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  • Latest Blog Post

    Published 05/04/19, by Lucy Estall

    This week in English we have been looking at editing and improving our work!

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  • Friday 29th March 2019

    Published 29/03/19, by Lucy Estall

    This week we celebrated Multicultural Week. 

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  • Friday 22nd March 2019

    Published 29/03/19, by Lucy Estall

    This week in Science we have created started our topic for Habitats.

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  • Friday 15th March 2019

    Published 21/03/19, by Lucy Estall

    This week in English we have been learning all about traditional tales and stories from other cultures.

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  • Friday 8th March 2019

    Published 10/03/19, by Lucy Estall

    We had an amazing time on Thursday dressing up and everyone made such a brilliant effort. Thank you!

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  • Friday 1st March 2019

    Published 04/03/19, by Lucy Estall

    This week we have had a fantastic week celebrating all things Science! 

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  • Friday 22nd February 2019

    Published 21/02/19, by Lucy Estall

    This week in English we have been learning all about poetry. We have worked hard to learn a poem by heart and created actions to help.

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  • Friday 9th November 2018

    Published 23/11/18, by Lucy Estall

    We have read the story The Bear and the Piano.

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  • Friday 16th November 2018

    Published 16/11/18, by Lucy Estall

    After reading the Bear and the Piano last week we have written our own stories.

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  • Friday 29th June 2018

    Published 03/07/18, by Lucy Estall

    During our super trip to Legoland we had an amazing workshop covering the oceans and continents, before constructing some famous landmarks.

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  • Friday 8th June 2018

    Published 14/06/18, by Admin

    This week we have been looking at the work of Oliver Jeffers. 

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  • Friday 11th May 2018

    Published 11/05/18, by Jo Concannon

    More and more dinosaurs. This week we moved on to using the present tense to explain what is happening at each stage of a fossil being formed. 

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