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pjohnson
pjohnson wrote: Egg Rolling
Key Stage 1 has been learning about the Easter Story and the significance of the egg at Easter time. Today each child decorated their egg before rolling it down a hill. Well done to Will and Harry whose egg rolled the furthest! (More)
cgunbyFor our Responsibility value afternoon, the fantastic Ethos team organised fun activities to promote this half terms value. The four activities included: Bunting craft- drawing and/or writing acts of responsibility or responsible people. Frui (More)
cgunbyOn the 14th February our Ethos group organised a range of fantastic activities for the whole school, which included: making valentines cards, love heart messages, jam tart making and 'How are you feeling Mr Wolf?' The children showed lots of love (More)
cgunby
cgunby wrote: World Book Day
The whole school had lots of fun dressing up for World Book Day as their favourite book character. We began the day by sharing books with each other in the school hall and then Years 3 & 4 created their own story which included their book charact (More)
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cgunby wrote: Baking with Love
Our value this half term is love. To share our love with the local community, children kindly made some heart biscuits for St. Mary's church Sunday service. They were greatly appreciated! (More)
pjohnsonThe Year 5&6 children have been designing posters to remind people that bullying is not acceptable. Some children chose to draw their posters whilst others used their computing skills to insert pictures.  All the children wanted to get the sa (More)
cgunby
cgunby wrote: Measuring
As part of our farm week, we have been measuring the length and width of the our school farm and the homes of our different animals.  (More)
cgunby
cgunby wrote: Friendship Afternoon
Our Ethos Team organised and led a fantastic Friendship afternoon for this half-terms school value. They began by leading our Collective Worship and then running four friendship activities. (More)
cgunby
cgunby wrote: Stonehenge
We have been learning about one of the world's most famous prehistoric monuments, Stonehenge, as part of our Stone Age topic.  Children then made their own mini version of this monument using salt dough. (More)
cgunby
cgunby wrote: Park End Moss
We had a fantastic afternoon at Park End Moss nature reserve, looking at wildlife in their natural habitats. (More)