding to enhance provision in school for curriculum PE and increasing opportunties for children to be physically active throughout the school day. The award […]

Sainsbury’s School Games Gold Award

Class Kipper are continuing to learn about what it means to be a good friend. We have been working together on projects, sharing resources and thinking carefully about how we behave towards our classmates and our teachers in school. The children are really working hard to take turns and to […]

How can we be a good friend?

Class Chancellor have been thinking about our bodies and the foods that we need to keep our bodies healthy. But, what were we going to do with all this information? Fortuntately, Miss Hughes had recruited some help from her friends so what we could put our knew knowledge to use… Miss Hughes’ email […]

Landing Our Enquiry – All About Me

Hello, A big thank you to the huge numbers of parents who came to see our Harvest Festival performance, your support is really valued and your positive feedback has been lovely to hear. The children thoroughly enjoyed the chance to share their songs with you and have completed a mini-enquiry […]

Harvest Update

Class Butterworth have continued to express a great deal of excitement about our ‘all about me’ enquiry. We have shared lots of wonderful examples of home learning and the children have been keen to share books and other items related to our enquiry.  We have learnt a great deal about […]

A Picture of Autumn

Hello, The title says it all – it is amazing just how quickly the first half term has gone by. Firstly, I would like to once again thank parents for your support with home learning and uniform. Both areas have been excellent over the last few weeks and I look forward to this […]

Class Riordan’s First Half Term

Andreae Blog
Hello! It has been a busy few weeks here in Class Andreae. We have been continuing with our familiar story writing and are currently preparing ourselves to write our own stories based on our Class story ‘Giraffes can’t Dance’. We had our very own Jungle Dance, mimed different African animals […]

All Steam Ahead in Class Andreae!

Snow Blog
Hello from Class Snow! I would like to begin by saying a big well done to all of the children who bring their PE kit to school every Tuesday. It is great to see the children being so organised and responsible. We are currently very busy preparing for our Harvest […]

What makes us human?

Beck Blog
In Class Beck, we have continued our enquiry linked to the over arching theme of ‘All About Me’. We completed our wondering and following this, we had a class discussion on which questions would be most suitable to enquire into. We considered which questions could be looked at individually during iTime and […]

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