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World Book Day


We were finally able to celebrate World Book Day. Thank you for all the efforts that went into the children’s costumes today. The children had a lovely day of stories, creativity, hot chocolate and boom swapping! We hope you all enjoyed your day and are able to spend your tokens. … [Read more...]

Science Day – May the FORCE be with you!


We have had great fun looking at forces today. We have learnt what a force is (challenge your Year 3/4 child to tell you a definition) and how forces effect us in our every day lives. In the afternoon we conducted an experiment to help the Roman emperor Marcus decide on the best route for his chariots. He wanted to avoid the routes that would cause the most friction for his chariot's wheels. … [Read more...]

Rotton Romans


The Spring Term has begun with two WOW days. We have: • Become gladiators with Mr Lewis • Created our very own authentic poo sticks- the Roman’s own version of toilet roll! • Researched Julius Caesar • Made tasty roman carrots and found out about some gruesome Roman foods We have also enjoyed dressing up as Romans and also begun making own gladiator shields. … [Read more...]

Merry Christmas

We have has a lovely end of term in Africa Class. We have rehearsed for and performed at two Christmas services and have reflected on the Christmas story and Jesus' birth. We recapped the story and thought about all the people involved and their likely perspective on the events that unfolded all that time ago. We enjoyed writing accounts of the birth of Jesus from different perspectives. See the … [Read more...]