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This week is National Storytelling Week. To help celebrate this, the School Council have hosted a storytelling competition. Those who wanted to enter needed to write a story (true or made up) and hand it in to their class councillor. On Friday, the councillors got together to choose a selection of their favourite stories. These …

As part of our Geography learning this half term, the children have been learning about the 7 continents of the World. To help them retain this key information, we decided to get creative! Today, the children have created their own globes using a blue balloon. They have carefully placed each of the continents onto their …

KS1 Green Car Cross Code Road Safety Visit | 19 Jan 2023

This week, we had ZenAuto into school to teach children in KS1 about the Green Car Cross Code. The session focused on road safety and how the ‘Stop, Look and Listen’ message can be applied to electric vehicles which are much quieter than petrol or diesel methods of transport.The children learnt to: Stop, look and …

Today saw the big finale… the moment that Eagles class got to enjoy their wonderful small world areas that they have created. The children thought carefully as to which vehicles should appear in each area of their mat (rail, road, air and sea transport) and had great fun interacting with their mats and playing with …

Eagles Practical Maths – Adding Numbers Together | 17 Jan 2023

Today, the children explored addition practically. Using pictorial representations, the children identified the parts and the whole and were able to show this in tens frames and part whole models.The children impressed us with their independence and understanding of number. Well done Eagles!

Eagles did a fantastic assembly. It was lovely to see all the adults today, sharing their success. Didn’t the children do a brilliant job?

This half term, our topic is Journeys and Transport. As our entry point, the children worked in pairs to create sections of a small world area. These included air, sea, road and rail transport. Later on, the children will piece these sections together to create a much larger small world area with which they can …

This half term, the children are extending their learning of algorithms in computing. Today, the children have explored Bee-Bots and had tinkering time to see how they work. They then programmed a human Bee-Bot around the classroom. They had to remember that these devices do not have brains and will only follow the instructions they …

Yesterday, the children in KS1 had a fabulous time partying in the hall with their friends. We played four corners, musical statues, pass the parcel and even had time to practise our dance moves to some Christmas music. Afterwards, the children spent time chatting to their friends while enjoying some delicious snacks! Merry Christmas KS1. …

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