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Haiku Poems, Skeletons and more! Read the rest of this entry »


Year 4 – Digestive System

This week children in year 4 class have been learning all about the digestive system. Read the rest of this entry »



Hello – My apologies for not blogging for the last couple of weeks, time in school seems to have taken on a new meaning! I could not help but blog this week to mention how fantastic our Year 6 children have been throughout their end of Key Stage Statutory Assessments. The hard work and application of the children was fantastic and regardless of the numbers and scores that come back they can proudly say they gave their all, which is all we can ask of them. Thank you to parents and carers also for helping us foster the ‘relaxed but focussed’ approach which has served them so well.

I’ve attached a copy of the key dates newsletter below  and I’ve also got one update on the app/communication issue.

I am aware that we consulted on this earlier in the year and the results were in favour of an electronic method, alongside a paper option, not just of communication but also to allow a streamlining of certain things such as payments and letters. I am talking to a couple of providers but the contracts are tied in with other services we already take out so the timing means this will likely be something introduced either at the end of this academic year or the beginning of the next.

The wheels are turning but only slowly!  Read the rest of this entry »

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Year 3 – Another busy week

Following on from our Predator visit to Into the Wild, the children have been creating their own predator fact books.  Some of the children also wanted to tell you about what they have been doing in maths. Read the rest of this entry »


Year 5 Residential to Bridlington and The Deep

This week we joined two other schools in our Academy Trust for a visit to Bridlington and a sleepover at The Deep. It was a fantastic opportunity for learning and making new friends.

Read on to find out what our year 5 children thought… Read the rest of this entry »