Please look carefully at your child’s knowledge organiser and topic web for this term, how can you support and develop their deeper understanding, knowledge and skills?
Today we celebrated our attendance winners. We are so proud of all of the children. Especially achieving 100% under such difficult circumstances. Well done to all our dinners.
Today we have awarded a Hilary Ford Reading Champion from every class. A child that reads consistently and has made excellent progress this term. We are so proud of you all.
Please enjoy our last Newsletter of 2021, thank you for all your support this year and we hope the children have the most wonderful Christmas and New Year, we really have had the most wonderful term.
The children have had the most wonderful morning meeting their Spanish friends A huge thank you to our Spanish friends in CEIP Los Albares
A huge thank you to our Spanish friends in CEIP Los Albares https://sites.google.com/ceiplosalbares.com/ceiplosalbares/p%C3%A1gina-principal We loved receiving your letters and I know our children enjoyed writing them. It was so wonderful to see the smiles on their faces when they met today during a virtual meeting. We can’t wait to continue our friendship in the new […]
This year’s production of Sleeping Beauty was a huge success even virtually. We are so proud of all the children involved and we hope next year we have even more children coming to auditions. This year, we were able to cast 6 of the same character giving a lot more children the opportunity to get […]
This Year the children have been involved in Strictly come dancing which has been phenomenal. Each class has worked together as a team to learn a class dance choosing a particular style of Dance. We have had the Jive, Salsa, Street Dance and so much more. Including a family can-can. We loved every second. Please […]
Using our Science learning and our lighthouses, we looked at using Tinkercad to create different circuits which could power our futuristic lighthouses. We learned how to add different components and how to run different simulations to see if circuits would work. We even learned about overloading circuits. The children had interesting discussions about how these […]
5/6H looked at the use of coordinates and carried out some outdoor learning by moving to different coordinate points. We then played different games of coordinate battleships.
Today we held our Christingle Service, thank you to all of our Teachers and children for sharing your contributions and allowing us to continue our service in a beautiful way. We were given the meaning and history of the Christingle interspersed by some beautiful singing. We hope you enjoy watching. Y5/6H Information and Prayers […]
So proud of Alfie Jack achieving highly in his reading. Moving onto brown level this week. I know he is really proud of his achievement and we wanted to share this with the world.
Mrs Foster and 3/5P used finger painting to create some beautiful cards to share with their family. Here is a sneak peek.
We have had a big focus on sketching and pen work this term and it really shows in 6Bs Christingle designs. We have shied away from colour and gone down the black and white route. Children carefully chose patterns to show light and dark and show off this terms skills.
Mrs Foster and Mrs Dowell let the way with our party season. Playing lots of party games, mindfulness colouring and just enjoying being together.
This morning, 5/6H took part in some singing activities with Wingfield. We looked at singing in different harmonies and the children tried very hard to keep the correct volume.
This week, 5/6H have held a fascinating debate about tourism and if it is a good thing for communities in our coastlines or not. The children had some great opinions and shared them very respectfully.
This morning children in 3WB described themsleves as upset, shocked and saddened to find our rainforest immersive reading area destroyed. This discovery immeadiately prompted lots of discussion about deforestation. We used our literacy lesson to persuade others to stop cutting down our beautiful rainforest, including backing up our statements with factual information. We will then […]
Our Year 6 Children have combined their Science and Design and Technology skills to make lighthouses using complex circuits, generating their own energy and power. Well done all.
All our children looked incredible on Christmas Dinner day, so much effort had gone into their outfits including the staff. We really enjoyed our lunch. Thank you Mrs Parry and the team for our Dinner this year.
We challenged the staff to work as a team and decorate their doors ready for the Children coming into school on Friday. They were very competitive and took on the challenge. Mr Hanson was not happy with the outcome. In Third Place with their traditional toy shop is Miss Wood and Mrs Evans. In second […]
This week we celebrated special mentions with our festive jumpers on the children looked amazing in their different outfits. This included the staff too. Children showcased a range of learning from the week and we are so proud of what they have achieved.
Please enjoy this weeks Newsletter to showcase our learning, awards and attendance.
Last week we were so excited to have the Moon visit school thanks to Mr Parkin. This was due to arrive last year for our Year 5 now Year 6 cohort but unfortunately due to Covid we were unable to see it. We were thrilled to find out it was actually coming into school. All […]
What a wonderful visit from Ilona Drew, thank you so much for inspiring our children to become Artists. I have never seen them as focussed and determined to be successful. I was proud of their confidence and risk taking and I know they are proud of themselves too. We can’t wait to replicate this with […]
The children have developed their drilling skills in hockey. We focused on the reverse stick strategy to control the ball.
We love French so much in 3WB some of our class have chosen to do extra homework! Thank you Lily-Rose and family, this is amazing. 🇫🇷
Well done to all of 3WB! You all look amazing!
This week we enjoyed a visit to the Butterfly House. We were able to share our knowledge, ask questions, learn new information and hold some fantastic creatures. We had talked a lot in class about how humid the rainforest would be and we finally got the chance to know what ‘humid’ feels like!