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There's only one way to investigate Centripetal Force... Grab the bucket and SWIIIIING!Click to see images
The new topic in Y6 was "Blood Heart". There was an ox's heart hidden in a special box in the room, which the children had to find. They then wore gloves and handled the heart to generate questions such as, what are the different tubes for? Why is it so heavy? Why is there so much fat? What different colours are there? The expressions on the faces say it all!Click to see images
They had grown fat in their pot... They had spun their cocoons... They metamorphosed... They emerged! It was time to set them free into the sunshine and fresh air.Click to see images
SATs were finished. Then there were columns to be climbed, ropes and harnesses to strap on, there were some sheer faces to ascend. Year 6 don't look doooown!Click to see images
It was a great trip to York Dungeons to launch the new theme of Pestilence. Even Miss Shadforth's nerves of steel were tested. Scary stuff!Click to see images
Year 6 learnt all about Mexico as part of their topic "Hola Mexico!". What better way to round off the learning than with guacamole, salsa and mojito mocktails. Hola hola comida sabrosa!Click to see images
The theme in Year Five was "Allotment" so everyone made fruit-art in the style of Guiseppe Archimboldo. Check out the Broccoli hair-do!Click to see images
The Digital Leaders designed their own "Jack and the Beanstalk" Bee-Bot mats and brought them down to Reception. The Reception children had to work out how to get the Bee-Bot from the Giant's castle back down to the cottage, or from the cow to the market. Fee-fi-fo-coding!Click to see images
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Early Years Sports Day
Jun 25 2018 @ 10:00
Y1 - Y6 Sports Day
Jun 25 2018 @ 14:15
Reception New Starters Meeting
Jun 27 2018 @ 11:30
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