Following on from Remembrance Day Year 1 have been looking at Claude Monet's painting of a poppy field. They used paint to stipple the background and then printed red poppies using a cotton bud. Here is an example of some of their work.
Executive Director of Children's Services letter to our school. We are delighted to share our Ofsted letter from the Director of Children's services, Buckinghamshire.
Children's thoughts from the day: "I found the pumpkins in the Great Hall amazing, I've never seen it dressed with pumpkins before." "It was so much fun, I'll definitely come again!" "Just standing next to the Hogwarts Express, even though it wasn't the real thing, was incredible." "Best school trip ever!" "The spiders [...]
Year 1 have been studying Remembrance Day in their topic and RE lessons. Miss Good and Mrs Herbert took the children to the church to look at the war memorial and to spot features inside the church. The children spent time sketching and reading the names on the memorial. The teachers hope that the children [...]
Year 4 are learning about the Human Digestive System this term. We used zip-lock bags, tights, cups and bowls to model the journey a banana and crackers would take through the body. After a lot of mess and laughter, we are now looking at comparing our digestive system with that of other animals! [...]
Click edit button to change this text. Year 2 have been problem solving with the help of numicon. Mrs Chaplin set the challenge: If Noah saw 12 legs climbing aboard his ark, how many different combinations of animals might he have seen? (ducks= 2 legs, cows= 4 legs, ant= 6 legs, spider= [...]
Little Owls have been busy exploring their new classroom. We are very proud of how all the children have settled in so well, made new friends and are looking after each other; whilst taking on the important job of learning!