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Visit to the Fire Station

On Wednesday 6th December Year 1 went to Wesham Fire Station. First we met Bob the firefighter and he let us all have a go on the fire engine.

The other firefighters showed us their tools and equipment including the jaws of life! The most exciting bit was when we could use the hose to try and…

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Posted by Caron Taylor on 17 December 2017

Category: Year 1


Advent Wreath

Year 6 really enjoyed learning about Advent and making an Advent Wreath. They showed great co-operation skills and their ICT learning helped them to use a search engine to cross check the accuracy and reliability of the information on two different websites so they could find out how each part…

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Posted by Gemma Smith on 23 November 2017

Category: Year 6


Scatter graphs

We have had lots of fun collecting data for our scatter graphs. We measured our height and asked each other our shoe size to see if the two are related. You can see that all the points representing height and shoe size lie approximately along a straight line. This shows that there is a…

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Posted by Gemma Smith on 16 November 2017

Category: Year 6


Thermal insulators year 5


We have been doing a science experiment to investigate thermal insulators. Matthew, a refreshment stall holder, wanted to improve his drinks service and asked Year 5 if they could find out how he could keep his drinks hotter for longer. 

Each child chose a question to…

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Posted by Gemma Smith on 27 October 2017

Category: Year 5


Data handling

In Year 6 we have enjoyed learning lots in ICT. Our learning objective was to present data in a line graph for two cities in the world. First we had to search for this data using a search engine eg Google, Bing. We had to be very precise with what we typed into the search engine eg the average…

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Posted by Gemma Smith on 26 October 2017

Category: Year 6


Perimeter

Year 3 have been learning about what the perimeter is and how to work it out. They have come up with a great way to remember it! Click here to find out how!

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Posted by Caron Taylor on 24 October 2017

Category: Year 3


Maths - Weighing

Year 2 have been busy in Maths this week practising our weighing skills. Once we had weighed boxes of different weights, we then had to compare and work out which was the lightest and which was the heaviest putting them in the correct order.

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Posted by Caron Taylor on 23 October 2017

Category: Year 2


Year 3 Art

We have been learning how to make different colours by mixing paint with varying results! Do you know which colours you have to mix together to make a new colour? Here's your chance!

Try our quiz!

Red + Blue = ?

Blue + Yellow = ?

Yellow + Red = ?

Red + Green = ?

Red + White =…

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Posted by Caron Taylor on 16 October 2017

Category: Year 3


Year 3 - RE

Year 3 have been learning about the Ten Commandments. We decided to go outside to act some of them out. 

Can you tell which ones?

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Posted by Caron Taylor on 16 October 2017

Category: Year 3


Year 6 Science

Our science topic this term is Evolution. In class we have been looking at how the same animals can have different traits and why this might be.

Eva decided to take the investigation further by researching the topic at home. She has produced a very informative booklet about the different…

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Posted by Caron Taylor on 13 October 2017

Category: Year 6


Year 6 Art

In class we have been discussing camouflage in the animal kingdom and the reasons why it is beneficial to various species.

Lydia has produced  a beautiful piece of artwork reflecting this principal. I am sure you will agree! 

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Posted by Caron Taylor on 13 October 2017

Category: Year 6


How does a thermos flask work?

To understand how a thermos flask works we had a go at making our own! We learnt that the aluminium foil is like the reflective lining of the inner chamber of a flask and this prevents radiation, the heat is reflected back towards the liquid. The gap between the two bottles represents the vacuum…

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Posted by Gemma Smith on 12 October 2017

Category: Year 5