In their lessons with Miss Arnold, Year 6 have been learning about Isambard Kingdom Brunel. They have looked at the designs of his bridges and designed their own bridges trying to use some of the key features he used. The children then took part in 
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Hopscotch learned about Remembrance Day through our activities over the week.  We noticed people wearing red flowers and wondered why.  The children watched an information clip that explained what poppies meant to those that wore them, and why we have a two minute silence on 
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Year 6 spent a very enjoyable day at the Black Country Living museum learning about life in the Victorian era. They had two amazing Victorian guides, who were a fount of knowledge. They visited shops such as the general store and pharmacy and of course 
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Year 2 had a wonderful day today, as they were transported back to 1665, the day of the Great Fire of London. They spent part of the day as London tradesmen and women, learning to make candles and nosegays, bake bread, weave and make leatherwork 
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Year 2 had a wonderful visit to Croome Court today, as part if their science topic on habitats. Across Croome Park there are a wealth of different habitats and the children were able to bring their learning to life by exploring some of the different 
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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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Year 3 were very busy last half term with their ‘Roman Invasion’ topic.  Their historical enquiry question, ‘What did the Romans do for us?’, led their learning and they found out about the positive impact the Romans had on our country and explored all things 
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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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On Friday Year 3’s outdoor Roman exhibition had to be postponed, due to rain. The children did however set up their exhibits in the hall for other classes to go in a see, and sang their ‘Like a Roman’ song for Year 1. They’ve had 
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This half term, Year 4 have delved deep into the realms of the Vikings. They have worked hard in their English lessons to explore Viking myths and to spin their very own sagas, where unsuspecting heroes had to brave perilous adventures in order to save 
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