Gender stereotypes

During today’s assembly, children were asked to draw a firefighter, a surgeon or a fighter pilot and give them a name. It was really encouraging to hear so many of the children share their drawings, with roughly half the created characters that were shared being female. One girl who drew a pilot named her Amelia […]

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When sadness is at your door …

Monty was feeling sad in assembly this morning but getting to read this story to the children made him feel a bit better. Take home message from the assembly: remind children it’s ok to feel sad and it’s normal do the things you like doing, even if you’re feeling sad talk about it with friends […]

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Le temps innovate

Pupils across KS2 have been set a French / computing activity. It’s proving to be causing quite a few difficulties, including not being able to access the video guide on OneDrive. I have asked the children in Y3/4 to do what they can but not to worry if they get stuck. The video guide is […]

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Internet Legends

During this half term, children across KS2 will become Internet Legends. During this time in lockdown, when children are likely to be spending more time online than usual, it’s important for them to know how to stay safe. Any videos or useful information that we use within KS2 lessons will be posted here as a […]

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