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Church Sleepover!

WOW! What an absolutely fantastic time…. We began our great experience by taking part in some exciting activities outside. Mrs Openshaw planned a scavenger hunt and exploration around the church…

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4R Thank You

Thank you for attending our sharing assembly and for the wonderful comments. We are so proud of them for being so brave and starting off the sharing assemblies! For those…

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Non Chronological Reports

Year 4 have been exploring the features of a non chronological report. We used a rather boring information text and organised it into sections/paragraphs. Next, we discussed the technical language…

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4R Sharing Assembly

We cannot wait to ‘host’ the first assembly in a while! Please could the children come to school dressed in their Viking Costumes (from Viking Day) on Friday 8th October?…

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Viking Sculptures using clay

Here are some photos of the children in year four using clay to make Viking sculptures.

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Church Sleepover Details

We are really pleased to provide the children with this exciting opportunity. After a recent meeting with Mrs Openshaw (Church Links and School Governor), here are some finer details for…

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Church Sleepover Packing List

As promised, please see below a packing list for the Church Sleepover: a torch water bottle sleeping bag or small duvet blanket/mat for underneath wellie boots and a plastic bag…

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Spelling Pattern – verb endings

The children have been learning the spelling rules and patterns for changing the tense of a verb (past, present and future). To become an expert at this, the children need…

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New Nursery and Hall are Open

On Friday 24th September 2021 Sarah Openshaw, the chair of our Teaching and Learning Council, proudly opened our new learning spaces. We have waited a long time to be rid…

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Viking Day

We had a great day yesterday living life as a Viking. We completed different jobs such as weaving, creating ink and clay modelling, to find out what is was like…

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