During the Kitchen Sink Show, we learnt lots of exciting science. First, we learnt that hot air balloons work because hot air rises. By heating the air inside the balloon with the burner, it becomes lighter than the cooler air on the outside. This causes the balloon to float upwards and if the air is…

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As part of our Science week, we are learning all about forces including air resistance and aerodynamics. It is very egg-citing! Today, we recapped on our prior learning of air resistance and we were able to use our prior knowledge to improve our eggsperiment! We were a lot more successful today than previously and only…

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This week in 5C, we have been learning about Islam. We used the I-pads and texts to find out information about the 5 pillars of Islam. As a class, we have found it very interesting and we have learnt lots of new things. After researching the 5 pillars of Islam, we then created an information…

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Pirates have visited our classroom again. This time they kidnapped our going home bears – Tilly and Ted. The pirates left us some clues to follow. We found the bears on the front gate.

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This week in classes 3/4M and 3/4S we have been learning to tell the time. We are still finding this very tricky but we are working really hard. Here are some helpful hint to help your child at home … Use a large clock with easily movable hands. Hands-on learning works best. Teachers use colorful,…

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In RE, we have been discussing ‘I wonder ‘ questions based on different Greek myths. This week, we read King Midas’ Golden Touch! We discussed the following questions: You have one wish. What would you wish for? Why? If you had an unlimited amount of money what would you spend it on? Can money bring…

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We have created some beautiful and informative fact files on Ancient Greece! In order to do this, we had to research different aspects of Greek civilization. This included their food, clothing and democracy.  Then, we changed our notes into full sentences and published these with some wonderful illustrations. We’re hoping that other children in school…

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Dear Parents/Carers   It is now almost 2 months since we learned of the death of Simra, one of our Year 6 pupils.  I wanted to update you and assure you that Simra is still very much in our thoughts.  In this time, I have met with Simra’s parents and have spoken to both staff…

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