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On Monday, we arrived back at school to find lots of rubbish thrown around the classroom. It was a mess! Our first job that day was to sort through the rubbish and investigate whether it could be recycled or reused. We found out that not everything can be recycled and these items go to landfill…

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When we arrived at school on Tuesday morning, we found giant footprints all over the Foundation Unit. . We followed the footprints….   They led us to the shed where we found a bag with some seeds in and an instruction.   We planted the seeds. What will grow?  

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Our new topic this term is all about Ancient Greece! To start our topic, we found out what we already know about Ancient Greece. We found that we actually know very little, so during this term we will learn lots of new, exciting facts! On Monday, we used the iPads to research different aspects of…

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Our homework project this term was to design a new chocolate product for Mr Willy Wonka. The children drew and labelled their products, gave then names and listed all the ingredients that they would use. We had a variety of products that we shared in a special Assembly so that all the children could see the wonderful…

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We had a fantastic time rolling our decorated eggs down the playground today! There was a girl and boy winner from each of the classes, they are pictured below with their prizes! Happy Easter everyone!

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Class 1/2L have enjoyed painting in the style of  Georges Seurat using tiny dots of colour to create pictures.

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As part of our topic on ‘Chocolate’ we have designed, made and tasted our own chocolate bars. We chose which type of chocolate from white,milk or dark then added other ingredients. They looked and tasted great!

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For their homework project, Y5’s were challenged to design or make a house that would withstand a flood.  The ideas and creations were outstanding!  If global warming is the future, then Y5’s are the engineers that will help keep our feet dry!

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Children were challenged to separate a variety of mixtures such as sand and paperclips, rice and sugar and a salt and water solution.

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