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Retrieving and Presenting…

On Wednesday morning, we learnt about The Secrets of Stonehenge . In pairs, the children retrieved and presented information about different sections to other children in the class.    
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Art

The children took part in a lovely art lesson where they painted a tree in four different colours to represent the seasons of the year.
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Science investigations

This half term, we are learning all about plants and what seeds need to grow successfully. Last week, we planted beans and we will be monitoring their growth by filling in diaries up until Christmas. We will also be planting cress seeds and investigating which ones grow the best...
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Skara Brae research

We’re reaching the end of the Stone Age in our current topic and will be moving on to the Bronze and Iron Ages soon!  This week, we’ve been using the chrome books to find out about the Neolithic village Skara Brae.  We’ll be writing persuasive leaflets...
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Diversity data

We’ve also been using Anti-Bullying Week as the inspiration for our maths work over the last few days.  We’ve been thinking about how differences can make us unique and have devised surveys to carry out with our class about our diverse lives, interests and favourite...
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Friendship role-play

As part of our work on friendship during Anti-Bullying Week, we carried out drama activities to show how friends should behave towards each other
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% Perfect percentages! %

Today in maths we have been exploring percentages, finding a range of different percentages from amounts of money. We found out how to calculate 50%, 10%, 25% etc, but also had the challenge to calculate more difficult percentages like 27%, 88% or 47.5%! Class 9 – what have...
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Funny bones

This week in science we looked at human and animal skeletons. We learnt the functions of a skeleton and then we played a game of ‘guess who the skeleton belongs to’.
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Dance festival performance

Children in Class 6 practised their dance festival routine in Key Stage 2 assembly this week. They will perform on Saturday at York University. We wish them lots of luck! The dance is really lively and fun to watch.
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Christmas Fair – The Nightmare Before Christmas!

The Nightmare Before Christmas – Friday 9th December The Christmas Fair is in a few weeks time with the title “The Nightmare Before Christmas” – There will be something for everyone to include: A Frighteningly Amazing Christmas Disco. Food, Bar, Stalls,...
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£100.80 raised

Bag2school Thank you once again for your bags donations. We raised £100.80 last week. This is always a great fundraiser and the next two collections are on: Friday March 31st 2017 Wednesday July 19th 2017 Press Esc or click anywhere to return to Mail.
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Outdoor Area

In our outdoor area this week we have made the most of the milder weather by using the water wall and toys. We have been thinking about capacity and counting how many scoops it takes to fill a cup. Some children even thought to water our lovely flowers.     
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