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This week Kestrels enjoyed an interesting and interactive afternoon with Jayne from United Utilities.
Jayne spent the afternoon teaching the children all about the water cycle and discussing different ways we can all save water around the home and school.
The children found the afternoon…
Year 4's please do not forget that you need to bring some clothes with you (shorts, t-shirts, leggings) for swimming this week as well as your costume/shorts, which you will wear underneath. This is to enable you to fully participate in the lifesaving activities.
Year 3 children just need their…
The children in Owls class loved having a writing workshop with Dan Worsley this week. He supported the children in highlighting a text to 'magpie' words and phrases that caught their attention and guided them their planning of their own story. The children created some excellent stories with…
The children in Owls thoroughly enjoyed meeting their visitor Dave, who was representing United Utilities. He discussed the water cycle in great detail and how everyone can save water. The children learnt lots of exciting facts and have each made a water saving promise.
The children in Kestrels have loved starting our new topic all about water this week.
We have set up our own experiment to see what happens to different materials when they are left in water for long periods of time and we have began to explore the book This Morning I Met a Whale by Michael…
The children in Owls have been enjoying the story Why the Whales Came to link in with our Water, Water, Everywhere theme.
The children really enjoyed the outdoor orienteering activities we completed by continuing the theme of electricity. The children had to find clues around our school grounds which each had a letter on. These letters were jumbled up and they had to solve the clues to work out the electrical key…
All the children in Owls' Class have absolutely loved our electricity topic this half term. They were really excited to learn about how electrical circuits work and enjoyed exploring the different elements to a circuit and testing how to make them a complete circuit and light up the bulb and/or…
Last week we really enjoyed some "hands on" experience making electrical circuits.
The children in Owls all loved creating circuits in science. Can you remember what a complete circuit and an incomplete circuit is? What do you notice about them both?
The children in Owls all wrote a poem using lots of descriptive words. We all discussed how to make our poem interesting for the reader by using expression and voice intonation. Everyone read their poem out in class and did a fantastic job. Well done Owls.
We had a fantastic Reading Day!! First we listened to an exciting story told by Dan Worsley. After that, we listened to Mr Cooper tell us about his experience of the CG Dragon that morning. At break time we discovered that a dragon's egg had been discovered and there was real CCTV coverage of the…