Art club

Art Club have spent the Spring Term looking at different artists. We read ‘The Dot’ by Peter Reynolds and then looked at different pointillism artists for example Georges Seurat and Aboriginal art. We then created our own dot pictures using different media. We have also looked at different abstract artists and made our own abstract style of printing blocks.

Maths workshop - parent feedback

We received some lovely feedback from parents regarding our recent Maths Workshops. Many parents described them as ‘informative’ and ‘enjoyable’. Thank you for your continued support. Fantastic workshop. I really enjoyed seeing how the children learn. Thank you for the opportunity. A very helpful session which brought to life the ways in which children are learning. It’s very different to the way I was taught at school! Today gave lots of advice for supporting the children at home in order to prepare them for their SATs exams! Great job :0) I really enjoyed the workshop today. It was great learning about how the children are taught. I loved doing the activities with my daughter. Thanks for

Celebrating Maths Week - Quantum Theatre

This week we celebrated our Maths learning when we were joined by Quantum Theatre. The Year 1 and Year 2 children really enjoyed the show - The Half Pint Kid! The children helped solve mathematical problems exploring numbers, place values and the four functions. number bonds, fractions and decimals. The Half-Pint Kid is an exciting tale of mathematical mayhem. We joined the Half-Pint Kid as he sets out to solve the mystery of who robbed the Hicksburg bank. We followed him as he set out on a trial of mathematical clues and skulduggery. We had to help him fight The Tumbleweed Gang in order to find out who was really behind the missing money! A fabulous afternoon of fun in using and applying ou

Year 1 History off the page

Year 1 travelled back in time with History off the Page! They were transported back to 1666 as part of their topic “The Big Smoke” looking at the Great Fire of London. Children swapped their usual school uniform for breeches and aprons as did the staff! Children in Newt Class said that they enjoyed dressing up as it made it feel real. The dining hall was transformed into London in 1666 complete with different shops from the time. Master Craig took the children on a journey through London. Children could have a go at candle-making at the chandlers, making bread at the bakery, weaving, sewing and leather-work. Many children also took a visit to the Barbour surgeon who was able to diagnose vari

KS2 SATS workshop

If you would like to look at our Year 2 SATS workshop advice please watch the video below and click here to view the PowerPoint used in our workshop.

A Mysterious Discovery in the Wildlife Area

There is an electric buzz, a lot of talk and excitement around the Year 2 classrooms this week. Mr Darke interrupted the day on Monday as he shared some mysterious and curious findings in the Wildlife Area on his return from half term. On his rounds of inspecting the Wildlife Area, Mr Darke had spotted some smoke wafting into the air, thinking this was strange and a bit of a concern, he investigated further. Mr Darke soon discovered a large nest with some unusual eggs in them near the smoke. Mr Darke acted quickly and secured the area off and alerted all staff. Once the area was safe, Mr Darke allowed the year 2 children to go outside and look at the mysterious discovery. Of course the child

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