I just wanted to say a massive congratulations to all of the children who have completed their Final Words this week. You presented with confidence and clarity, and spoke with honesty from the heart.
Thank you to all of the families who came and supported the children with their presentations. It was a massive privilege to be apart of them, I know the other staff who sat in on the presentations are just as proud of the children as I am.
I apologise as I was so engrossed listening that I forgot to take many pictures – here are the few that I did take!
Congratulations again year two – you’re all absolute superstars. ⭐️
Today, we have spent the day in mixed crews learning all about diversity. It has been lovely to spend the day with different children from year one and two and see them all learning together. Keep checking our blogs for photos from the other activities the children took part in
For this task we used the book My World, Your World by Melanie Walsh to create our own version all about our community. We learnt about what makes us unique and what things connect us. It was a really fun key stage one project. We hope you enjoy! 🌎👏🏻
I am so proud of this group of mathematicians this afternoon – not only did they complete their work to a gold standard but they smashed their ME and achieved green standard by completing some really tricky two step word problems! Well done guys – what a great start to the week!
Wow! The children in class five have absolutely blown me away today. They have used all their learning about coal mines to write a recount from the perspective of a child working in the mine. I was really impressed with how the children shared their writing and offered critique.
Truly incredible work – I can’t wait to share the finished pieces with you all.
Today we held our first ever Student Led Conferences – the children did a fantastic job sharing their learning and beautiful work, speaking about what they are proud of and what they need to work on to get even better.
It was brilliant to see the children articulating their learning so well with the help of their teachers.
In Year Two we came dressed in yellow and blue today with an aim to raise as much money as we could to send to our donations directly into Ukraine to help people who need it. We also spent time in crew discussing all the pledges we could make to help make our world a better place.