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  • 31/03/20

    At the Circus ...

    Some of the children in Squirrels have been doing activities with a Circus theme this week.  Here are some examples of 'art attack' inspired clowns!  
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  • 31/03/20

    Tuesday at School

    Today we have been busy painting a large rainbow to go on the windows at the front of school. We also had a paper aeroplane competition; we made aeroplanes and had to try and score points by throwing them at the target. 
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  • 31/03/20

    Monday at School

    We had another busy day in school on Monday.  The children created collages made from several different materials - you may even see a candle if you look closely.  During break and lunch the children had fun playing a new beanbag tossing game called corn hole.     
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  • 31/03/20

    School Garden Update

    Lots more to update you on: Grow your own Potatoes – The two potato varieties in our bags are continuing to grow well and the children who are still in school have been watering them during this surprisingly warm and dry weather! Beneath the Soil Experiment -  We were amazed to see...
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  • 24/03/20

    Coronavirus – School Closure

    Dear Parents and Carers Brookwood Primary School will remain closed until further notice. The exception to this is for children of key workers and those who are classed as vulnerable.  These parent/carers have been contacted separately. Please can we ask that people only call the schoo...
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  • 20/03/20

    Egg Tangrams

    Bumblebees using their 'eggtraordinary' imaginations to make some 'eggcellent' egg tangrams!  
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  • 19/03/20

    SCHOOL CLOSURE

    Please see the attached letter from Mr Gunning regarding the school closure.
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  • 18/03/20

    School Garden Progress

    Lots to update you on today: Grow your own potatoes – The potatoes in our bags are growing well and we have added some more soil to the bags as they sprout.  The children were also very excited to see just how much the roots had grown on the ‘Under the Soil’ experiment pota...
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  • 12/03/20

    Building a Bridge

    As part of their science focus, Miss Lafone set Bumblebees a 'Paper Bridge' challenge.  First they discussed the purpose of bridges and decided they needed to be strong, safe and stable.  In pairs the children then had to design and make a bridge across two chairs wi...
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  • 06/03/20

    Measuring the pH of a Variety of Household Substances

    As part of our School Garden Project, Owls investigated the pH of a number of household substances as well as the soil in the school garden.  This will help us decide what types of plants will grow best in our soil. Owls researched a range of substances to determine their pH then predicted w...
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  • 06/03/20

    Ladybirds had a Wonderful World Book Day!

    We made book marks, front covers for our 'Owl Information Books, did a book quiz, a spot the difference and wrote about the characters we had come dressed up as.  It was a very busy, exciting day!
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  • 05/03/20

    Fairy Tales and Traditional Stories

    As part of World Book Day celebrations in Bumblebees Class we enjoyed the Great Fairy Tale search.  We also sorted traditional story characters into good and bad and gave reasons for our choices.   
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