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  • 13/02/20

    Qu'est-ce que tu Manges?

    In Hedgehogs this week we have been having a brilliant time learning the french words for our favourite foods!    
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  • 06/02/20

    Blind Date with a Book

    We launched 'Blind Date with a Book' in our celebration assembly yesterday to tie in with Valentine’s Day next week.  The idea is that during next week the children in Key Stage 2 check out some surprise books on a stall in the library.  This involves reading the profile on t...
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  • 06/02/20

    Super Scientists!

      Bumblebees were super scientists recently and investigated materials to see which were best for windows.  We tested them for waterproofing, transparency, strength and wind resistance.  Some children got rather wet and wind swept in the process!
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  • 05/02/20

    Grow Your Own Potatoes - Chitting

    Hedgehogs were the lucky class who finally got to open the box yesterday.   Inside we found eight seed potatoes – one more than we were expecting - two growing bags and a set of instructions.  Our first job was to unwrap the potatoes and place them back on the top of the box to...
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  • 05/02/20

    Grow Your Own Potatoes - They have arrived!

    We have registered for the annual 'Grow your Own Potatoes' competition supported by the AHDB – British Potato Council.  Along with other schools across the country we will be planting, measuring, harvesting and hopefully eating two different types of potatoes we have been given...
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  • 05/02/20

    Football Cup Match

    A mixed years 4 and 5 football team travelled to Sutton last Thursday to play their first match against a very experienced, well drilled North Cheam School.  Despite giving 110% we were unable to make an impact on such a strong team, nevertheless there were some great individual performances an...
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  • 31/01/20

    Extreme Reading Competition

    It's that time of year again where we see how daring we can be with our reading!  We are once again running an 'Extreme Reading' competition.  We are asking all our pupils and staff to take a picture of themselves reading somewhere extreme!  The more daring the better...
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  • 31/01/20

    Foxes

    Foxes have been practising Art with a scientific eye, creating wonderfully realistic and detailed drawings of plants and flowers.
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  • 31/01/20

    Adding Two Numbers to Make One Larger Number

    In Ladybirds today we had an investigation where we had flowers with numbers from 11 to 20 on them.  We also had butterflies with numbers from 1-10 on them.  We had to work out which two butterflies landed on each flower.  Then we had a go at finding another different way to make the...
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  • 28/01/20

    School Garden Project

    On Thursday of last week Owls were introduced to our new school garden.  The area at the front of the school, which used to be part of the Children’s Centre, will now be used to create a plot which we can use as a garden.  Half of the children were tasked with measuring the area then...
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  • 28/01/20

    Giving Clear Instructions

    In a recent English lesson our focus in Bumblebees was on instructions.  The children made their own multilink model and then had to give a partner a sequence of instructions to make a model exactly the same!    
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  • 28/01/20

    Keep On Sculpting!

    Last week in Bumblebees we continued working on our Let's Sculpt topic.  We looked at the artist Jill Townsley who creates large scale sculptures using everyday materials like spoons, staples, elastic bands and polystyrene balls.  We then had a go at sculptures of our own using ev...
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