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Just a quick reminder that it is our muddy puddle day on Wednesday. The children have already been told and wrote a note in their planners. They need to come in their own clothes that they don’t mind getting muddy and appropriate footwear e.g. walking boots or wellies.

Just a quick reminder that it is our muddy puddle day on Monday. The children have already been told and wrote a note in their planners. They need to come in their own clothes that they don’t mind getting muddy and appropriate footwear e.g. walking boots or wellies.

If you need a bus or a train from now on, Puffins are the ones to ask! After learning how to interpret and read timetables, we then had to use them in real life contexts. We had various different journeys to make around the country and needed to use bus and train timetables to help …

Throughout the course of this week, Puffins have been learning lots of new things. Our homework over the holidays was to practise a skill that we could teach to the class. This week, we have been putting our ‘inner teacher’ to the test and seeing if we can help our peers learn something new. It …

56 homework grid Brainwave.doc Knowledge Organiser – Brainwave.docx English Knowledge Organiser – Autumn 2 Maths – Year 5 – Autumn 2 Maths – Year 6 – Autumn 2 UKS2 Forces KO

We all enjoyed outdoor and adventurous activities, building our team working and communication skills. We worked in different friendships group across the year group to solve various scavenger hunt problems. Take a look at our photos to see what we’ve been up to!

This afternoon, the children were given an opportunity to participate in a dance workshop, run by Liberty Arts. They did a whole group warm up and then separated into smaller groups to choreograph their own routine, which they then performed to each other. All the children involved thoroughly enjoyed themselves. Have a look for yourself!

UKS2 Brainwave Entry Point Homework

To introduce our new topic, Brainwave, we would like you to teach your class mates a new skill. This skill can be anything: tying your shoe laces, origami, counting to 10 in a foreign language, sketching a butterfly, knitting, dance move, juggling, magic tricks, playing an instrument – anything which you can do really well …

As part of our statistics topic in Maths, we have been looking at line graphs. We’ve worked on how to read and interpret data and then moved onto being able to draw our own. To help with this, we went outside on the playground and became the data ourselves. Some people were the Y axis, …

Today, the Year 5 children spent the morning outside doing various different activities. They started out with team building games to get to know their teams that they would be working in throughout the morning. One of these games was ‘Cross the River’ which proved quite challenging! It required communication and tactical skill. They then …
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