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Homework Project…

Thank you all for your wonderful research projects based on people who took part in the Second World War. For your next task, we’d like you to think about how people on the Home Front supported the war effort by growing their own food, salvaging waste or making do and mending...
Posted On 25 Jan 2017
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World War 2 Projects…

This week, we shared homework projects in groups and everyone found out a huge amount about some of the people who lived through the Second World War.  Thank you so much to everyone who shared memories, stories and artefacts belonging to family members.
Posted On 25 Jan 2017
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Air-Raid Shelter!

On Monday afternoon, an air-raid siren sounded in Class 8 and we all made our way in an orderly fashion to our magnificent newly constructed air-raid shelter.  Once inside, we discussed how people during World War 2 might have kept themselves occupied during air-raids and...
Posted On 25 Jan 2017
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May The Force Be With You…

On Wednesday afternoon, Class 8 learnt about the life and achievements of Sir Isaac Newton with a particular focus on his discovery of gravity. Each child produced an eye-catching poster to display their learning about this very famous scientist.
Posted On 25 Jan 2017
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Air-Raid Shelter!

On Monday afternoon, an air-raid siren sounded in Class 8 and we all made our way in an orderly fashion to our magnificent newly constructed air-raid shelter.  Once inside, we discussed how people during World War 2 might have kept themselves occupied during air-raids and...
Posted On 25 Jan 2017
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Sing along with Young Voices!

Our Singing Assembly on Tuesday gave us the opportunity to listen to the fantastic Young Voices choir who performed in Sheffield earlier this month.  We were all able to join in with the songs we knew and we displayed some excellent dance moves as well!
Posted On 25 Jan 2017
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Making a Splash!

We had our first swimming session on Monday afternoon and had chance to show off our strokes in our new groups.
Posted On 25 Jan 2017
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World War 2 Homework

We’ve had a wonderful time sharing homework projects this week and have found out a huge amount about some of the people who lived through the Second World War.  Thank you so much to everyone who shared memories, stories and artefacts belonging to family members.
Posted On 25 Jan 2017
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Rationing

This week we have been looking at rationing in our topic lessons. We had to work out if we could survive on ration coupons for our clothes based on the amount children were given during WW2. We discovered that the majority of us would have struggled to survive with very few...
Posted On 25 Jan 2017
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Force Finders

In science this week we searched the school for different forces. We also discussed friction and how this affects a moving object when forces are applied.
Posted On 25 Jan 2017
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Exploring the world by numbers and measurements!

On Wednesday aftnoon, class 9 had an exciting, thought-provoking and engaging maths session all about exploring the different possibilities numbers can describe around the world. Instead of being a question and finding the answer, it was flipped the other way around so we had a...
Posted On 25 Jan 2017
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Robins

Over the next few weeks the children will be creating a winter scene which includes a robin that they moulded this week out of clay.
Posted On 25 Jan 2017
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How long’s a piece of string?

In maths the children have been investigating the lengths of  different string using cubes and rulers to find out which one is the longest and which is the shortest.
Posted On 25 Jan 2017
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Next Week

We will be continuing our work on The Three Little Pigs next week, we will write speech bubbles for the characters and practise their words, can you retell the story at home? What does the big bad wolf say to the pigs.
Posted On 25 Jan 2017
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Homework

We have moved on to the tricky vowel digraphs this week. Can you have a go at practising ‘ee’ and ‘ai’ at home.
Posted On 25 Jan 2017
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Ice art

In Forest Schools on Tuesday we used ice cubes to see if they would melt in the cold weather outside. We mixed them with paint and watched the colours blend on big pieces of paper.      
Posted On 25 Jan 2017
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Chinese New Year

On Wednesday afternoon we learnt all about Chinese New Year and we practised our cutting skills by making Chinese dragons. We listened to some Chinese music and even made some Chinese dragon dancing.   
Posted On 25 Jan 2017
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Revisiting key skills

This week in maths the children have revisited key areas of their learning so far this year. They have worked in different groups to get to grips with some of the trickier maths concepts in years 3 and 4. Here they are working hard on Wednesday morning:
Posted On 25 Jan 2017
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Homework

Spellings this week will focus on the ‘oi’ sound in words, this will also include ‘oy’ for annoy. We have done some work on conjunctions in class this week, such as using because, or and but to make our sentences more interesting. Perhaps you could...
Posted On 25 Jan 2017
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Problem solving 

We practised our teamwork skills today by working in our ‘home’ groups to solve a length problem! We had lots of different pieces of string muddled up and it was our job to order them from smallest to biggest. We also had to use cubes, rulers and meter sticks to find...
Posted On 25 Jan 2017
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Letters from Lenny

This week we have continued to read The Lion and the Unicorn. We discovered the secret garden and then wrote letters back home to Lenny’s mother to describe what we had found.
Posted On 25 Jan 2017
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Table Tennis Tournament – 3rd Round Results

Shamin v Kian  9-11 13-11 10-12 Betsy v Lucas 9-11 12-14 Toby v Sophie 2-11 5-11 Alexander v Charlotte 6-11 8-11 Pujani v Felix 6-11 3-11 Oscar v George 7-11 11-9 1-11  Joseph C v Reuben 0-11 2-11
Posted On 25 Jan 2017
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