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School’s out for Christmas!🎄

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Journey Day ❤️ Exploring LOVE ❤️

Christmas Jumper Day!

The Big Draw Surrealism Masterpieces

Collective Worship Gifts

Thank you to the Mother’s Union. We are so grateful. 

Christmas Dinner Day! Key Stage Two came together today to enjoy a tasty, two course Christmas dinner. A wonderful time spent together!

Christmas Dinner Week- festive packed lunches today! Absolutely delicious. Thank you Cockshutt kitchen!

The Christmas Elves have been busy in Class 3 ✨✨✨

The Daily Mile becomes The Daily 26 Miles!

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Today (12.11.20), Jack Pickett is running a marathon on our daily mile running track. This is one of the seven marathons that he is completing this week. Jack is running to raise money for two important charities and it was great to go out this morning to show our support. What an inspiration he is to us all! Go Jack!!
Today, we did a practical experiment to recreate the digestion process. It was a great way to visualise each step and understand the role of each part in the digestive system. Lots of fun, lots of mess and most importantly.... lots of learning!

Our Interview with a Pianist

Our focus for The Big Draw this year was Surrealist food inspired by Dali’s Lobster Telephone. We used many different mediums and created some wonderful pieces, including a bunch of eggs, a corn on the cob paint roller, an apple butterfly, a strawberry balloon and a carrot bread knife. 

Work based around ‘The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse ‘- a story of friendship.

Terrific times tables! Today, this individual managed to successfully complete the ultimate multiplication and division challenge (144 questions) in just 4 minutes. We are so proud of you! Hard work and determination certainly pays off.

I really love seeing pupils feel inspired and continuing their learning at home as a result of what they have learnt in school. Well done to this superstar learner, what a wonderful working attitude she has. Excellent work on Salvador Dali. 💫

Studying the work of Dali this term- a famous surrealist artist. This week, we had a go at recreating one of his pieces using a pencil only.

Using the World Timeline to understand how vast the Stone Age period was.

Rugby with ‘Beyond Coaching’ - what fun!

Africa Fact Files

Goodbye and good luck in your new school. We will miss you!

Introducing our new ambassadors for Class 3. Exciting times ahead for these two!

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