Mothering Sunday Ready.

The children have been supporting each other to make our Mother’s day cards. Our Year 6s have done a wonderful job supporting our Foundation Children and developing their skills further. We are really sad about having to cancel our Afternoon Tea but we will rearrange this for the summer term and have a wonderful community […]

Y5/6 CSI Dig for Victory!

What an incredible morning we have had in Y5/6. Today I have been a suspect in a crime, stealing vegetables from 6B. I have had my shoes checked, finger prints, handwriting and had my measurements taken. Our children were incredible in solving the crime and gathering evidence. Look carefully at the evidence they gathered and […]

What to do in an air raid? Debate and drama

6B have been debating the best source of protection in an air raid today. Anderson shelter v Morrison Shelter. Children formed impressive arguments and counter arguments in a whole class debate. We then moved on to looking at what would happen if the children were at school and there was an air raid. We dramatically […]

Little Ships topic maths with Admiral Buttree

The Little Ships of Dunkirk were about 850 private boats that sailed from Ramsgate in England to Dunkirk in France in May/June 1940 as part of Operation Dynamo, helping to rescue more than 336,000 British and French soldiers trapped on the beaches at Dunkirk in WW2. Children have been set missions by Admiral Buttree to […]

Sports Hall Athletics Training Y1

Our oldest children were training our Year 1 children in the skills needed for Sports Hall Athletics. The children were exceptional and showed some incredible talent in a variety of activities. Our Year 6 children recorded their data and analysed their scores. Well done everyone.  

Mrs Greenwood cancels the Y5/6 Eden Camp Visit (not really)

Children are currently in uproar in Y5/6. Mrs Greenwood has sent a letter stating that she will be cancelling the visit to Eden Camp, due to the need to focus on SATs. Of course this isn’t true but the children are currently writing a formal letter of complaint to her and are driven by a […]

Special Mentions Assembly.

What a wonderful end to a busy week, we said goodbye to Greasbrough who are returning back to their school on Monday. We have really enjoyed having them and wish them lots of luck back at school. We have celebrated Maths passports, Hot Reads and children who deserved a special mentions including Ben, Noah, Maisie, […]

How does Light Travel 6B?

Our Children in Year 6 were discovering how light travels and were given various materials in order to make a periscope, The focus for today’s learning was to – recognise that light appears to travel in straight lines  use the idea that light travels in straight lines to explain that objects are seen because they […]

Exploring radius, diameter and circumference

Mrs Buttree’s maths group have been using their knowledge of circles to investigate the relationship between the radius and diameter. Some have started to discuss easier ways to work out the circumference  using π (Pi)