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A huge thank you to the children and parents for providing the food, gifts and outfits for today’s party…we had a wonderful time. May I take this opportunity to wish you all a very enjoyable holiday.
As part of our comparative religion and PSHE curriculum, we enjoyed an informative Gurdwara visit. After Langur, we were given a guided tour which included visiting the Guru Granth Sahib as well as a question and answer session. Many thanks to our Shrewsbury parents for their invaluable assistance, and to Mr Donno for his organisation.
The children all looked amazing today in their outfits…many thanks. Enjoy your celebrations.
In Science, we thought carefully about what qualities a scientific diagram needs, and also how we can conduct an investigation. Children worked together to prepare the equipment needed to answer a question about how the amount of baking soda affects the amount of gas produced. Here’s how we did…
A huge well done to 4AW for their assembly performance this morning. I was extremely proud of the effort children applied, as well as their collaborative and presenting skills. Please find below the welcome video and magical survey. Thank you to all parents for their support with preparing costumes, props and children.
4AW welcomed Year 7 into our classroom to help celebrate Roald Dahl Day. We worked collaboratively to perform a range of his poems, all about certain beasts. See photos below and comment if you know which poems (animals) we performed!
Many thanks for helping children be organised with their Reading Journals. Most children are now remembering to record their reading each school day, helping us to see that they are reading a range of text types as well as reflecting on what they have read. Short responses are absolutely fine, so we hope that most […]
As part of our new topic, children experienced a variety of Hogwarts inspired activities. These included exploring the Marauder’s map, experiencing the senses of a cold winter’s night, listening to sounds related to the story, creating potions, making tea and choosing which wand would suit them best. All these will help with both their Literacy […]