Tyres for hire

Like last year, we are encouraging families to ‘hire a tyre’ and grow their own plants over the summer term. We have some donations from the fair if anyone would like to get involved but hasn’t got any plants! It’s free and you simply plant what you want and look after it!

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Art in Ks1

Year 1 and 2 have been very busy this half term, learning lots of new skills. Year 1 have been looking at the artist Kenojuak Ashevak. Using inspiration from her artwork and models Year 1 have been practising their mark making- like stippling. Being inspired by The Big Fish- a 3D sculpture by John Kindness […]

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PE in Year 1

This half term we have been preparing for sports day. Today I had a lot of fun teaching PE, I certainly hope the children had as much fun as I did!

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Summer RE so far….

Everyone has had a great term of learning in RE so far with a wide range of faiths and practices being explored. Reception have been learning about Islam, in particular the holy month of Ramadan and the Eid al -Fitr celebrations which mark the end of Ramadan. The children were lucky enough to have a […]

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Art in Reception

We have been using our crafting skills to make pirate telescopes. We have also designed our own pirate flags and refined our line drawing techniques by following step by step instructions. Work in progress…

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Y3&4 have been treated to some specialist cricket coaching this term, provided by Platform Cricket head coach Chris Willets.

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Intergenerational meeting

This afternoon, our school council members went to the Lee Green community centre to meet up with some older residents living locally to find out a bit more about their lives. They asked questions and listened attentively! As one resident commented, “they are very patient listeners and confident at talking with adults.”

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