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Fun with crotchets and quavers in Wrens | 05 Dec 2019

Wrens did some musical maths today, adding note values. Afterwards, they challenged themselves to work out some pretty  complicated rhythms and did really well!

Groove Generation Performance | 28 Nov 2019

Friends and family enjoyed a performance this week by the children who have taken part in the Groove Generation music project this term.  They heard percussion, call and response songs (including some from other cultures), songs written by the children themselves and more.  The groovers did themselves proud and we have had some lovely feedback. …

Harvest Singing Workshop | 17 Oct 2019

We were lucky enough to have a visit from Melody Reed this morning. She ran a fantastic singing workshop for Years 3 and 4 and taught them an original harvest song which they will perform in our harvest assembly tomorrow. ​

Traffic Survey | 03 Sep 2019

We would like to make our parents aware of a transport survey due to be conducted by Nationwide Data Collection on 11th September 2019 on Dalesway. The survey will be a 12-hour two-way traffic survey and is being carried out as part of the Department for Transport’s annual link count program. There are a number …

Welcome Back! | 03 Sep 2019

Welcome back! We hope that all of our families have had a wonderful Summer break. The children have come into school this morning looking extremely smart and have been excited to move into their new classes with their new teachers. The school has been a hub of activity with PE lessons, writing, maths and so …

Last week, your child brought home a year 3/4 spelling list (A4 sheet). This comprises all of the words that your child should be able to spell accurately by the end of Year 4. We have sent this home just for your records and to inform you of the expectations for the end of the …

LKS2 Exit Point 18.7.19 | 15 Jul 2019

Just a reminder that this Thursday (18.7.19) is the Year 3/4 exit point. As part of this day, the children will be dressing up as evacuees. A letter was sent out earlier this half term, informing parents of suggestions for dressing up. Those children who are school dinners will be receiving a WW2 themed school …

LKS2 Homework 15-7-19

How are we already at the end of this academic year?! Another year has flown by! The children have worked incredibly hard and we can tell that they are now ready for that next step and their new classes. May we take this opportunity to wish our children and parents a wonderful summer break. Let’s hope …

This half term, our topic is made up of a book study (The Bear and the Piano) and a local history study of WW2. As our entry point, the children learnt about the key events of WW2. They worked as groups to develop a sense of chronology;organising events from the war in the correct order. …

This afternoon, Red Kites took some time out to celebrate the wonderful topic entries that have been created this half term. As this half term’s topic has been a book study with a musical twist alongside a local history study (WW2), there were a whole host of different examples. We had gas masks, performances, posters, …
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