The class had another action-packed day at Margam today that included: geography field work (ricer profiling), racing rubber ducks downstream on rafts that they made from scavenged sticks, feeding the farm animals and playing on the park in their free time. Later in the day 
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This half term in their geography lessons Year 1 have been working on their locational knowledge and fieldwork skills, by focussing on Pershore High Street and working towards answering the question, ‘Why is Pershore High Street Like This?’.  After taking a fieldtrip to look at 
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Over the past two weeks Reception Class have been learning about the traditional story of The Gingerbread Man. They have learned to retell the story using actions and a story map and during ‘own learning time’, have drawn their own story maps. The children also 
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In their local geography study Year 1 have been exploring Pershore looking at the human features; churches and schools. Last week they went on a field trip around Pershore to see what kinds of places of worship and schools there were. The children already knew 
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As part of their geography unit on the United Kingdom and its physical features, the children in Year 4 made their own 3D topographical maps, showing where all the major mountain ranges are. Once the paint had dried the children researched the UK’s main rivers 
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As part of Year 5’s local area study of Malvern, the children have been looking at the geography of Malvern and the make up of its town. Today they visited the Malvern Hills, armed with OS maps, satellite images and compasses, to see what local 
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Last week in Reception Class Henrietta delivered the story ‘This is the Bear and the Scary Night’, and Bertie the Bee left the rhyme ‘Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear, Turn Around’ for the children to enjoy. This led to lots of teddy bear themed learning! On 
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As part of their geography topic on the United Kingdom Year 4 have been looking at the topography of the country; investigating topographical maps and globes and making their own topographical maps, using salt dough. When the maps have dried they will paint them and 
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Last Friday Year 4 visited the River Salwarpe, at Droitwich, to learn more about how rivers are formed and how they move. The visit was led by staff from the Worcestershire Wildlife Trust (Marissa and Steff), who were both so knowledgeable and fantastic teachers.  The 
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Today Reception Class dodged the heavy downpours to enjoy a maths-related session at Forest School, focussing on the numbers 11-20. Mrs Andrews shared a large number square with the children and they identified the row of numbers that they needed to focus on, practising counting 
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