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Nursery                                    58

Reception                                  116

Year 1                                       118

Year 2                                      118

Year 3                                      120

Year 4                                      118

Year 5                                      119

Year 6                                      119



Our classes are as follows:





Mango Class          Peach Class

Mrs N Waller                 Mrs N Waller






                      Lime Class     Orange Class    Pear Class     Plum Class

     Mrs Romano               Ms Chung            Mrs George/         Miss Jackson

                                                      Miss Stuckey         


Reception were very excited to have a visit from Walter who brought along lots of his minibeast friends. The children even got to hold some of the animals and we learnt lots of wonderful facts. Among Walter’s friends was a Tenrec, a snake, an African snail, a scorpion, a stick insect and a tarantula. We are really looking forward to exploring and learning more about minibeasts this half term!

Year 1



       Aspen Class  Juniper Class  Poplar Class   Spruce Class 

               Mr Jones        Miss Hughes        Miss Physick         Miss Parkar


This half term Year 1 have been reading the story ‘Winnie’s Amazing Pumpkin’ by Korky Paul. We loved having our parents in to read the story with us.

Winnie loves vegetables and makes soup for Wilbur. We made our own vegetable soup. It tasted delicious.

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When Winnie rides on her broomstick she sees an aerial view. We walked to Dallow Downs to see what an aerial view looked like. We could see really far! We saw the airport, the train station and even Beech Hill.

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Winnie tries growing her own vegetables but she wasn’t very patient. We have planted our own vegetables too and we are patiently waiting for them to grow!

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We have learned about the different parts of a plant. We picked some flowers to see if we could find all the different parts.

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Year 2



           Apple Class   Elm Class   Hazel Class     Laurel Class

      Miss Workman      Mrs Barnes/      Miss Basharat          Miss Mullins

                             Mrs Hussain


Y2 enjoyed a dinosaur workshop where children acted like different dinosaurs
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As part of Y2's Maths challenge they looked at capacity, measure and ordered the objects from heaviest to lightest.
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During Science Day Y2 children tried to make a balloon hovercraft.
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Y2 children had great fun investigating 'does the tallest person have the biggest head?'



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Rainforest Animal Visit
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Year 3



    Oak Class       Plane Class  Whitebeam Class  Yew Class

      Mrs Iqbal              Miss Choudhury          Miss Simons              Mr Hawkins

                                                                                 Miss Ladbrook


Year Three had a visit from a dentist and workshop about the importance of keeping teeth health, focusing on what food they should eat and what they should drink and how to brush their teeth properly. They were all given goody bags which included a timer which tells them how long they should brush their teeth for.

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Year 4



         Willow Class  Birch Class Chestnut Class  Hornbeam Class

             Mrs Clarke        Mr Azad/         Miss Mayley            Miss Olney

                                               Mrs Unnisa

Year 5




   Maple Class    Holly Class    Rowan Class     Elder Class

         Ms Daly             Mr Golder               Mr Lyon              Miss Chowdhury


Fair Trade Workshop

Last term visitors from Fair Trade delivered workshops to Holly, Rowan, Elder and Maple Classes. They explained what Fair Trade is and how it helps local businesses and projects in poorer countries. The children discovered the process of making a premier league football in Sialkot Pakistan, where 70% of the world’s footballs are made.

We found out how children in some countries in Africa make their own footballs because they can’t afford to buy them – we had a go at making them ourselves. Here’s what you do:

You will need: an old newspaper, 2 or 3 old carrier bags and a few long pieces of string.

  1. Scrunch sheets of newspaper into tight balls.
  2. Wrap carrier bags tightly around the newspaper and tie the rest into a knot.
  3. Tie several pieces of string around the outside of the ball to hold it in place.

Try it…it works!






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Year 6




      Cherry Class  Cypress Class    Larch Class        Pine Class

           Mrs Guidici          Mrs Gibbs/            Miss Ni Luian             Mrs Chabata

                                 Mr Paterson