COVID Fundraising for India

Posted by Mr Wright on 30/04/21 at 05:13 PM
Today we held a non-uniform day to raise funds for the Khalsa charity who are working with desperate families across India to find oxygen and provide health and welfare support. We have all been deeply troubled by the desperate…

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COVID Fundraising for India

Peripatetic Instrument Lessons Start

Posted by Mr Wright on 30/04/21 at 05:08 PM
This week saw the start of ukulele and brass peripatetic instrument lessons for those who signed up in Year 3 and Year 4. The children were all very excited and it was lovely to hear them starting out on their…

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Peripatetic Instrument Lessons Start

Cycling Proficiency Lessons 2021

Posted by sbrowne on 30/04/21 at 03:16 PM
25 children from years 5 and 6 took part in cycling proficiency this week. Everyone really enjoyed the training and the trainers were impressed at all the hard work the children put in.

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Cycling Proficiency Lessons 2021

Nursery go on a Spring Hunt in the park

Posted by sbrowne on 30/04/21 at 01:50 PM
The Nursery children were very excited today as we finally got to do an activity outside of the school grounds. We spent half an hour walking around the park looking for signs that it is Spring. The children really enjoyed…

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Nursery go on a Spring Hunt in the park

Maths in the Playground!

Posted by Miss Vanos on 29/04/21 at 09:07 PM
​On Tuesday, 2V took advantage of the beautiful weather and did their Maths lesson outside! They were split into teams of 3 and one at a time, a child had to ‘bunny hop’ to a container of addition/subtraction questions (some…

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Maths in the Playground!

BeeBots in 1B

Posted by Mrs Bradley on 29/04/21 at 08:22 AM
In their computing lessons this half term, Class 1B are using the BeeBots. They are learning how to program them and give them instructions so that they can move from one place to another. In their lesson this week, they…

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BeeBots in 1B

RB go shopping

Posted by Mrs Barry on 28/04/21 at 04:08 PM
​This term we have set up a supermarket in our outdoor role play area. The children have had great fun in exploring this new area with their friends. They have been taking turns to be the customer and cashier, where…

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RB go shopping

Origami in Year 4

Posted by Miss James on 26/04/21 at 09:55 PM
Year 4 have been getting to grips with Origami, creating dogs, fishes and other animals. They were then set with the task of writing a written explanation on how to create a piece of Origami.

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Origami in Year 4

How Does 5J’s Garden Grow?

Posted by Mr Johnston on 26/04/21 at 07:39 PM
​The answer is - scientifically! This week, 5J have been looking at plant reproduction. We investigated how flowers are pollinated and drew detailed diagrams of lilies to support our learning.

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How Does 5J’s Garden Grow?

Making Sandwiches in RL

Posted by Mrs Lonsdale on 25/04/21 at 08:15 PM
​This half term we have started our new topic mythical and magical which is going to be very exciting for the children with many exciting activities planned. The focus this week was Royalty. This week the children have made bunding…

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Making Sandwiches in RL

Balance bikes

Posted by Mrs Lonsdale on 25/04/21 at 08:09 PM
​The Reception children have enjoyed using the new addition to their outside area, balance bikes. Children have shown confidence using these and improved their balance as they move along with their feet raised and when changing direction.

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Balance bikes

3R are back!

Posted by Mrs Riley on 25/04/21 at 03:49 PM
What an amazing first week we have had back in school. The children have been extremely busy learning about all sorts if things. We have started our new topic; London and New York: Cities that never sleep and had a…

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3R are back!

Circuit explorations

Posted by Mrs Little on 24/04/21 at 02:14 PM
6KL really enjoyed their first session looking at ‘Electricity’. We spent some time exploring the electrical equipment and seeing whether we could make a variety of successful circuits. The children showed a huge amount of enthusiasm but also resilience as…

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Circuit explorations

2V are Busy Bees!

Posted by Miss Vanos on 23/04/21 at 04:34 PM
We have been back a week since Easter Break and 2V have gotten right back to work! Here are some of the things we have been up to: In English, we have been looking at non-fiction books. We are working…

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2V are Busy Bees!

RB’s Kingdom!

Posted by Mrs Barry on 23/04/21 at 03:34 PM
This term we are staring out mythical and magical topic and we have started learning about castles and who lives in them. The children helped to build a castle in the classroom which has been set up for a royal…

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RB’s Kingdom!

1S Fun in the Sun!

Posted by Miss Scott on 23/04/21 at 11:42 AM
The children in 1S have had a super week back at school. In Maths, we have been looking at numbers and doing lots of counting. Yesterday, the children took to the playground to have a go at creating their own…

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1S Fun in the Sun!

Counting in 1B

Posted by Mrs Bradley on 23/04/21 at 07:42 AM
​This week in Maths, Class 1B have been looking at numbers and number lines. Yesterday, they were given different numbers that they had to put in the correct order. Not all of the numbers were given, so they had to…

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Counting in 1B

The Midnight Fox

Posted by Mrs Little on 22/04/21 at 09:41 PM
In Year 6 English we have started exploring a new book called ‘The Midnight Fox’ by Betsy Byars. The book starts with a boy called Tom whose parents send him to a family farm for 2 months whilst they go…

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The Midnight Fox

Catch up tuition gets underway

Posted by Mr Wright on 22/04/21 at 04:06 PM
On Monday, two tutors, Ms Wagner and Ms Dunys joined us to start catch-up tuition for pupils in our school. Over this term more than 100 children will receive 15 hours of tuition to help with English or maths in…

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Catch up tuition gets underway

Growing….growing….NOT gone

Posted by sbrowne on 22/04/21 at 03:51 PM
Before the Easter Holiday the Nursery children planted some flower seeds and potatoes in our growing area. As it had been so dry over the break and no one had been here to water them, the children and staff were…

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Growing….growing….NOT gone

A successful visit from Dr Bike

Posted by sbrowne on 22/04/21 at 03:41 PM
We had a very successful visit today from Dr Bike who had come to carry out some basic maintenance on bikes from pupils and staff at our school. It was wonderful to see how many of our families are now…

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A successful visit from Dr Bike

Happy Easter

Posted by Mr Wright on 01/04/21 at 08:07 PM
This year, as we cannot gather in the church, Year 3 have recorded their Easter performance and so have the Reception children. We hope that you enjoy their acting, singing and narration. Happy Easter.

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Apprentice Stonemasons!

Posted by Mr Kearney on 01/04/21 at 02:03 PM
On Wednesday, 2K visited the stonemasons and restorers working on the fountain in St Paul’s Park. We learned about the history of the 130 year old fountain and looked at some really interesting pictures showing the fountain from throughout it’s…

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Apprentice Stonemasons!

Let’s Count Day 2021

Posted by Mr Kearney on 01/04/21 at 01:53 PM
​Across the school, different classes have been learning about the census, why it is important, and how it is used. We learnt that the census matters to all of us because the information it gives allows central and local government,…

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Let’s Count Day 2021
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