Roman Researchers

Roman Researchers

Class 9  became independent researchers this week. They were set a challenge to find facts about different aspects of Roman life .They used books, the internet and fact files to create their own information poster. They then taught the rest of the class all about...

Newsflash! We have received a letter of commendation from the Department for Education and the MP for School Standards, Nick Gibb for the exceptionally high standard of the Yr 1 Phonics Tests this summer, when we achieved a pass rate of 98%. Due to the hard work of...
A Picnic for Pudsey!

A Picnic for Pudsey!

We came to school with crazy hair to raise money for Children in Need! We brought pocket money in to donate to charity and talked about sending our pennies to Pudsey Bear. We found out that Pudsey sends the money to boys and girls who need extra help, or boys and...
Diwali Divas

Diwali Divas

We have been investigating Diwali celebrations. We have been very busy! We have learnt about the story of Rama and Sita, explored light and dark, made Diva lamps and Diwali cards, designed Rangoli patterns and painted with lots of Indian spices. We have talked about...
Treasure Chest Nets

Treasure Chest Nets

Class 4 have made our own treasure chests. We used a net of a cuboid and folded it to make the correct shape. We had to cut  and fold the shape carefully. We know that a cuboid has 6 faces or surfaces. It also has 8 vertices and 12 edges. We counted these features on...
Number Crunching Crocodiles

Number Crunching Crocodiles

Class 4 made crunching crocodiles to to help us to understand the  greater than and less than symbols. We used cardboard and split pins to make the shape and added teeth and an eye. We used the crocodiles to complete number sentences for greater than and less than. We...