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Homework Project…

Please remember that for your next homework project, imagine that you have been whisked back in time to Pre-historic Britain!  Think about what you may see there and who – or what! – you may come across. Did you have any Stone Age adventures during your trip? We’d like you to...
Posted On 23 Nov 2016
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Amazing archaeologist!

As part of our topic, Stone Age to Iron Age, and as a surprise, the whole of KS2 had a very special Skype call today…from Kev, a real life archaeologist! He knew so much about how we have gathered evidence about life so long ago, and explained to us what evidence they had...
Posted On 23 Nov 2016
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Christmas Fair

Check out our Christmas Fair poster for all of the details and activities on offer. For the children: Santa, a Christmas disco, child focused stalls and activities. For the adults: stalls, bar and refreshments. What’s not to like?  We need though: adult and...
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Spelling 

The spellings for this week are the sounds ‘wh’ and ‘ph’. 
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Next Week in Class 5

Next Week in Class 5 English Next week in English we will continue to read ‘Ug’ and use this book to inspire us in our writing. Reading Please remember to bring your yellow Reading Record into school so that we can fill it in after your guided reading session. Please...
Posted On 23 Nov 2016
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Homework Project

Just a reminder… For your next homework project, imagine that you have been whisked back in time to Pre-historic Britain!  Think about what you may see there and who – or what! – you may come across. Did you have any Stone Age adventures during your trip? We’d like you to...
Posted On 23 Nov 2016
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Smashing science 

In science this week we carried out an experiment involving chocolate teacakes. It was our challenge to design a skeleton out of paper and straws to protect a chocolate teacake which would be dropped from a height. We observed the teacakes after the drop to find which one...
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Skype an archaeologist!

Key Stage 2 had an exciting morning on Wednesday when Ms Campbell and Miss Platts organised for us to Skype an Archaeologist and learn all about their role and the Stone Age (our current topic)! It was exciting talking to Kev from DIG on the large screen in the hall! We realised...
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Growth Charts…

In science this week, Class 8 have been comparing existing and new growth charts to understand and describe changes of a baby’s weight.   
Posted On 23 Nov 2016
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National Railway Museum Trip

On Monday we had our fantastic trip to see all of the trains because our topic is ‘Journeys’, everyone did so well at walking all the way there and back, despite the rain! We loved the workshop of Punch and Judy and seeing the royal carriages and old trains. Thank you...
Posted On 23 Nov 2016
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Clay Faces

In Forest schools this week we have been searching the outdoor area for different natural objects to make faces in clay. Everyone was very inventive and used lots of different objects for the eyes, ears, mouth, nose and hair.          
Posted On 23 Nov 2016
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Archaeologist assembly

On Wednesday the whole of KS2 had a very special assembly. We had a Skype call from an archaeologist who works at Dig in York. He shared lots of Stone Age artefacts with us and explained what his job involves. We really enjoyed this assembly and learnt so much! 
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Now That’s What I Call A Super Skype!

On Wednesday morning, the whole of Key Stage 2 were fortunate enough to have a very special Skype conversation with a real life archeologist, who works at Dig in York. He spoke about his job with a clear focus on findings from Ancient Britain, to link with our current topic....
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Ancient Adjectives!

This week in English this week we have been learning to use adjectives in our writing. We have described characters in our class book (Ug) and artefacts from the Stone Age. 
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