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Y1 Tea Party. Jolly good what?

February 26, 2015
Year One enjoyed a delicious afternoon tea fit for the Queen to start their theme of "Bright Lights, Big City".
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Y2 Street Detectives

February 13, 2015
Y2 went out into the world of Hemlington and looked at the buildings. Upon returning to school, they planned, designed and recreated what they had seen through the medium of textured cardboard boxes.
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2-Some-of-the-models-were-painted-and-then-the-children-added-other-features

3-We-worked-carefully-to-try-to-make-them-the-best-we-could

4-We-helped-each-other-because-some-bits-were-fiddly

5-We-used-a-range-of-skills

6-We-also-used-a-range-of-materials

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Baking for Unicef

February 13, 2015
It's in a good cause and it tastes great.  These are the citizens of our future society.
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The Great Y2 Bake-off

February 13, 2015
Choosing, sourcing, baking and selling biscuits in school  A how-to guide:
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2-The-posters-were-put-up-in-the-EY-KS1-areas1

3-We-voted-on-which-type-of-biscuit-the-group-would-like-to-make1

4-The-mixture-was-hard-to-stir1

5-Everyone-took-a-turn1

6-We-made-a-dough-and-rolled-it-into-balls1

7-We-had-to-be-gentle-with-the-dough-it-was-soft1

8-Then-we-rolled-the-balls-in-crushed-cornflakes1

9-We-placed-the-balls-of-dough-on-baking-trays-to-go-in-the-oven1

10-We-made-over-100-biscuits1

11-We-displayed-the-biscuits-in-our-shop1

12-We-dressed-up-in-clothes-as-people-from-100-years-ago-would-have-done1

13-The-children-chose-which-biscuits-they-would-like-and-we-put-them-in-paper-bags

14-We-sold-the-biscuits-for-20p-each

15-Our-shop-was-very-busy

Engage! Nusery find out about the Queen (amongst other things)

February 13, 2015
Getting to grips with the Queen in Nursery.
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Y5 Space Assembly

February 13, 2015
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Robinwoooood!!!

February 4, 2015
Look at the mud!  Look at the climbing!  Look at the smiley faces!  Children did things they didn't think they could ever do.  Children learnt things about their own strength and resolve. 
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Japanese Kites

February 4, 2015
Year 1 made Japanese kites to fly as part of their Weather Theme.
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Gadzooks! Sir Richard came to show us the knightly armour. For Honour!

January 28, 2015
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Getting into intestines with Y4

January 28, 2015
Y4 used SCIENCE to find out how we digest our food.  Yummy...?
1.-Digestion-kit

2.-Hands-working-as-teeth-to-mash-up-the-food.

3.-Adding-the-saliva-water.

4.-Breaking-bread-was-easy-mixed-with-saliva-water-it-was-not-as-nice

5.-Mashing-up-the-meal.

6.-Pouring-the-food-down-the-oesophagus-into-the-stomach.

7.-Down-the-oesophagus-it-goes

8.-Adding-the-digestive-juices-to-the-stomach.

9.-Mixing-up-the-food-with-digestive-juices

10.-Food-from-the-stomach-moves-down-the-intestines

11.-Pushing-the-food-dow-the-intestines

12.-The-waste-from-the-end-of-the-intestine.

13.-The-end-product-waste

14.-The-end-product.

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