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Reception Roundup

Please click on the link below to read all about what the Reception Classes have been learning this week.  Please scroll through the gallery of photos attached to this article.

Reception Round Up - 6 November 2020

Mrs Pullen and Mrs Emery
Reception Class Teachers
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Year 1 Shape Detectives!

This week we have been learning about the properties of 2D shapes and have used them in our maths, our art and we even created a pizza shop! We have been identifying shapes around our classroom and in our everyday routines and homes.

It has been a wh'oval' lot of fun!

Mrs Stapleton
Year 1 Form Teacher
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Year 3 Preposition Hide And Seek

We had a wonderful time in the sunshine this week using prepositions to describe our hide and seek places. 

Some of our favourites included: 'behind the school promise', 'beside the shed', 'under the piano' and even 'on top of the ball'!

Mrs Yates
Year 3 Form Teacher
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Year 3 Orienteering

This week in PE, Year 3 started a brand new unit on orienteering, having a go at some fun activities that require map reading, navigational skills, communication and team work!

Mr Adkins
Head of Digital Learning and Teacher of Boys Games

Year 3 Terrific Tigers

In preparation for our English topic of Stories from other cultures, the children have produced some lovely tiger themed work over the half term. They've enjoyed bringing in thier soft toys, art work and books to share too. I'm sure you'll agree our display looks ggggrrrreat!! 

Mrs Yates
Class 3Y Form Teacher

Year 6 Embracing Roles And Responsibilities

Year 6 were very excited to start some of the roles and responsibilities that we usually do in Year 6 -  you may well have seen Year 6 children greeting you by the gates in the morning. They love this role as it helps build relationships with the other children in the school.

Please say, 'Good morning' to them they will appreciate the interaction.

Mrs Webb
Year 6 Form Teacher


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Co-Curricular Forest School

Class 1S Forest School club had fun with leaves! We made some animals using leaves, acorns and Japanese quinces collected from Madame Tatton’s garden.

We even tried to make the largest leaf firework, but the wind kept hampering our effort to make circular patterns of different colours. Tomisin and Albert played a game of Japanese quince bowling!

Madame Tatton
MFL Teacher
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Co-Curricular Craft Club

This week our creepy craft club was infested with beastly bats. The children had spook-tacular fun choosing just how scary their bat was going to be before the vicious vermin vanished to their new roosts.

Mrs (Growling- Howling) Dowling
Teachine Assistant
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