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League Matches

Well done to our football and netball teams for competing in our ongoing leagues.  The children have all performed brilliantly and have been a credit to our school.  Thank you to some of our football players who have written match reports from last term.  Good luck to the teams when playing in your last couple […]

Mythical Creatures

In 6 Oak the class have been working on writing their own poems, diary entries and warnings based around Arthur Spiderwick’s Fantastical Guide to the World Around You. We have been learning about boggarts, cockatrices and trolls; the children have been getting in role and have thought about what mischief they could cause in the […]

4 Willow first swimming lesson

In our first lesson today, our swimming coach showed us all the correct way to enter the pool. She also assessed our swimming ability. We all had fun and are looking forward to our next lesson.  


In Oak we have been using our known facts to help us work out other multiplication facts including missing numbers and decimals. We used a place value chart to help start us off.  

Second World War art.

In Redwood class we have created our own pictures of the Second World War using mediums of our own choice for effect. Some of us used charcoal and pastels and others used shading to create lifelike pictures. Here are some examples of our work.

Redwood Art lessons.

In Redwood class we have researched the work of  LS Lowry. We created our own pictures of the Second World War using LS Lowrys style. Here are some examples.

Shared reading

Laurel class came to visit us in birch and showed us some stories they had written and illustrated. Laurel children read them to us and birch class had the opportunity to ask questions about the stories. We really enjoyed listening to the stories and learnt a lot  


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