Today, we have looked carefully at the features of a report to help us plan our own version of "newsround".

We worked as a team to research, plan and broadcast our news report on plastic pollution.

As part of this topic we will be selling our reusable cotton bags at the Christmas market on…

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What a lot of visitors!

Over the last week we have been very lucky to have three visitors in school. Firstly we learnt all about the water cycle and how important it is to save water whenever and where ever we can from Dave the united utilities visitor. Then on Wednesday Dan Worsley joined us for the morning to help us…

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Whales on the playground

Today, we have measured out 5 different whales on the KS2 playground using a trundle wheel and some chalk. The chalk actually ran our twice for the largest whale (can you guess which whale this is?). Come and have a look and see if you can name each one.


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A visit from a soldier

Today we were very excited when Mr Powell arrived in our classroom after break. 

He talked to us about the importance of Remembrance Day and why we wear poppies. Some of us already knew but for others it was a surprise to learn that Mr Powell used to be a soldier. He talked to us about what…

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Doves enjoy OAA

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Doves science

Last week we really enjoyed some "hands on" experience making electrical circuits.



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Active Maths

This week we have been out and about around school using our maths skills. On Tuesday we chose our own levels of learning with some bronze, silver and  gold number lines where we positioned a range of numbers appropriately. We challenged ourselves using decimal places and negative numbers. On…

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Busy, Busy, Busy!

A super busy week for the Doves this week. We have been outside in the rain for outdoor PE (well done those who have brought suitable kit). We made just over £20 on Fairy cake Friday, thank you to everyone for the delicious contributions. On Wednesday we began our portrait work, we cant wait to…

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Out and about

A huge well done to all the Doves for a super first full week back. Miss Hardman and I have been very impressed with how quickly you have settled into class routines (especially those who are new to KS2).

This week we have been out and about with our learning: maths in the hall, plenaries…

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A fab first week with the delightful Doves

What a super first week back we have had. Miss Hardman and I have been so impressed with how organised, hardworking and sensible you all are, long may it continue.

We have already taken our learning outside of the classroom a couple of times, enjoyed a fantastic PE session where I was wowed…

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Hello Doves

Hello Doves!

Firstly, I hope you are all enjoying the extra couple of days of the Summer holiday and using them wisely to ensure you are refreshed and ready for an exciting new year at school.   

Miss Hardman and I can’t wait to see you all on Thursday and hear all about your recent…

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*Doves are Investigative Readers

Doves are investigative readers because they search for clues in the text. They also make predictions and search for the meaning of words they don't know by looking them up in a dictionary.


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