Wonderful World Book Day!

On World Book Day, Nursery had the very important job of starting off the whole school story, using mystery objects as prompts. Mrs Lilley brought in an old watering can, which contained a very unusual sticky, glittery liquid. The nursery children described  the watering can, setting the scene for the story. We then spent a…Continue Reading

Year 3’s World Book Day 2020

In Year 3, we joined in the celebrations for World Book Day by all bringing along our favourite book to school for the day. There was a great selection of both fiction and non-fiction to look at and read. We began the day with a speed-game where the children had to take turns talking about…Continue Reading

Engineering Club – Week 5

This week, we added the front axle, spacers and wheels. Axles had to be measured accurately and the wheels had to be hammered on firmly. The spacers will add more control to the vehicle. We are ready to add the rear axle pulley, wheels and spacers next week before adding the gearing axle holder.  Continue Reading

Crazy Creatures

This half term, as part of our science topic on Living Things, we were lucky enough to be visited by Crazy Creatures. The children loved the opportunity to be up close and personal with such weird and wonderful creatures and have a hands on experience.Continue Reading

Happy New Year!

It’s the year of the rat!  We had a great time celebrating Chinese New Year in Reception Class.  We used the computer, I pads and books to research how this festival is celebrated around the world.  We wrote messages of good luck and made sparkly Chinese lanterns.  We enjoyed trying to write in Chinese on…Continue Reading

Have you got enough?

We enjoyed playing shops this week.  We are learning to recognise coins, pay with pennies and give change.  Article 29 Your education should help you use and develop your talents and abilities. It should also help you learn to live peacefully, protect the environment and respect other people.Continue Reading