All children enjoyed an extra Physical Education lesson this week from a team of specialist sports coaches. The Junior children tried their hand at fencing and archery. The specialised kit helped pupils parry their foils (only foam!) and hit the bullseye with their bow. Whilst the Infant children enjoyed a musical theatre experience, learning [...]
dancing y2 2018 1 Our traditional May dancing and singing was held on the final day of the half term. The inclement weather did not stop our performance to parents, as we gathered in the Bernard Hall. The children performed three Spring themed songs, followed by delightful traditional country dancing. Polished performances [...]
Mystery eggs found! Early today Years 1 and 2 of Cuddington and Dinton School found two shiny, smooth eggs in their lerning area. The eggs were first discovered at 9.10am. The eggs were white and shiny. They were 15.5cm long but had not been touched yet. In the lerning area the eggs were nestled [...]
Years I and 2 have enjoyed a wonderful end of term as their topic finale on 'Castles'. On Monday they went to Warwick Castle and spent the day scaling the battlements, exploring the gaol and learning about life in Medieval times. Hear thee! Hear thee! Years 1 and 2 then had the most wonderful [...]
Year 1 and 2 enjoyed a fabulous day at Warwick Castle, as a culmination to their Castles topic. The bright and sunny weather helped us to explore every corner of the Castle. We loved climbing up onto the battlements, running under the portcullis, getting lost in the maze , eating lunch at banqueting tables [...]
In year 2 we have been studying the book, The Great Paper Caper, in which a bear is suspected of chopping down trees in a forest. The animals launch an investigation and seal off the crime scene, take paw prints and interview witnesses. The bear eventually admits that he has been using the wood [...]
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= [...]
Last week the Infant children learnt about and celebrated Chinese New Year. They made traditional lanterns, found out about the different animal years and even did some Chinese dancing. 新年快乐!
Visitors to Waddesdon Manor this Christmas must look out for the Christmas Tree our Infant children designed and made. Our contribution to the seasonal decorations will be displayed on the stairs as you exit the Manor tour with an opportunity to vote for your favourite tree. No guesses which...
We began the morning listening to the story of Rama and Sita and finding out why Diwali is celebrated. Over the course of the day we all had a try at four different activities: Making coconut barfi sweets; Indian dancing; making clay diva lamps and exploring Hindu artefacts. At the end of the day everyone [...]