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Oak-Tree Challenge Award Entries

Lots of children are enjoying completing their Oak Tree Challenge award. There is a bronze, silver and gold award and the children have to complete different challenges to complete each award. Even with the current difficulties and restrictions, the children have still been eager to take part and have shown…

Year 1 Remembrance Day Activities

For their Remembrance Day activities, Year 1 learned about the significance of the poppy and why we wear one. Firstly, they drew their own poppies and then used red, black and green tissue paper to decorate it. They looked fantastic when they were finished! Year 1 also learned about Remembrance…

Christmas Card Competition Winners

We were blown away by the response to the Christmas Card Competition this year! Thank you to every pupil who participated and sent in a card, there were so many great entries that it was very difficult for the judges to decide the winners. Congratulations to our winners: Florence, Noah-Hussain,…

Year 1 Noun And Adjective Hunt

Year 1 love SPaG, especially when they go outside for their learning! Pupils went on a ‘Noun Hunt’ in the large playground to identify examples of common nouns and then wrote and drew the examples they had found. They learned that nouns are names of things. A few days later,…

Christmas Card Online Exhibition

Welcome to the virtual Christmas Card Exhibition. It is lovely to see winter and Christmas themed images from the very youngest pupils in Lower Kindergarten to the eldest pupils in Year 11. As always the diversity of images, techniques and compositions is fantastic to see.

Reception’s Winter Bunny Masterpieces

Reception were very excited to spend an afternoon in the Art room with Mrs Parrott. They were making beautiful winter bunnies and used wax crayons and watercolour paint to form the fur. Pupils then stuck all the different body parts together in different ways to create their own unique piece…

Year 2’s Christingles

Year 2 have learnt about how Christians prepare for Christmas during Advent. They enjoyed creating their own Christingles and learnt about what the different parts represent. Each element of a Christingle has a special meaning: The orange represents the world The red ribbon (or tape) symbolises the love and blood…

Reception’s Gruffalo Display

The Reception children have worked hard to create a beautiful Winter display based on the story of the Gruffalo’s Child. For the background, the children all put wellie boots on and walked over the piece of paper with paint. They also independently created some beautiful snowflakes using pipe cleaners and…

Newsletter November 2020

Read our November Newsletter, filled with plenty of photos and information from our Black History Month activities, Remembrance Day activities, our science and art departments, and much more…

Year 5 Remembrance Day

“For Remembrance Day in Year 5, we participated in many activities including poetry, art work, a big write, and we also compared the times of World War Two with the times of the Coronavirus Pandemic. We also studied the poem ‘In Flanders Fields’ by Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae, each of…