Year 5 and Year 2 IT Buddies!

Year 2 were delighted to welcome some of Year 5 to their classroom. The Year 5 children came to teach the younger children how to code using Espresso Coding. They were such good, patient teachers that everyone in Year 2 managed to develop their coding skills. 

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Guest Blogger - Mr Knapper

I used to have the tapes of Roald Dahl and listen to them repeatedly until they didn't work anymore! I think the variety and the strength of the characters Dahl created were the real draw to his books. They always seemed a bit mischievous - whether it was Danny and his father or George and his…

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Poetry Slam 2019

Poetry Slam 2019 was great fun. We had a wide range of poems performed and every class including Reception were very good. everyone enjoyed it. Have a look at the videos. I'm sure you will enjoy the performances too.

 

 

 

 

 

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Guest Blogger - Brooke

Brooke loves to read creepy books that make her feel a bit goose bumpy! She really likes to read in quiet. peaceful places like the Crib at school.

Over to Brooke for her recommendation this week.

I have just finished Goth Girl and the fete worse than death and I thought is was…

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Guest Reading Blogger - Liya

Our guest Reading blogger this week is Liya. She loves to read in bed at night. She sometimes even gets in trouble for reading too late!

Over to her - 

I Love Tom Gates books because they are illustrated and there are doodles in the book as if a child has done it.

 One that I have read is…

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Book Recommendations - The Boy Who Flew by Fleur Hitchcock

Mrs McGowan here!

I read this book over two nights. It was so exciting that I could not put it down. Athan Wilde dreams of flight. When his friend, Mr Chen, is murdered, Athan must rescue the flying machine they were building together and stop it falling into the wrong hands. But keeping the…

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Year 2 helped a shipwrecked pirate.

Year 2 wrote some excellent replies after receiving a message in a bottle from a shipwrecked pirate. He asked them for advice.

 

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Sports Week 2019

A picture speaks a thousand words!

 

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D and T in Early Years

In Early Years we aim to provide our children with experiences that form the foundation for later work in DT. These early experiences include asking questions about how things work, investigating and using a variety of construction kits, materials, tools and products, developing making skills and…

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Drumming showcase

Year 3 Djembe Drummers in action! Year 3 showcased their drumming to the whole school. They were excellent.

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African Drumming Showcase

Our fabulous African Drumming teams from Year 2 and 3 performed for us this afternoon. They were absolutely brilliant and everyone left the hall feeling very happy and energised. A huge thank you to our Drumming teacher Leman.

Have a look at the video and I'm sure you will feel the…

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Picnic in the sunshine!

Year 3 had a lovely treat this lunchtime-a picnic on the grass. Linda made them all sandwiches and they had ice lollies too. They played games and had music to dance to. I bet they would love to do this every day.

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