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Year Group Pages

Our year group pages are where you’ll find the latest learning adventures from class.
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Celebration assembly

Celebration assembly

We have all been working hard on our celebration assembly. We are looking forward to sharing our work with you on Thursday (29th March) at 9.15am.

Open Phonics invite

Open Phonics invite

Early Years parents! You’re invited to Open Phonics, which happens every Monday morning.

Once you’ve dropped off your child, head round to the front office to sign in and come and join your child for their phonics lesson! We’d love to have you there, and so would your children!

Welcome back!

Welcome back!

On behalf of the year one team we would like to wish you all a very big welcome back! Year one have had an exciting start to our summer 1 term!

 

This term our topic is world kitchen and the children have already enjoyed exploring the artist Arcimboldo to create fruit face collages, enjoyed a fruit and vegetable tasting session, explored making healthy pizzas and created a graph to represent our favourite fruit and vegetables!

 

 

Celebration assembly

Celebration assembly

Just a reminder that year 1 Celebration assembly will be on Thursday 22nd March at 9:15am.

We are looking forward to seeing you there!

The Year 1 team

Celebration Assembly

Celebration Assembly

Year 2 Celebration assembly will be on Thursday 15th March at 9:15am.

We are looking forward to seeing you there.

The Year 2 team

World Book Day

World Book Day

Year 2 are really looking forward to World Book Day tomorrow. We are excited to learn more about Enid Blyton and read more of The Magic Faraway Tree. By dressing up as a character from Enid Blyton’s stories and donating 50p we will be supporting The Roald Dahl Marvellous Children’s Charity. We hope that everyone will bring in 50p to support this wonderful charity.

Well done year 3

Well done year 3

On behalf of the year 3 team, I wanted to say a big well done to all the children in year 3 for taking part in our celebration assembly. You should feel very proud of all your hard work and beautiful singing voices too!

Many thanks to all the Parents and Carers who were able to join us in the audience and spend time after the assembly talking with your children about their learning.

Well done,

Mrs Edwards and the year 3 team.

Celebration assembly!

Celebration assembly!

Year 3 Celebration assembly will be on Thursday 8th March at 9:15am.

We are looking forward to seeing you there.

The Year 3 team

 

Goldilocks rescheduled

Goldilocks rescheduled

So just to confirm, tonight’s Year Four production of Goldilocks & the Three Bears is not taking place. Instead we will be putting this fantastic play on at 9.15am tomorrow (Thurs) instead.

All tickets for tonight’s show will be valid for tomorrow’s. The children would really love your support if you can make it during the day! If your’e not able to make the new time, please give your ticket to someone who might be able to come. A full house is the aim!

Sewing

Sewing

This half term in Year 4 we have started our new art unit of sewing. The children have spent two sessions now learning how to thread the needle and the different stitches. Soon they will be creating their initials and decorating their fabric with a border of different stitches.

We are very impressed with the sewing ability of our Year 4 children and have seen some fantastic work so far!

Sports Awards

Sports Awards

Well done to our Sports award winners for this half term. They are: Fatima, Leo, Ben and Holly. 

Miss Willcocks and I are very proud of you.

Mrs Spenceley

Football Tournament

Football Tournament

On Thursday 8th March, the year 6 football team (Ben included) attended a football tournament at Crosshall primary school. Our players were: Yasmin, Freddie, Lilly, Charlie, Ricardo, Jake, Igor, David and Ben (plus Mrs Spenceley, Mr Sergeant and Mr Dean).

The first game we played was against Priory school. We played really well but we unfortunately conceded 2 goals. In the next game we drew, as Ricardo scored an awesome goal! The third game, which was against the home team of Crosshall, was the game when we were we created the most goals and we played amazingly. The coach of the team even came over to congratulate us! The fourth and final game was against Stukely and we …DREW! It was so close as Ricardo banged in an incredible goal but right at the end they scored. Then it was the end…

We came 5th place and Priory won 1st place. The best part of the day was at the last half on the last match, because we fought up until the last whistle blew and managed to maintain our draw.

Written by Yasmin

Football Tournament

Football Tournament

On Thursday 8th March, the year 6 football team (Ben included) attended a football tournament at Crosshall primary school. Our players were: Yasmin, Freddie, Lilly, Charlie, Ricardo, Jake, Igor, David and Ben (plus Mrs Spenceley, Mr Sergeant and Mr Dean).

The first game we played was against Priory school. We played really well but we unfortunately conceded 2 goals. In the next game we drew, as Ricardo scored an awesome goal! The third game, which was against the home team of Crosshall, was the game when we were we created the most goals and we played amazingly. The coach of the team even came over to congratulate us! The fourth and final game was against Stukely and we …DREW! It was so close as Ricardo banged in an incredible goal but right at the end they scored. Then it was the end…

We came 5th place and Priory won 1st place. The best part of the day was at the last half on the last match, because we fought up until the last whistle blew and managed to maintain our draw.

Written by Yasmin

Shakespeare goes to Hogwarts

Shakespeare goes to Hogwarts

Today in Year 6 to celebrate World Book Day, we have been looking into the language of legendary playwright William Shakespeare. We have used then re-written famous scenes from out class book – Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone in Shakespearean verse! Please have a look at some examples of these on your child’s Seesaw or even on the school Youtube channel!

 

 

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