It’s that time of year …Read More Raspberry harvest
Children across KS1 & 2 learned about the benefits and dangers of the Sun, including invisible UV rays. They also learned it’s easy to stay safe by following the five S guide: Slip – Slop – Slap – Slide – ShadeRead More Sunsmart superstars!
We’ll be talking to the children about the benefits and dangers of the sun during assemblies this week. Please remember to apply sun cream (factor 30 at least), wear a hat and bring a named bottle of water during the summer months.Read More Be sun smart ☀️
This week children across the school learned how cells produce antibodies to fight against viruses and how vaccines introduce a tiny part of the virus, making the body produce lots of antibodies to help defend itself.Read More Antibodies to the rescue
This week, children across KS1 and 2 learned about how cells make copies of themselves – by using an instruction manual called DNA. We learned that viruses are too small to make copies of themselves on their own – that’s why they need us! Next week, we learn how vaccines help to prevent viruses doing […]Read More DNA – our instruction manual
We made bread on Tuesday and looked at all the steps the Little Red Hen had to go through to get a perfect bake. We learnt that the bread rises and measured the changes whilst something called yeast got to work! After that, we got to taste the delicious fruits of our labours and act […]Read More Little Red Hens in Preschool get baking
Please share this with your child(ren). They have been briefed in assembly. The link will also be sent by email/text. …Read More THE BIG ASK
Before we learn about how we fight viruses, we learned a bit about how are bodies are made up of cells.Read More We’re made up of cells!
Over the coming weeks, the children will be learning about microbes, the differences between bacteria and viruses and how we can stay safe from infection. They will also be learning about how vaccination works and the role it has on keeping us safe from viruses, including flu and CoVID-19. This week, children learned that the […]Read More Bacteria v Virus