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Year 2 – Geography

In Year 2, we have been learning about Madagascar. Did you know Madagascar is famous for it’s vanilla? It supplies 80% of the world’s natural vanilla! Here are some facts we have found out so far.

Year 4 – PSHE

Year 4 had a fantastic time visiting the Police museum when it came to school. We learnt all about how the police force uniform and equipment has changed over time and lots of facts about the Victorian era and how they laws and punishments changed since then for the better!  #lawandorder #britishvalues #police

Reception – Maths

This week, the children in Reception are learning all about counting, ordinality, cardinality and composition of numbers up to 6 through the White Rose Maths scheme and NCETM programme. They have really enjoyed exploring and making the number 6 in different ways.

Year 6 – English Writing

Year 6, have been working extremely hard during their English lessons this week. They have been trying to use ambitious vocabulary and different types of figurative language to describe a street scene during World War 2. We are delighted with their descriptions. Here are a couple of examples of the fantastic work that they have produced.

Year 5 – PSHE

In today’s blog post, we are going to talk about an important topic – mental health. Sometimes life can be overwhelming, and it’s crucial to learn effective coping mechanisms to help us navigate through challenging times. One popular tool we looked at in Year 5 is that many people find it helpful to use stress balls. These small, squishy balls can be squeezed and manipulated, allowing us to release tension and stress!

Year 4 – Computing

Year 4 have been learning about internet safety as part of Internet Safety Day. We looked at technology through time and then made a leaflet on Purple Mash. #internet safety #purplemash #esafety

Pen Licence Winners – SMSC

We are super proud of our latest pen licence winners!  They have worked tirelessly to improve their handwriting and presentation and this award is thoroughly deserved!

Stars of the Week – SMSC

Well done to our winners of the ‘Star of the Week’ award last week!  They have all worked exceptionally hard and we are really proud of their achievements – keep up the good work!

Year 1 – Maths

As mathematicians, Year 1 have explored doubles in different ways. We rolled dice to spot doubles. Then used cubes and magic mirrors. Then we used numicon to double the amount. #WhiteRoseMaths #practical

Year 1 – Art

The three little  pigs didn’t feel safe living in the same town as the wolf. Year 1 created a new land for the wolf to live in. Take a look at their excellent drawing skills.


Well done to our latest recipients of pen licences!  Some children have moved up to having a level 4 or 5 pen and some have achieved level 3 after showing lots of dedication and hard work!  Keep it up!

Year 3 – DT

This week we have been busy designing and starting the making process of a 3D mask of one of the Big 5 in Africa – a lion, inspired by Julie Taymor. We created papier mache using balloons, PVA glue and lots of newspaper. It got very messy!

#Year3  #DimensionsCC  #Art   #JulieTaymor  #LionKing  #3Dmasks

Year 5 – Science

This week, Year 5 conducted a science investigation to determine which exercise has the greatest impact on our heart rates. Our scientists were thorough in ensuring it was a fair test and even used stethoscopes to measure their pulses, before creating a digital line graph using Purple Mash! #dimensionscc #scientists #investigations

Year 2 – Maths

Year 2 have been celebrating Number day! We have been playing games using a dice to count and we have been looking at shapes and their properties. We have created our own repeating patterns using shapes.


Year 4 – Art

Year 4 have been learning about Banksy and his work in art. We learned how he uses his art to give his opinion about events that are happening in the world. Children also imitated this style and drew images to portray slavery.  They added key words to their images #banksy #art #meaningful

Year 6 – Geography

As Geographers, Year 6 used our atlas skills to locate physical features of the UK and located the tallest mountains in the 4 countries. We then located mountains from across the world. To help us visualise their size, we used cubes and noticed that the mountains in the UK are actually quite small! #geography

Year 6 – Science

As scientists, Year 6 investigated which ‘beaks’ are best adapted to pick up different types of ‘seeds’ this week, linked to our work on evolution and inheritance. The investigation was great fun and helped us understand how Darwin came to his conclusions. #Grammarsaurus #year6 #science

Nursery – PSHE

This week in Nursery we have started our new topic, Help is at Hand. We have started to learn about people who help us and different jobs we might have when we grow up. The children have enjoyed learning about doctors and nurses and role playing in the toy hospital this week.

Year 1 – English Writing

This week, Year 1 used their senses to describe a candy house. We thought about the beautiful food we could see and all the beautiful smells. We used audio clips to help us develop our ideas about what we could hear. #description

Stars of the Week – SMSC

Well done to all of our Stars of the Week:  Ismaeel, Aaliyah, Faliha, Maleeha, Jannat and Ash and Willow classes!  The children all tried their best whether it was in their work or performing for their parents in their year group assembly!  We are proud of you all – keep it up!


The boys played in a dodgeball tournament with other schools this week, they showed great team spirit and had an amazing time!  Well done!
 #getset4PE  #dodgeball  #tournament

Yr 5 – Science

Have you ever wondered what flows through your veins?  Budding scientists took over Year 5 this week and created blood samples to find out about the different components in our blood.  Make sure you stop and ask the children in Aspen or Beech who will be able to tell you all about each component and its unique feature!

Year 5 – SMSC

Year 5 were visited by the residents of Brackenhill Court this morning as part of the Intergenerational linking project.  We have been exchanging letters and cards since September, so it was lovely to finally meet in person!  We were able to ask lots of questions and find out about their lives.  We hope we can visit them at Brackenhill Court soon!  #intergenerationallinking #newfriends #brackenhillcourt

Year 6 – Art

This week, the children have enjoyed exploring the wire art sculptures of Pietro D’Angelo. They then created their own sculptures inspired by his work. #Dimensionscurriculum #Art #Year6 #wireart

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