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Pre-School have been learning about the Hindu festival of Diwali. We have made our own Rangoli patterns which are colourful designs used as a form of wall and art decoration in India. They are a huge part of Diwali celebrations and are used to welcome Goddess Lakshmi into people’s homes. We have also explored different […]
Year 1 have been learning in our outdoor classroom and starting our new project – gardening! We loved clearing out our wild-garden area by sweeping up leaves and removing the unwanted plants. We have also been learning about feeding the birds – we now have our own bird feeders and will also be making some […]
Today, we have been learning about Remembrance Day and the bravery of all those who lost their lives while fighting for our country. Our assembly prompted class discussions about the importance of Remembrance Day and the sacrifices that were made, we paused for the 2 minute silence and our youngest children made poppies to wear
Thank you so much to the National Literacy Trust who have donated £2,000 of amazing books for children in all year groups to enjoy, as part of the Young Readers Project. We love that feeling of opening a new book and beginning our next adventure!
We love our weekly African drumming lessons! All children in Year 3 and Year 4 are learning to play and so far we have discovered that the drums have lots of different sounds, depending on how we use our hands and where we tap the drums – we are also learning that rhythm is the […]
This furry supporter of our school community is taking time out from his Halloween preparations to get his claws into technology and check children’s online holiday learning – he told us that the amount of effort children have put in is purrrrrfect!
No tricks for us…just treats! We could sense the excitement this morning as children (and staff!) arrived for our Halloween Story and Dress-Up Day – a whole day of activities based around reading and spooky story-telling to raise money for more books…what a frightfully fantastic day – so much fun!
Our NHS heroes are never far from all of our thoughts at the moment and even our youngest children have been inspired to find out more so we have been learning all about people who help us and how to look after ourselves and each other – we love learning through role play!
In October and November, we always celebrate the diversity of our wonderful school and wider community and this year is no exception! Our learning is focused on thinking about and valuing all the ways in which we are different from everyone else, from the way we look to the way we think to the places […]