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cgunbyWe had a fantastic trip to Tatton Park on 24th November for an Anglo-Saxons and Viking activity day. During our visit, they found out about Anglo-Saxon and Viking home life, religion, work, trade, food, language and geography. They participated in (More)
cgunby wrote: Christingle Making
Last Wednesday, the whole school worked in the hall to make their own Christingle ready for our advent Church service the following day. (More)
cgunby wrote: Advent Wreath
Year 3 and 4 made an Advent wreath which shows what Christians do to prepare for the birth of Jesus.   (More)
cgunby wrote: Seasonal Foods
As part of our Design Technology topic on seasonal foods we visited our local pub - The Punch Bowl - to learn from the Head Chef about the locally sourced seasonal foods which they use in their menu. They got to try different vegetables, herbs, Morec (More)
cgunby wrote: Flanders Field Poem
Today the children have been learning about the significance of Remembrance Day. To commemorate this day, the children have read the poem 'Flanders Field' by John McCrae. Each child learnt part of the poem and then presented their line to the class (More)
cgunby wrote: Diwali
We had great fun celebrating Diwali on 19th October. The children made their own Diva lamps out of salt dough and then decorated them with bright colours and glitter. They also made paper lanterns and created their own Indian dance which they shared (More)
pjohnson wrote: The Good Samaritan
In R.E. the class listened to the story of The Good Samaritan and discussed the hidden messages in this parable. They then worked in small groups to rein act the story using stick puppets.   We then discussed what a good Samaritan w (More)
pjohnson wrote: Sukkot
Years 1 & 2 have been learning about the festival of Sukkot. They began by designing their own Sukkah's before building them with their choice of material. The children had to ensure their Sukkha's had three walls, an open roof and include decora (More)
cgunby wrote: Trust
Our final value for the school year is Trust. Children completed lots of activities successfully as they put their trust in friends and developed team building skills. (More)
cgunby wrote: Storyteller
Today a storyteller came in to visit our class and shared some fantastic stories from Cameroon whilst playing his drum. The children joined in with some call and response as well as singing. (More)