January 2019

KS1 Art Club

In Art club last week we designed an image that we could replicate on to a ceramic mug. This week we have been trying to replicate the image from paper to mug using ceramic pens to outline our designs. Next week we will fill the rest of the design in with acrylic paint and take Continue reading

Europe Homework

In Year 4 we have had some amazing pieces of homework in from the options grid. We have had paintings, sketches, pictures, postcards, acrostic poems, maps, jokes, languages, a picture dictionary, a game, some cheese twists, a 3D puzzle and stories. Children have been planning holidays and costing them, comparing heights of famous buildings and Continue reading


Today Year 4 had a visit from a golf coach, Aaron Galgraith from Sene Valley Golf Club kindly helped the children improve their golf skills. The children were able to chip their special sticky golf balls onto a vertical target, use the putter to hit the balls aiming for a hole in one and chip Continue reading

Ducklings Sing in French

Ducklings have learnt a song in French.  As you can see they love singing it and doing the actions!  They have some excellent French skills and we look forward to seeing them develop their love of the language even further.

Trust in God

Today’s worship was all about the story of Naoh’s Ark. Dave Barker talked about how hard it must have been for Noah to trust in God and build the large ark, when others were mocking the idea. This story led us to think about times that we might have to trust in God ourselves.  

Acid Tests in Yr.6

Last week Yr.6 tested marble chips, washing soda crystals and bicarbonate of soda to see how they reacted when water, lemon juice and vinegar were added to them.  They found the acids reacted with the carbonates creating an irreversible reaction and lots of bubbles.  They used this knowledge to make mini volcanoes in pairs and Continue reading


In Science today we recapped our learning on various forces and then focussed on friction. During the lesson the children worked together in groups to try to decide which of the given surfaces had the most amount of friction. The children built ramps with different surfaces, for toy cars and then measured the height of Continue reading

Canton Martial Arts

Years six and four were lucky enough today to have an instructor from Canton Martial Arts. She worked with both classes regarding safety and strangers. Discussing the difference between safe strangers like police officers and non safe strangers that could be anyone you don’t really know. The children also learnt some moves and stances along Continue reading

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