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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Join the School Council, and thousands of schools, offices and communities on Friday, 8 October by taking part in #HelloYellow and raising vital funds to support our work. Dig out your neon socks, custard scarf and banana hat – let’s show young people they’re not 
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On Friday Year 4 had a visit from local MP Harriet Baldwin. Miss Hall had invited her in to talk to the children about climate change, a very hot topic in Year 4. As part of the visit Mrs Baldwin spoke to the children about 
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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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Good morning!  It is lovely to have all of the children back in school.  We hope you all had a wonderful Easter break and enjoyed getting out and about a little more than what we have been able to. For our Well-being Wednesday task this 
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Last Friday we had a ‘Dress to Express Day’, for pupils in school and those at home. It was part of Children’s Mental Health Week, and we all wore things that expressed who we are, and that made us happy! We talked about what makes 
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Each Wednesday we will post a meditation for you and your children to listen to and relax. This week’s meditation will take you to a treasure island!
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Each week, as part of Wellbeing Wednesday, Mrs Anderson will be posting some Thrive activities that you can do at home with your children. There will be three age levels:  Up to 7 years old Up to 11 years old Up to 16 years old 
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On Friday 9th October the School Council organised a ‘Hello Yellow’ mental health awareness day to support the mental health and wellbeing of the pupils in the school, and also to raise money for Young Minds, a young people’s mental health charity. The aim of 
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This week’s challenge is a computing challenge, linked to staying safe online. Have a look at the poster below and create a resource that we can post on the website and Facebook pages to help other children stay safe online. Please send your videos, animations, 
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