Easter cards

Children enjoyed creating easter cards on Wednesday. They all tried to create a purple flower or butterfly in the centre of their card using layers of paper. There are so many talented and creative children in middle school that we end up with such a beautiful array of crafts by the…

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Easter carrot hunt

Middle school had a fab morning searching for easter carrots.They were so good at finding them that they all ended up with pockets full! 
The children were thrilled that they could exchange their carrots for 'bunny change' and get an easter egg!

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Stone age day

As part of our topic for the half-term, the children took part in a 'stone age day'. These activities started when children walked into the classroom to find animal skins on the floor and antlers, skulls and other stone age items. After some exploration, we started off with fire-lighting in the…

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Stone age fire lighting

As part of our stone age day, the children had the opportunity to try some primitive fire-lighting. They used a ferro rod to create sparks to begin with. We were so proud that every single child managed to do this part as it can be quite tricky. Next, the children tried to use their sparks to set…

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Stolen Carrots!

Oh my goodness we have had a very exciting morning, it all started when Alex found a letter that had mysteriously appeared in the classroom.

The children were very, very excited by the letter and Maddison told us all that she knew that the Easter Bunny could be invisible and hide behind trees…

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Easter ‘carrot’ Hunt!

The rain cleared up just in time for Upper School to go outside and search for all the hidden carrots this morning! The children thoroughly enjoyed the hunt and appreciated the Easter eggs waiting for them when we got back into the warmth of the classroom. 
Thank you to Claire Nash and the…

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Easter Role Plays

The children in Upper School have spent the afternoon recreating scenes from the Easter Story and thinking about the impact it had on Jesus’ friends. They did a brilliant job and retold each scene with thoughtfulness and understanding. After the children’s performances, they talked about their…

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Easter Cards

Here are the finished cards our EYFS and Year One and Two have made this year to give to their families to celebrate Easter. 

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Biscuit Baking

The children have been learning about measuring in maths so what better way to practise their learning than weighing out real ingredients to make some Easter themed biscuits? 

Lots of learning and fun was had as the children made, decorated and ate their biscuits (with even more hand washing…

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Spring chicks, rabbits and eggs!

Lots of learning with an Easter theme this week ...

 

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Observing Plants

The children have been great science detectives this week. I brought a bunch of tulips that my own children had given to me on Mother's Day into school for the children to have a close look at. They had a look at a photograph of the tulips when they were fresh and noted the differences in them now…

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Budget Challenge Maths

Children have recently been recapping their mental and written subtraction and addition. To use our skills in a real-life way, children were given the challenge to plan a week's worth of meals. This included breakfast, dinner and tea for each day of the week. The challenge came in that the…

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