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The nursery toy shop

The nursery children have been reading price labels and counting out the coins that they need in order to go shopping.

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Computing in Year 5

In Computing, Year 5 are learning about coding. Jemmyl and his best friend – Leilani are ‘debugging’ an algorithm they wrote. Melissa is using Mr Hin’s computer! Ella, Kamile and Damien are coding. With a few tweaks, Roshan and Yinka’s program works.

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English in Year 5

In English, Year 5 are learning about story writing. The children are using relative pronouns, subordinate clauses…and a moustache. Role-play will help the children’s creativity and language skills. Tracy and Akofa are really into their roles!

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Science in Year 5

In science, the children are currently learning about ‘forces’. The children will be investigating the effects of air resistance. Melissa, Andre, Louis and Nellija are all hard at work preparing their parachute – go team! Denis, Ella and Timi are also working well together. Hannah is helping Michael with his work.

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Friendship Week

During Friendship Week, Year 6 joined together with Year 5 and took up a challenge to make the tallest tower out of spaghetti. This was hard work and most importantly required teamwork. Everyone was soon working together with their spaghetti, bits of Plasticine and sticky tape to create the tallest possible tower.

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2C’s Christmas Hoop

2C have been busy this week preparing for their Christmas hoop. Look out for our sparkling stars along the John Perry corridor!      

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Up Periscope

In science, Year 6 have been studying Light. We have found out that light travels in straight lines. We made periscopes using cereal boxes and showed that light bounces off the two mirrors into our eyes and lets us see objects round corners or above windows.  

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Merry Christmas
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A Mad Mad World
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What’s that you’re humming?

Year 4 are currently learning about performance poetry. They have read a variety of poems and have attempted to ‘act’ them out.

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