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Year 6 explore Shakespeare’s World

 In Year 6 this half term we have been exploring the life of William Shakespeare. We have learned about Tudor England and created time travellers guides warning readers about the dangers they might face. Lots of our independent brain builder work has centred around...

Egyptian Year 4.

Year 4 have been immersing themselves fully the topic of  Ancient Egyptians. Thankyou to everyone who provided artefacts for our topic table - it looks amazing. The children have also thoroughly enjoyed (well most of them) getting messy making death masks!  

Djembe Drumming Day

Monday was an exciting and noisy day in school! Each class took turns playing djembe drums with Ed Neuhauser, a talented musician, who showed the children how to create rhythmic patterns and have fun at the same time!      A big ‘Thank You’ goes to the Friends for...

Y3 update

We've had a great first half-term in Year 3. The children are loving our ongoing WW2 topic, in which we will be learning about Anne Frank and Remembrance Day in detail after half-term. The children have also become garden bird experts and learned about speech and...

Sponsored Dancing for NSPCC

Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 classes took part in a sponsored 'Danceathon' in the school hall on Tuesday.  They had great fun and danced their socks off for at least half an hour, non stop!  Hopefully lots of money will be raised for the NSPCC to improve the lives of...

Bike It Breakfast

65 pupils and 18 parents enjoyed our latest 'Bike It Breakfast'. Thanks to all who supported the event and for cycling or scooting to school to earn your breakfast! We hope travelling to and from school will be increasingly active for as many pupils and parents as is...

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