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All Souls Day is celebrated on 2nd November and during the month of November we take time to focus on remembrance. We think about those we have lost and offer our prayers for friends and family members who have died. … Continued

Year 4 Writing: The Great Outdoors

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Year 4 have been working incredibly hard on the current topic theme of The Great Outdoors. In Literacy, the children have written poetry in the style of “The Lost Words”, written by Robert McFarlane and illustrated beautifully by Jackie Morris. … Continued

O’s Space Station Diary

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O has already immersed herself in the new Space topic.  She has written an account of what she imagines life would be like on a space station. I wonder what you could do on the space station that would be … Continued

J Has Baby Birds

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J has been busy learning how to take care of the new additions to his family. Let me introduce you all to Chloe and Steve, pigeons that J has helped to hand rear. Click on the link below to see … Continued

Happy Birthday to A

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A had a wonderful week in which she turned 9.  She had a scooter as a present and celebrated with a home made lasagne (her favourite) and a delicious birthday cake.  She did some bath bomb making experiments, which look … Continued

Wonderful Work from O

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O has really been putting lots of effort into his home learning. Have a look at the interesting list of questions he would like to ask Neymar. I wonder what Neymar would say in response. I was very pleased to … Continued

L’s Busy Week

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L has had a very varied and busy week. Look at the impressive radishes that he grew all by himself, he said they tasted really good too! He has continued doing the white rose maths each morning and has been … Continued

Home Learning from D

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D has had a very busy time. He has been working hard on his home learning and sent in some wonderful examples of his maths work. Look at the way he has presented his work and explained his learning. I … Continued

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