Mrs Morris thought she would get away without fuss but there was no way we could let her leave without showing how much we appreciate everything that she has done […]
Sensory circuits aim to facilitate sensory processing to help children regulate and organise their senses in order to achieve the ‘just right’ or optimum level of alertness required for effective […]
Looks at the impressive skills y5F have been using to create their artwork. Can you think what they might be creating ?
It was lovely to see our Student Council colleagues from across the academy. We were busy organising the House Treat in a few weeks time. Watch this space…
Today, the y5 children investigated the different parts of a flowering plant and their functions in the process known as pollination
Today we linked the outdoor explorers to the Jubilee – some children made a leaf bunting, others did the collages of the Queen and then they re-potted their sun flowers […]
What a wonderful end to our World War Two topic. For the first time in 2 years we were excited to invite our parents to join us for a singing […]
Yesterday, the Y5 children continued their geography learning by exploring rivers around the world using digital mapping
In our literacy lesson today, we acted out different sections from our class text – Wonder – to explore August’s feelings throughout his first day of school. This will help […]
After listening to Eleanor Rigby by The Beatles, Y6M discussed the concept of loneliness and the difference between being lonely and being alone. Take a look at some of the […]
Today the children in Y4G became graphic designers! Children used a free web app called Canva to design their own leaflets about the plague. I can’t wait to see the […]
This afternoon, we have been learning about printing. We used Polystyrene to create an image based on William Morris’ work. We then used rollers and ink to make prints in […]
We had a busy morning in Y6 cooking some WW2 recipes – cheese and potato dumplings, carrot cupcakes and apple crumble. The pupils worked well in their groups to follow […]
Y4A have used excellent resilience skills this afternoon on their pen and ink pieces. They continued to practice some skills in their sketchbook before starting their final piece.
Raksha Bandhan, also known as Rakhi, is a Hindu festival. This term Y4 are are learning about Hinduism and today in RE we learnt about the festival of Raksha Bandhan. […]
In Year 5 this week we have been looking at formulas on a spreadsheet. We have been trying to work out how to make the spreadsheet work out the missing […]
Today in Y4G we have been using drama to help create dialogue for our narrative linked to The Children Of Winter.
This term, we are studying the Victorian artist William Morris. We have been looking at some of his tapestries and using the, to create some of our own designs.