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Mini Group – Pig craft ?

During 'At the Farm' week, we learnt all about the pigs. What they look like, what they like to eat, even what sound they make. After our conversation, we decided to make a pig out of paper plates. The children…

Brilliant Builders!

Should we build our houses with jelly? Should we have a teapot made of chocolate?Can we sleep in a bed made of glass? "ABSOLUTELY NOT!!!" Exclaims Year 1 and 2. These are just some of the fun questions that they have…

Drawing and modelling bodies

Year 3 has been exploring how to draw bodies using different art styles. They started by studying the outlines of bodies and how different artists represented the body.The  children then moved onto creating art using charcoal and colouring pencils to…

Theme of the week ‘The Farm’

During Math activity preschoolers had to practice some important skills: -counting;-recognising the shape;-recognising the colors;-say the vegetable.The activity requested the children to identify the vegetable that they were going to make and name the shape of the vegetable. All the preschoolers…

Happy Valentine’s Day everyone!

This week students learnt the story of St Valentine. We talked about different ways to show our love and appreciation. All children came up with wonderful ideas and then they made heart shaped cards to give them as presents. 

English class / The Power of Reading

Students from year 4 have been reading “Arthur and Golden Rope” from the wonderful Power of Reading scheme. It’s a great book, infused with Norse mythology and plenty of fantasy and adventure! We decided as a class to create “descendants”…

Research project on Roald Dahl

Most of year 5 and 6 children have chosen Roald Dahl books to read. They all love his books and had lots of question about his life and career. Therefore, each student had a research project: to find out as…

We’re going batty for bats

Students in Reception class had so much fun pretending to be bats who are waking up from their winter slumber, hungry for bugs and leaving their cave in search of food. They learned that bats are an important part of…

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