Harvest assembly

Last week we took part in a Harvest assembly. 

We worked really hard to have loud, clear voices and to remember our lines. We learned all about the importance of sharing harvest to save the World. 

All of the teachers and our parents/carers were very proud of us!

Year 3

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Category: Year 3 blog

Volcanoes

This term we have created volcanoes. We used paper mache to make the right shape, then we painted them showing the magma chamber and vents inside as well as the outside. They looked fantastic and we had so much fun making them erupt like real volcanoes. 

Year 3 

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Stairway to...

Today, we were trying to create an optical illusion of a 'stairway through our desks.' We did this by; drawing a square without a ruler, separating this into quarters, drawing diagonal lines through the smaller sections and joining them together with straight ones through the larger segments. We…

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Category: Year 6 Blog

Our very own Indiana Jones....

Yesterday, I brought in my extremely fascinating collection of fossils. We have been learning about Evolution and Fossilisation in class, so I decided to show these to my friends. I passed them around the class so that everybody in class could see and feel them...(even the fossil Dinosaur poo!)…

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Category: Year 6 Blog

New Term, New Year Six...

Welcome back to the Year Six blog, It has been a while hasn't it! Ourselves and Mr Brammer are looking forward to a very exciting year in which we have lots of amazing things planned as well as having to work extremely hard...

Stay tuned for more updates throughout the year...

That's all…

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Roman feast

We had a Roman feast today. We had to lie down to eat the food like the Romans did. We tried celery, dates, pomegranate, figs and honey. We ate with our fingers like the Romans would have done. We didn't like it.... WE LOVED IT!!!

year 3 

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Category: Year 3 blog

Archaeologists

We looked at 3 different poos. One was a Stone Age poo, one was a Roman poo and one was a modern day poo. We were learning about what different people ate. We found carrots, sweetcorn and raisins in the modern poo. We found melon seeds, fish bones, mouse bones, olive stones and barley in the Roman…

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Category: Year 3 blog

Roman shields

We have created shields using cardboard and paint. We went outside and practised the Roman turtle formation and realised how tricky it would be to protect yourself in a battle! It was all about teamwork to stay safe! 

Year 3

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Category: Year 3 blog

Roman day

Today we have been dressed as Romans! We have had lots of fun making shields, helmets, having a Roman feast and being archaeologists to find out what Romans ate. Thanks to all of the parents for their effort with the children's costumes. They all looked fantastic! 

Year 3

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Category: Year 3 blog

Fair throwing

Today we have looked at treating people fairly. Miss Hulse asked us to throw screwed up paper in to the bin to become rich and happy but the bin was closer to some people. The people at the front got a better chance at getting the piece of paper in the bin and the people who are at the back didn't…

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Category: Year 3 blog

The Terrific Triathlon

On the 29th of June, we had our amazing triathlon at Pool Park in Ormskirk. In the triathlon, you swim, cycle and then run. The ducks thought it was quacking! The swimming was won by Olivia Dowling, followed by Alicia Corrie and then Erin Dickinson. The changing rooms were very hot, but that would…

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Category: Year 4/5 Blog

Bob the Mariachi

Ole! 

Bob was so grateful to Chloe for his wonderful new hat! He instantly wanted to put it on and he has been playing Mexican music on the guitar ALL AFTERNOON!

Aye Aye Ayeeeee! 

 

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Category: Year 6 Blog