Archive | November, 2016

Gardening News 23.11.16

Although the weather was fair, the ground was too wet to dig or weed. But, as always, there was something to do. The children started to weed the raised beds on the infant playground. Those dandelion roots were enormous! They planted some Box balls from some pots, which were made available for crocus planting for the Reception more »

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Stars Assembly 28 November

Congratulations to all our award winners: This week, we are celebrating children who have demonstrated resourcefulness in their learning and children who have been a good citizen to their friends, their class or the school. Here’s the Southill Squirrel. She likes to encourage resourceful learning! and, in news from our children’s clubs… Myiah has won an award more »

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Gardening News 16.11.16

Luckily, the weather was kind to us. Approximately  600 crocus bulbs were planted. We thought the path to the outdoor classroom would look rather lovely lined with crocus flowers in the spring. The children cut a square of turf with their spades; then lifted it off, placed their bulbs the right way up in the square hole, finally, more »

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Loom Band Club

Looming has begun! It may have proven tricky at first but, as Aiden so brilliantly stated, ‘We just keep on going and we don’t give up!’ Big thank you to Heidi from Year 5 for showing us all the way.   More looming next week…   Miss Chetland  

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Shape Park is nearly upon us…

In Year 5 we are gearing towards the grand opening of Shape Park! The children will be required to learn all about the Shaposaurs in order to become effective tour guides when taking people around the park. They will need to learn its features, knowing how many edges, faces and vertices each creature has. The children will also more »

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