Year 4 led us in a beautiful assembly this morning, all about creation. Their wonderful singing, fantastic artwork and lovely prayers really helped to bring a smile to everyone’s faces. They set us the challenge of reflecting on some scripture and thinking about who God 
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As part of this term’s art, inspired by nature, Year 6 have been learning about artist Gilly B, who lives and works on the Shetland Isles, and draws her ideas from their remote location and the native wildlife. One of Gilly B’s preferred media is 
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It has been wonderful, this term, to be able to start band practice again after eighteen months of social distancing and year group bubbling.  Children from across Key Stage 2, who take instrumental music lessons, come together before school once a week (along with some 
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The St Richard’s Hospice elephants and ele-calves finally went on parade this week, and what an amazing spectacle they are! Our ele-calf is in Crowngate shopping Centre, near Boots, if you’d like to visit him.  To follow the art trail and visit all of the 
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Year 3 have really enjoyed learning about renowned Mexican portrait painter, Frida Kahlo. As well as finding out about her life and work, the children had a go at painting their own self-portraits, in the style of Frida’s…and with great success! Well done year 3 
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In Forest School sessions the leaders always try to link the children’s  outdoor learning to their learning in class. This half term Reception Class have been learning about Africa, using their class book ‘Handa’s Hen’ as a hook into their topics. In Forest School last 
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As part of their rainforest topic the children researched the flora and fauna of the habitat. then focussed in on all the different types of parrots that can be found there. Mrs Breakwell taught them how to make a basic form and then refine it 
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On Friday Year 3 finally managed to host their outdoor, pop-up Roman museum! It had to be postponed before half term due to rain, but on Friday, despite being quite windy, it stayed dry and the museum was set up in time for their family 
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In RE we have covered the topics of Easter and Pentecost. We discussed the Christian belief in eternal life and imagined what heaven might look like. We, then, drew our own images of heaven and linked it to literacy, where we used imagery to write 
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This term Year 6 have been reading ‘The Rain Player’, by David Wisniewski.  The ancient Maya civilization is the setting for this original tale, inspired by the Maya belief that fate is divinely decreed and cannot be changed. When a terrible drought is predicted, a 
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