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Magnificent Model Making Across the School!

Children across the school have been celebrating their topic work at home this term with some brilliant model making. As you can see, from 10 Downing Street to African wildlife -  a cardboard box can be turned into anything! Our children have also used some excellent...

Spectacular, Stunning Stonehenges!

Stonehenge is the most famous, and the most spectacular, of all Britain's prehistoric monuments. Year 3 have once again amazed us with their creativity in designing and making their own replicas of Stonehenge. The whole school has loved marveling at their incredible...

Stepping into the Stone Age!

Today history came alive for Year 3! We had a wonderful trip to Kents Cavern stepping back in time to visit a truly spectacular cave. We were amazed to learn that we were visiting the oldest human dwelling in North-West Europe and it was incredible to discover all...

Brilliant Bubbles in Year 4

Year 4 enthusiastically participated in our whole school British Science Week project this term. Each class across the school let the children's questions lead their learning and we all ended up exploring bubbles in lots of different ways. In year 4, class 9 wanted to...

BUBBLEMANIA

As part of British Science Week, the whole school explored and investigated bubbles. In Year 2, the children explored these questions: What makes better bubbles, cold or warm water? What can you use to make bubbles? Can you make the balloon sink? Which liquid is the...

Terrific tools!

The Stone Age was a time in history when early humans used tools and weapons made out of stone. Those tools were simple but they made lives easy. Have a look at some of the truly terrific tools we have made as part of our Homework Learning journey in Year 3 this week.

Parent Consultations

KS1 and KS2 parent consultations are taking place w/c 18th March 2019. Letters have been sent home via bookbags, and are also downloadable via the link below:Parent Consultation letter

Funding update

Please click below to read letter from Mr Gilronan regarding current funding issues.Update - school funding issues

The first artists in the world

Thousands of years ago, people painted in very different places! They actually created paintings on the walls of deep, dark caves. Some of these paintings have been preserved over time, and help us to discover more about ancient people. To learn about the first known...