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4C’s Tudor Assembly

4C took us on a journey this morning through the wonderful and crazy period of the Tudors. With a particular focus on Henry VIII the audience of parents and pupils soaked in all of the fantastic facts, and we are sure they will be singing along to the catchy songs…

Year 1 Castles Trip

Year 1 went off to see Mountfichet Castle! It is a Motte and Bailey castle full of life as it was back then! We saw kitchens, towers, swords and even had lunch with some local peacocks. We learned that life was quite tough for people living inside the bailey, especially…

Year 6 Problem Solving

Year 6J have been working very hard in their lessons this term. They have all put their thinking caps on and have been solving problems in a practical way, both individually and by working together. They have also been looking at shapes in Maths. The class had to predict if…

World Food Day – British

This week for World Food Day the theme was ‘British’ and there were some delicious foods on offer. The children had the pick of lamb and vegetable pie, chicken pasty, buttered mashed potatoes and more. The decorated hall helped to add to this theme and made for a very enjoyable…

A Very Victorian Experience for Year 5

Year 5 have had a fantastic day at the Ragged School Museum. First, Colin showed the pupils around his Victorian kitchen where they explored the Victorian home and family through object handling, role play and storytelling. Miss Perkins then taught everyone their morning lesson. She was terrifying! The lesson was…

Staying Healthy with Year 2

In Science, Year 2 have been learning about a ‘Healthy body’. They have made a lunch plate to include all the food groups and took part in some activities to see how their bodies can react to exercise.  

Fun in Lower Kindergarten!

The Lower Kindergarten children have been making the most of the sunshine when it appears and have been taking remote controlled cars for a spin. The first challenge was to switch them on. They were then encouraged to move them forwards and backwards, making sure to avoid high speed collisions!…

Building Dens in the Wild Woods

Key Stage 2 had great fun using their problem solving skills to build dens in the Wild Woods. They worked as a team to safely use the mallets to knock the poles they needed into the ground. They also added shelter to the structure by tying material to the poles.

Newsletter September 2019

Read our September Newsletter, full of photos and information on Year 6 responsibilities, Oak-Tree camp, Jeans for Genes Day, classroom activities and lots more…