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Class 1 are thoroughly enjoying their ‘helicopter’ story sessions. Children draw story maps as teacher scribes their story, great imaginations shone through in the children’s individual stories.

Class 2 are really enjoyed listening to and appraising a range of musical genres and identifying the pulse of the music.

Class 3 have had great engagement in Mathletics national challenge, completed at home, well done!

Class 4 children enjoyed practical science investigations on insulators and conductors. Lots of good discussion, questioning and teamwork.

Class 1 have been enjoying learning about Diwali making Diva lamps, exploring and making Rangoli patterns and constructing a Diwali den.

Class 2 have produced some very thoughtful work on Remembrance Day, including through writing poetry.

Class 3 undertook a science experiment on absorption.  Which went really well and was thoroughly enjoyed.

Class 4 went to the woods for first of their forest school trips this half-term.  They all participated in lots of activities, which commenced their journey of achieving the John Muir award.  Class 4 have also been learning how to read music by playing glockenspiels.

All pupils have taken part in, and have thoroughly enjoyed, the Afloat Project which has been very beneficial for their well-being and has given our children space to talk about current issues; pupils reflected on lockdown and what was good about the time.   The project is linked to our school vision, values and will continue as we focus on moving it forward. 

A huge thank you to Mrs Dinwoodie for her work and effort. 

On another note, Class 1 have been very inspired learning about different jobs – they have really enjoyed listening and watching a parent sharing their profession as a firefighter.  Thank you very much for giving us a great insight to what you do. 

On Wednesday 21st October we took part in a Pumpkin Carving Competition to raise money for extra school laptops. We were blown away by the effort and fun that our children (and parents) have had with their entries! Thank you so much everyone for taking the time and effort to take part, and for donating. Please see the videos - we hope you enjoy them as much as we did.

On Wednesday 21st October we took part in a Pumpkin Carving Competition to raise money for extra school laptops. We were blown away by the effort and fun that our children (and parents) have had with their entries! Thank you so much everyone for taking the time and effort to take part, and for donating. Please see the videos - we hope you enjoy them as much as we did.

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