Road Trip USA

Class 3 had an exciting start to the term, getting to learn all about their new Creative Curriculum topic, ‘Road Trip USA’. They polished up their orienteering skill and explored the grounds of the school, ‘flying’ to different locations, learning all about different cities across the states. Each child had their own passport, which they had to get stamped after each destination, allowing them to travel to their next stop. Whether it was learning about the ‘Buffalo Bayou’ in Huston or the ‘Golden Gate Bridge’ in San Francisco, the children showed fantastic team work and resolve throughout their travels! Ukulele Every Friday, the children have the fantastic Paul and Nadia in school to teach u

A Space Aged Mystery!

A very surprising event happened on Monday morning! The Infants were quietly listening to a story in the classroom when all of a sudden a crash, bang and wallop was heard! It seemed to have come from the playground! The children instantly wanted to investigate and to our amazement there appeared to be a wreckage from an unidentified machine! After a thorough investigation of the debris and after much discussion, the children concluded that it was an alien spacecraft which must have crash landed. Fortunately, there was no sign of any alien life form however our studies and investigation work continues in earnest!

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Bear Necessities

On Thursday Class 4 set off on an expedition to visit the only polar bears in England, who are homed at the Yorkshire Wildlife Park. Their topic this half term is Frozen Kingdom; an opportunity to learn about the incredible environments of the Arctic and Antarctic. On arrival at the park we visited the meerkats; it was quite early and a little chilly and most were curled up in their enclosure, rather than being outside, although a couple were perched high on the rocks on look-out duty. After leaving the meerkats, we headed towards the woodland walk, which is home to the baboons and the painted dogs. There were two large baboons perched on top of large poles and a much younger baboon who was

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