March 29, 2019

Squirrels can climb ! Who would have thought it ?

As you can see, Squirrels have loved clambering over the apparatus this half term..... 

March 22, 2019

Hedgehogs were very lucky today and went to visit the chicks. The children enjoyed watching the chicks walking around and got to hold the chicks. We will go and visit them again soon. 

March 22, 2019

All 8 eggs have now hatched and all of the children (and staff) are enjoying spending time in the Squirrels classroom. 

March 21, 2019

Preparing our homes for the chicks, making sure each home is warm, has a drinking bowl and a food tray.

But what is this mystery egg ? What will emerge ? We made some guesses which included an eagle, ducks, an otter, chicks, dinosaur, dragon and a kangaroo !

Here is...

March 15, 2019

Today the children came into school in non uniform sporting something red in aid of Red Nose Day. After assembly the children took part in some Red Nose Day dancing, what a great way to end the week!!

March 15, 2019

The Big Bang Event at the Tank Museum was the highlight of our week. 

Pupils saw amazing robotics, 3D printers making hip joints and other exciting displays. 

The children were fascinated to see how engineering has helped our lives, from pregnancy tests to crash protecti...

March 14, 2019

On Tuesday Owls class made predictions on how many drops of water they could get on a 10p piece and they were amazed to find they could get 30 - 50 drops on due to the strong forces between hydrogen and oxygen, learning that water has very strong surface tension. 

Addin...

March 14, 2019

As part of the science curriculum students are learning to make predictions, observations and plan experimental designs changing one variable at a time. 

On Monday Owls designed electrical circuits making motors spin and buzzers buzz!

These budding electricians have lear...

March 12, 2019

Zip wires and Squirrels go together - who'd have thought it?! 

How fast can a squirrel, a badger and a frog go down a zip wire? 

We tried using wool, twine and string and a variety of methods for attaching the animals before we raced them!

March 11, 2019

On Wednesday Badgers class had the opportunity to work with a local artist creating clay leaves. The children thoroughly enjoyed the experience and we are hoping to extend this learning opportunity to other pupils throughout the Summer term. 

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