Merci beaucoup à tout le monde! Ce matin, votre petit déjeuner était fantastique! Thank you so much to everyone who came this morning, our French Breakfast was a fantastic success; […]
This week in numeracy we have been learning how to measure liquids. First we learnt that liquids are measured in ml. Then we found out how much water different kinds […]
On Tuesday the 4th of June the Y4 Children were given the opportunity to take part in a workshop provided by Hurst, the building contractors. The children were set the […]
This week in Literacy, Y4G have been writing letters to persuade parents to join us for our French Breakfast Morning, which will be taking place after Half Term. Here are […]
On Tuesday 27th November we had the grand opening of our new bike shelters. The whole school gathered whilst Mrs Fearnley, Natalie Whelan (or Bike It Officer) and our Bike […]
We have had two very successful Bike It breakfasts and Dr Bike surgery’s. Children who cycled to school on those days had a lovely breakfast of yoghurt, fruit, croissants and juice. During […]
Our Bike It crew took part in a puncture repair workshop. They are now able to find punctures and repair them. So, if you ever have a puncture you know […]
We have been selected by Sustrans to be a Bike It school. The aim of this project is to encourage children and parents to cycle to school at least once […]
The Bike It crew regularly meet to discuss Bike It news, organise competitions and arrange event days. They do a weekly bike count which is entered into the Bike It […]
As a school we recognise and pride ourselves in identifying children who are gifted and talented in various areas of the curriculum. In Year 4 we have a group of […]
The Woodles An exciting project to improve writing through the use of animation. A group of talented authors were put together to create stories for younger children based on woodland […]
Year 6 have been enjoying some popular songs from the war. We have learnt ‘Kiss me Goodnight Sergeant Major’ and ‘Quarter Master’s Store’ to name just a few. We also […]
Mr Taylor has been helping us develop our observational drawing. This week we observed real life models and considered scale whilst sketching. Were are very proud of our outcomes.
We used the images of Paddington Station from ‘Carrie’s War’ to write our story settings. All along the crowded platform parents and children were miserably crying as they were being […]
In Literacy this term we have enjoyed using ‘Goodnight Mister Tom’ as a stimulus for our writing. Below are a couple of our descriptions of the main characters. William Beech […]
Y4 visit to Jorvik – Friday 1st March The year 4’s had a fabulous day out stepping back in time to the Viking age exploring and discovering their way […]
Our focus in art has been tone. We used 2B sketching pencils and pen and ink to produce observational drawing of WWII gas masks.
We have been interpreting circuit diagrams in our science.
We have been busy drawing up plans for a WWII victory garden which we will help build in our school grounds. Our garden will include an air raid shelter, a […]