Our book of the week was Think Big by Kes Grey. So we linked the learning all around Humpty Dumpty and friends and what they would like to be when they grow up. We have done a science experiment to see how to make an egg float. We have designed within an egg our future […]
Our children in Year 6 have been exploring food decay and how we can slow the process down, what do you think?
Today we celebrated our children who had won class dojo and who had showcased some outstanding learning. We are so proud of all of our children this week and we know that all our children are trying their best. Miss Stubbs announced the winners of our Art Competition today so well done to all our […]
Our KS1 children are so creative in their learning, showcasing their Oracy skills and performace as you can see here through MFL and Literacy.
Here is some wonderful learning outcomes from Spring 1 and our journey so far. We have had a remarkable term with live lessons, Extra Curricular Activities and competitions to make everyone smile. We hope you enjoy reading about all the wonderful learning that has taken place.
Today we gathered some everyday household items and got ready to try some alternative ways of messaging. Firstly, we looked at how we could use objects to make images of words or phrases. Then we used some special solutions to investigate what would make the best invisible ink. Our grand finale was making Morse Code […]
Today’s special mentions was so wonderful, celebrating all the achievements of our learners. We’ve seen learning linked to all curriculum areas and some fabulous ways to present learning. Congratulations to all our children today and our staff who have worked tirelessly. Well done to Miss Darby and Mrs Oram who are our staff stars of […]
This week in F2 we have looked at non-fiction stories to find out information to write a fact file about an animal with a shell. We found out lots of interestings facts about different animals such as a snail and a tortoise!
In F2 this week we have had a go at classifiying animals by how many legs they have. We also classified the animals by where they live. We found you can classify animals in lots of different ways!
This week we made snail slime in F2. We used lots of different mixtures to make our slime including cornflour and water, paint and water and even bananas!
Josh took part in a challenge this January which was to walk/run 30km in the last two weeks of January and Josh won 1st prize , he did 102km ( nearly 64 miles). We are so proud of his achievement and wanted to share this with everyone. What a wonderful role model and outstanding learner […]
Thank you so much to Mrs Oram and Charlotte for our Extra Curricular club this afternoon. The children loved making fruit kebabs and fruit salads. Some of our children even created artwork using the fruit. I think the teachers loved this too. I think you should have your own cookery show.
Y5P have been working so hard with their lockdown learning. Here is a little example of what they’ve been up to.
Today we completed some fantastic science experiments with Miss Darby exploring the laws of motion. Looking at Forces, Gravity and Air Resistance. Well done everyone we are so proud of you.
This week we have showcased some tremendous outcomes from our children. They have all worked extremely hard and gone the extra mile. A huge staff shout out to Mrs Marlow and Mr Purshouse for achieving staff star 🌟 of the week. Well done everyone.
Please explore the NEMESIS website and enjoy reading some of the wonderful projects our children have been involved in. Here is our link to our story about our KS1 outdoor area, we really hope you enjoy. Thank you to all the teachers and children for making this a very special place.
On Wednesday I had the fabulous opportunity to witness these children ‘becoming scientists’. There was a book, linked to our topic ‘Marvellous Mixtures’ near the spot tray and the children began to look through to find an investigation and began to role play using the book and the scientific equipment available. I felt lucky to […]
A huge thank you to our fabulous teachers for creating such a wonderful escape room for our children as part of our Extra Curricular Activities. What an excellent challenge and can’t wait to see more of these in school. Especially linking STEM across the curriculum. Well done everyone!
We are so proud of our children’s resilience this term and wanted to showcase the outstanding outcomes that have been created, drawn or written. Here is a portfolio of the Year 6 learning so far we hope you enjoy.
Our children in Y3/4 were investigating how water transports through a plant, can you tell from looking at their investigations? What do you think?
Today Mr Parkin’s Extra Curricular activity was all about pets. Children from all classes were present and brought their pets to meet everyone. We learnt so much about different animals, their habitats and special skills. We loved it thank you Mr Parkin for a wonderful session the staff loved it too.
In key stage 1 we looked at observational changes for our science learning today. We thought about different observational changes and then we all joined in with Miss Stubbs carrying out our own experiment using egg and vinegar. I wonder what will happen?
It was so lovely having our children and parents share in our special mentions assembly today. Thank you to all our teachers who are working so hard and sharing the beautiful learning our children are creating at home. Congratulations to all our winners today and good luck everyone for next week.
Today Miss Oldham used the Owls to count, the children in our Early Years joined in too with their families. We really enjoyed the learning and counting and we will be focussing on the number 3 all week. Good Luck everyone.
Since March 2020 we have been finding new ways to capture our learning, especially during this difficult time we find ourselves in. Together we continue to learn, grow and support our Mental Health and Wellbeing. We wanted to celebrate our children’s learning through the lockdown periods we have experienced together. We are so proud of […]
Our Year 6 children had a fabulous live lesson using substitution to find the answers to numerous letters and shapes. Here they are in action.
This week, we’ve had a huge focus on the Water Cycle. We have had research tasks, creating a diagram with an explanation and completed some home experiments. Well done Y3/4P.
We have started to look at the water cycle this week in Science and our first task was to research key terms and produce a glossary poster.