Captain Cook

Captain Cook

Year 2 children had lots of fun becoming different people from Captain Cook’s life!

Class 5E Feudal System

Class 5E Feudal System

Today, the children learnt about the ‘feudal system’ as part of their Peasants, Princes and Pestilence topic. Ask them; what were the four ranks?

Post box Walk

Post box Walk

We are looking forward to our little walk to the post box tomorrow (attempt number 2). Thank you to all the parents that are willing to accompany us. Can you please arrive at school for 1:20pm? Please ensure all of the children have a coat with them tomorrow. Thank you, Reception staff.

Year 5 Homework.

Year 5 Homework.

We have been delighted with the amazing homework activities that the year group have been working on and returning to school. The children have certainly risen to the challenge and shown how creative they can be. We have had research about famous medieval characters, letters written from a child in the time of the plague, family coat […]

Read, Write, Inc

Read, Write, Inc

Children in Reception have produced some wonderful writing of their sounds “with a Whoosh” as part of their homework. Keep up the hard work children!

A Knights Tale

A Knights Tale

The children have thrown themselves into our topic work; Peasants, Princes and Pestilence yet again! We have had some amazing sketches of knights in their full armour this afternoon. Ask them; ‘what is a mail skirt?’

Talk for Writing!

Talk for Writing!

This week, we have been reading The Knight’s Tale by Geoffrey Chaucer. The children are having a blast putting actions to words to help them remember the story. Ask them to retell it to you!

Poverty and wealth

Poverty and wealth

year  fives first R,E topic . we are looking at different  charities  and asking  questions about who needs them and why they are needed in our society.

Comparing measures.

Comparing measures.

Today , Year 2 have been comparing measurements bigger and smaller than 30 centimetres . The children measured objects in their classroom and wrote the number sentence in their books using the appropriate > or < symbol.

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