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Tropical Fish in KS1

Year 1 and 2 Art club have been drawing and painting tropical fish. Here they are with their colourful fish head...

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Time to Read

 The Reception class are very excited to have received their Book Trust delivery! Each year the Book Trust charity provides each child in the Reception class with a ‘Time to Read’ pack containing a colourful reading book and information to help support reading at...

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Year 5 in Space

As part of our topic on the Earth, Sun and Moon, Year 5 have been studying the relative sizes of these parts of our Solar System, along with the distance between each of them in space. The children thoroughly enjoyed creating a scale model of the Earth, Sun and Moon...

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Transition Listening Walk

The children in Transition have been learning to use their 'magic listening ears' this week! We enjoyed hunting for sounds both inside and outside. The children were able to talk about the different environmental sounds they heard, and practised copying different...

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Why is Anne Frank famous?

As part of a topic focusing on biography and autobiography, Year 4 created explanatory posters about Anne Frank, writing about her life and the impact that her diary has had on the lives of others. This writing and understanding, acts as a precursor to the study of a...

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The Tiger Who Came to Tea in Transition!

The children in Transition have been sharing the story 'The Tiger Who Came to Tea'. We talked about the story characters and described the story setting. The children then worked independently to sequence story pictures.  We created tiger masks in art, and have been...

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The House Captains are revealed

Today, Year 6 children gave speeches to the rest of their House members outlining their plans for their House for the forthcoming year.  After several nail biting moments counting the votes, Kanye was elected House Captain for Kenilworth, Uthman was elected for Ludlow...

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Norfolk House is invaded by The Gruffalo!

Prepare to be Scared! The Reception children had their very own Gruffalo trail in the garden this week. The children’s hunting skills were put to the test when they became ‘Gruffalo Spotters’. The children used their knowledge of this well-known monster to search for...

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Parachute Fun in the September sun

The Reception children enjoyed a PE lesson using the parachute this week. The task was to lift the parachute high above their heads on the count of three. Each child then took turns to run with the Gruffalo toy under the parachute to the other side. Fabulous fun as...

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