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The Lost Sheep parable as part of our RE topic on why Jesus is important to Christians. Check out the video using the video vault link below.
An extract from our class report on Honey Bees.

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Quince Honey Farm visit. Part of our topic on Flowers and Insects.
We have been creating some paintings in the style of famous artist Jackson Pollock.

Fairtrade Fornight. We have been following the journey of the cocoa bean from the plant to the chocolate fountain!

Learning about the Jewish festival of Simchat Torah - meaning celebrate God's Rules.


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Creating 19th Century Thaumatropes.
World Book Day 2019 - We came as characters from The Sheep Pig by Dick King-Smith.
Recreating The Great Fire of London

Using choosing time to independently explore the Great Fire of London


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Storytelling Week - The Apple Tree Man. Here we go a-wassailing! Puppet making. Story telling.

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An extract from our report on The Great Fire of London.

Great Fire of London News Report Final (

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We created our own News Report on the Great Fire of London using Green Screen. 
We have created our own Great Fire of London paintings.
We have been learning about Simchat Torah in RE.


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Our Christmas Decorations are based on The Jolly Christmas Postman.

Today we visited a Live Nativity at a local farm.
Making King Arthur crowns.
We visited Glastonbury Abbey as part of our topic on 'The Stories People Tell.'
History Week. We Will Remember. Marking 100 years since the end of World War 1.
We have been tasting fruit that comes from another country.
Self portraits in the style of Picasso using paint and marker pens.

Improving our football skills with the coach.

We had a visitor to tell us about life in Romania. 

“By working together in an exciting, creative and supportive Christian environment we will challenge and inspire every child to become highly literate, numerate, sociable and healthy, with a thirst for continued learning and a belief in their ability to become significant citizens”