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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.

Class 1 are doing really well with their phonics and numbers this week and applying their learning in the classroom.  The children have made pretend calls to Police to investigate who stole the prizes…..hmmmmm, I wonder who it was?!

Class 2  have settled into Power Maths and are working really hard on their independence.

Class 3 have been building up to piece of writing which they have completed today.  There has been a big improvement and the children have all worked hard.

Class 4 bikeability has commenced and the children have shown good listening skills and following instructions with good feedback from instructors.

Class 1 have had a great week with much interest in birthdays, and they have found a particular interest in spotting toads and butterflies. 

Class 2 are particularly enjoying their PE lessons outside at the moment and their enthusiasm has been brilliant.  Well done! 

Class 3 have had an amazing day at the woods!  The weather was lovely and the outdoor learning opportunities were fantastic. 

Class 4 have been undertaking investigations outside and have been really engaged with their learning.

Overall, all classes have really enjoyed their outdoor learning this week – well done everyone for your eagerness to learn!

Easter Experience and work on crosses from around the world was a big success. The children were all engaged and gave valid and thoughtful responses. The children already had a good understanding of Easter and knew the Easter story and as such were able to explore it more deeply. The work on crosses from around the world helped to develop the children’s understanding of Christianity as a world religion.

Thanks to Mrs Dinwoodie for organising the work on Crosses from around the world.

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