DT challenge- how can you propel your Mars Rover forwards?

With a range of tools and equipment in front of them, and a challenging question as their task, the y5 children worked exceptionally hard all afternoon trialling and testing their […]

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Y6 – A visit from an opera singer ๐ŸŽถ

We were very lucky to have Emily, an opera singer, visit us during our music lesson today. Emily was able to give us expert advice on how to perform to […]

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Y6 Tourism Debate

In Y6 we have been debating the question, โ€˜Is tourism on the coast a good thing?โ€™. We have researched the impact of tourism on different places which helped us to […]

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Stonehenge Art

In art this afternoon, Y4โ€™s used different skills to create some lovely art pieces. The art carrousel included weaving, pastel work, using tissue paper to create texture, water colours and […]

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Y4A amazing art

This afternoon Y4A have done some art learning to link with the Winter Solstice as part of a history project. Take a look at their amazing outcomes.

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Mars Rovers

Our latest gone learning project was to design and make a prototype for a new Mars rover! This morning, we showcased these and offered some positive feedback to our friends […]

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Y5 converting decimals and fractions

Today, some y5 children used base 10 equipment to show to relationship between fractions and decimals and considered how they could convert between these.

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Exploring gravity in y5

Today, we have been exploring gravity and defining mass and weight through practical experimentation using scales and Newton meters. We learnt all about the pioneering work of Sir Isaac Newton […]

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Our Family Tree

In RHE, Y3F began our learning on healthy and respectful relationships by looking at families. We discussed our own families and identified how families can look very different from each […]

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