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  • 22/05/20

    Animals Everywhere

    Ladybirds seem to have all got jungle fever this week!  They have done so much amazing work about animals.  There have been animal top trumps, posters, leaflets and lots of videos searching for animals.  I think we definitely have the next David Attenborough in our class...
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  • 22/05/20

    Designer Hats

    Hedgehogs art challenges this week are all based on European artists.  This is a beautiful hat that was inspired by the French fashion designer Coco Chanel!
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  • 20/05/20

    Superhero Art

    On Friday last week, the children in school used marbles to paint their own super powers and create superhero pictures. They decorated their own outfits and chose colours for their super powers, then rolled marbles across the paper to show how powerful they were...
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  • 20/05/20

    All Creatures Great and Small

    Bumblebees class has been focusing on creatures small - those amazing insects and creepy crawlies under logs, stones, in grass, on flowers and leaves. This topic has excited them, stimulated their curiosity and got them outdoors!  One of the children tackled some marvellous multiplication...
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  • 19/05/20

    School Garden Update

    Sadly I have to report the demise of the potatoes that we were growing in the “Under the Soil" Experiment.  Due to the amount of top growth they had put on, the planters could not stay upright and kept on falling over.  However, before I disposed of them into the compost bin (th...
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  • 15/05/20

    Foxes Class Have Been Busy!

    Incorporating this week’s Superheroes theme, the children practised their French and produced some bright and accurate colourings. The children have also been busy creating some gorgeous underwater artwork using natural items at home, an example is shown above.    
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  • 14/05/20

    Superhero Week

    Ladybird's have thoroughly enjoyed 'Superhero' week and have engaged brilliantly with lots of Superhero tasks!  We have been designing our own new heroes with amazing powers, created acrostic poems for the word Superhero and created 'Wanted' posters for some evil Super...
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  • 14/05/20

    School Garden Update

    Yesterday was a momentous day, shared with all the children that were in school … we spotted our first peapod!  On closer inspection there were quite a few ripening nicely in the sunshine.  Once they fatten up we will be able to pick them and eat them … I for one can...
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  • 14/05/20

    Grow Your Own Veg!

    For our VE Day theme week, Mrs Coe set Owls class the challenge to create a poster that could have been used to encourage the public to create their own vegetable patch during World War II.  Here are some examples of the children's ideas.   
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  • 12/05/20

    We All Need A Superhero!

    This week's theme is 'Superheroes'.  Yesterday the children in school enjoyed using materials and dressing up clothes to become superheroes while listening to superhero music.  We created a scene using the  materials we found and then our superheroes were UP...
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  • 07/05/20

    History - The Mayans

    Last week the children in Owls started their new History topic on the Mayans.  Children were asked to conduct research online about the different time periods and create an illustration for each event.  Here is some of their brilliant work!   
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  • 05/05/20

    How Does Your Garden Grow?

    The grass in the school garden is covered with daisies and the oak tree is now in full leaf providing lots of shade.  Fortunately, we managed to move the raised planters into the sunshine before we planted them. Everything has grown even more since last week, the plants are continuing to enjoy...
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