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Main Prep Disco Gets Underway!

The children were full of excitement and fun prior to actually going into the gym for their school disco.  Dave Dee was ready and the time had come for the hair brushing, waxing, spraying to stop so the dancing could commence!  As you can see from the photos the children and teachers always enjoy this event […]

October 12th, 2017|

A Maths Problem

Mr Bettany’s Year 6 maths class took the opportunity this morning to take their lesson outside (prior to the heavens opening this afternoon!)  They were asked to take a look at the outdoor classroom, specifically the white cover over the top of the classroom.  The children had to work out how much material was needed […]

September 21st, 2017|

Year 6’s First Day Back

Welcome back our new Year 6!  We’ve heard all about what they’ve been up to over the holidays and its been great catching up with 8 weeks worth of news for some of us.

Here are some photos of the children having fun outside during break, luckily the weather wasn’t too wet and they were able […]

September 5th, 2017|

Year 6 ICT

Year 6 have been working on their ICT programming and some amazing computer games have been produced.

“We’ve been making games in ICT then sharing them with our friends. It takes about a week for us to make a game then we get to test it out. That’s a koala … its going to try to […]

June 16th, 2017|

Karting Mad!

One of our Year 6 students, Dan Parrans- Smith, is an avid karter, and a couple of weeks ago he took part in the East Anglian Kart Championships at Kimbolton Circuit, Cambridgeshire.

Against fierce National competition he managed a podium in 3rd place in the final, having never finished off the podium in all of the […]

June 6th, 2017|

Year 6 PGL Update

The Year 6 Children have arrived safe and sound at PGL.

Mr Bettaney

May 22nd, 2017|

Igloo Building

Year 6 children have continued to focus on Polar regions in geography. As such, they recently learned the impact global warming is having on Polar ice sheets and its implications for people and Polar Bears especially. More recently the children have looked at structures built by Polar people to survive in extreme conditions and the […]

May 19th, 2017|

Chester Zoo Visit

Year 6 spent a lovely day in the Cheshire sunshine at Chester Zoo. On arrival they were able to see the 3 baby elephants in their enclosure before carrying on further into the zoo stopping to see a Rhino, vultures and Congo buffalo on the way to the Realm of the Red Apes.

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May 19th, 2017|

World War 2 Talk

World War 2 Talk

Year 5 were incredibly lucky to have a visit from Mr Peter Armitage MBE and Mr Mark McKenzie to talk to the children about World War 2. In addition to the talk, many items (real and reproduction) were brought in which the children were invited to wear, hold, and fire! Pleasingly, we […]

May 19th, 2017|

Shakespeare Outside

In a Year 6 English lesson, we completed some drama activities in the outdoor classroom. The scene was Macbeth’s return to the witches where three apparitions emerged from the fire pit. The pupils’ performances were fantastic and they coped extremely well with Shakespeare’s language challenges.

May 6th, 2017|
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