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This week we have had a delivery of 31 trees donated from the Woodland Trust. Pupils from our...

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We are delighted to be supporting the NSPCC by taking part in Number Day on Friday 7th May 2021...

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We would like to offer a warm welcome to all the Reception 2021 children and their families who...

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This week, we have started many new units of learning which have been really exciting. Yet again, I...

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Another great week in Y6.

In Maths, our learning continued with fractions where we simplified, ordered and compared. We will continue with this concept next week.

In English this week, we have completed our story write considering our audience at all times. Next week we will focus on images from Carding Mill to create descriptions for study work.

During book club, our focus has been on fact retrieval. We have used different speech bubbles to answer questions fully.

We continued to look at rivers this week in preparation for our Geography educational field trip. This new knowledge was put to the test on location as we impressed the National Trust leaders. Well done Y6.

Although our visit took place on a very wet November day, all activities and walks were undertaken with enthusiasm and respect. Thank you Y6 you are troopers. The landscape was absolutely beautiful and will inspire, I'm sure, some engaging descriptions. We followed our visit up with model making in class, using images from our visit. Thought was carefully put into the models as hills, streams, rivers, tributaries and confluences were recreated. We will put our final touches to them next week.

New homework has been set and will be reviewed next Friday.

We have worked together today to review the online Spag.com homework activities. The subjunctive form has been our stumbling block and we will look into this further.

In readiness for our Design and Technology unit on recyclable clothing, I would like to ask for your help in resourcing some recycled materials. Items could be; unwanted cable ties, netting from fruit, straws, egg boxes, bubble wrap, cardboard inner rolls, yoghurt pots, plastic bottles and lids of any shape or size, plastic bags and any other items you think could be of use.

Just a quick reminder about our visit to Barclays Bank on Thursday 16th November. If you have not yet sent in permission, please could you do.

Have a lovely weekend.

Mrs B.

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