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We love to perform in our wonderful willow dome. Here we are performing a poem to Hedgehog class.
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The awe and wonder of our wilderness area....we love all the wildlife we find there.
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Making christingle oranges for our candlemas service.
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Keeping our sensory garden tidy by covering the beds with woodchip.
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Working hard to solve maths problems 
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We have been practising sequences with balances in gymnastics.
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In Forest Friday we have been clearing out the pond ready for Spring.
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We have been learning all about the digestive system.

We have been demonstrating how much we have learnt in science by designing creative digestive systems. We have used food, material, play dough and other interesting features to make our own digestive systems. We held a learning exhibition in the classroom to teach the rest of the school how it all works.

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Look at all the lovely things we have been doing

The children worked in pairs to design a gadget. We then made models of them. We used a range of persuasive techniques to promote the inventions such as posters, radio jingles, formal and informal letters and presentations.
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St David's Day.

 

'As part of our celebration of St. David's Day, we looked really closely at daffodils to create some lovely still life drawings. We adopted the motto 'look a lot, draw a little' to help us to make our drawings really accurate'.

 

 

 

World Book Day In Fox Class!

 

Today we dressed up as our favourite book characters and shared lots of stories.

 

    

 

'As part of our 'Where in the World?' topic, we have designed and made our own Indian style Diva Lamps. We will decorate them to make them bright and colourful so that they catch the light - keep an eye on our blog to see our finished work!' 

 

We are open for visits and tours of our lovely school! Come and see our bespoke creative curriculum in action.
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