Class 3 have thoroughly enjoyed Science week, and studying the concept of...
In Class 4 we have been learning about the different types of...
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I am really please to share some very exciting news!
A group of children from class 5 have had their solution published on the Nrich website.
Click on the following link to see their great work.
Well done children!
Last Thursday night the Year 6 children hosted an evening for their parents. We donated £82 to Cancer Research this morning and have invested in some new wet playtime games for class 5 for next year.
I was just like to say a big thank you to the Class 2 parents for my beautiful flowers and presents. It has been a wonderful 5 years and I have been privileged to meet some wonderful children, and their parents, over that time. I shall miss you all.
Love Mrs Lambert
Just to remind all the children in Year 6 to bring in a baby photograph for the host evening on Thursday.
The Year 6 Leavers assembly will be held at school on Thursday 18th July at 09.15-10.15 approximately.
Parents/Carers are welcome – unfortunately due to the size of the hall and seating arrangements there is a maximum of two adults per child.
Any further questions please speak to Mrs Anderson or the office
A member of our class has been hard at work in the kitchen creating a space themed cake for our topic work.
In Class 4 we have been learning about the different types of angles and how we can easily identify them. Today we looked at estimating and accurately measuring angles with a protractor! For some of us it was our first time using a protractor and we were super impressed with how close our estimates were. We looked at a shape on our tables and worked out all of the angles that were there.
Wow! I am absolutely blown away by the fantastic projects that have been made by Class 4 which show the solar system. There have been loads of fabulous ideas, all different from each other, from pom poms, shoe box dioramas, powerpoints, solar system themed games and many more! Thank you to all the children and grown ups that helped make these, they’ve created an amazing display in our classroom.
I would like to say a massive well done to the year 5 children in my class for their fantastic totem poles created as part of our Native American topic. So much thought and effort has gone in to them and the end results are very impressive!