Y5 Viking immersive day at Locke Park πŸ›‘πŸ—‘

Wow! What a fabulous day Y5 have had visiting the Viking Festival at Locke Park. The children fully immersed themselves into learning all about the Vikings. We explored Viking weapons, […]

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Jubilee Celebrations

We would like you to share in our Jubilee Celebration from the last week of term. It was amazing to see so many of you turn up to take part […]

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Y6 Eden Camp

What a wonderful day of immersing ourselves in the 1930s and 1940s! The curiosity our children showed, made for an amazing visit, where knowledge was deepened and extended.

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Y6M Reflect on Sir Nicholas Winton

After learning about the persecution of Jews during the 1930s in Germany, Y6M watched a short video about the life of Nicholas Winton and how he supported the Kinderstransport. A […]

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DT in Y6

Over the last few days we have been working hard to construct a WW2 Anderson shelter. We used creativity, problem solving, planning, and evaluation skills to create our finished product. […]

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Y6M ICT: Spreadsheets

Y6M made a great start to our spreadsheet learning. We created a table, before changing the font and creating borders. We then used a formula to calculate the total, and […]

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Y3 Trip to Magna

This week, Y3 have visited Magna to find out more about steel and its importance in our local area! We learned about how the 4 elements (water, air, fire and […]

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Y6M: The Women of Bletchley Park on International Women’s Day

Y6M spent this morning learning more about Bletchley Park. We built on our learning yesterday about Alan Turing and focused on the women who worked there, cracking codes to help […]

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Y4A prehistoric palette

Today in Y4A we looked at how Stone Age art was created. Following this, we made our own paints using natural resources and painted our clay Stone Age necklaces. The […]

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Year 3 History Sheffield Steel

In Y3L, we have been using our investigating skills to learn about an important figure in Sheffield Steel – Benjamin Huntsman. We used our critical thinking skills to interpret pictures […]

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Y6 Lindy Hop Dancing: WW2 Immersive Day

This afternoon we were transported to a 1940s dance where we learned some of the basic Lindy Hop moves. We loved the high-energy style of Lindy hop and it certainly […]

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Y6 1940s Playground Games: WW2 Immersive Day

A very busy breaktime this afternoon, where Y6 were transported to the 1940s to play popular games from the time. Thank goodness the hail cleared so it didn’t stop our […]

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Y6 Cooking: WW2 Immersive Day

We combined our rations today and created recipes that were popular during World War 2. Using Potato Pete’s recipe book we create potato and leek soup to be eaten with […]

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Y6M Green Screen and iMovie

This group of boys have worked extremely hard, using Green screen techniques as well as iMovie, to create an authentic looking 1940s-style Air Raid Precaution Video in ICT. Well done!

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Y6 Holocaust Memorial Day

Y6 came together to learn about Holocaust Memorial Day. As well as learning about the horrors of the Holocaust, we reflected on the diary of Anne Frank. Despite her short […]

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No technology day in Y6

In literacy, Y6 worked collaboratively to read and retrieve information from a range of different sources to develop their understanding of the Sheffield Blitz. They worked incredibly hard in their […]

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