Year 4 – Romans

Milites, ut parati! Year 4 received a very special letter from Claudius, Emperor of Rome and General of the Roman army, inviting them to become one of his noble soldiers. After writing him a response detailing their strengths and skills, the children were accepted in to his legions and participated in a range of actvities […]

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Year 4 – Drawing Sketch Maps

In Year 4, we have been learning how to draw sketch maps of the local area using Ordnance Survey symbols and a key. We looked at google earth to see a birds eye view of the local area and then saw how this translated on to an Ordnance Survey map. We noted some of the […]

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Year 5 – Geography

Year 5 were learning to compare regions in the UK by looking at the most common types of farming in that area. They created posters looking at what a particular type of farming is and why it would be more prevalent in that area of the UK.

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Climate Learning Week

For Climate Learning Week, the children participated in a range of activities across the school. Reception talked about warming weather and how it affects the polar regions. They watched the ice melt in their model outside and measured the water. They predicted that the rising water would cover the stones and land will disappear. In Year 2, […]

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Year 5 Trip – British Museum

On Monday, year 5 visited the British Museum to see the African galleries and the famous Benin Bronzes. After arriving, we took our art books and made sketches of the bronzes which we will use as material for developing our own sculptures next week. At 12pm the children attended a talk given by the museum […]

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