In Art, the class have been making fantastic Anglo-Saxon clay pots and artefacts.
After a long year (almost) of Merit points the winning team this year was announced at Sports Day – Congratulations to the Read Team!
Today we are celebrating Chinese New Year at school. We are learning how to say hello, goodbye and how are you?
Below is a picture from our Open the Book Collective Worship today. Thank you for all that were involved.
Fantastic work getting the garden ready for winter this morning, and a good selection of gourds to dry out and hollow out for use in the next few weeks!
Years 5 and 6 are enjoying sailing on Lake Windermere as they work hard towards achieving their Royal Yachting Association and Paddle Power awards.
For the last four weeks we have been looking at the ‘ay’ sound, plus many others! See if you can spot the ‘ay’ words in these short sentences.
Earlier in the week the KS1 children explored the school grounds to see where the bugs lived. Not many were found on the playground and the chippings but the garden was full of insects! We had fun trying to identify what the insects were called and trying to learn a little bit about them. […]
Children have been looking carefully at our school daffodils to learn about pollination and fertilisation.