Our Hopscotch children learnt a new rhyme this week with ‘One Two Three Four Five, Once I caught a fish alive’.  They thought about how to ask questions, using their communication skills to discover facts about fish, such as: Where do they live? What do 
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Congratulations to all the children who learnt and performed a poem for this year’s competition; we really enjoyed listening to your performances and we amazed at how well you memorised your poems and with the expressive ways that you performed them. Thank you to Mr 
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As a culmination to their History topic on the Victorians, Year 6 learnt about Victorian entertainment-in particular the music hall. They worked together to prepare their own music hall acts (including solos on the bugle and violin, card tricks, song and dance and peotry), which 
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This week, Henrietta delivered the story of ‘Farmer Duck’ and a poem called ‘The Big Red Barn’. We used the watercolours to paint pictures of our favourite parts of the story, made farm animals on the Creation Station and in Music we created our own 
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During the week commencing 2nd November, Year 4 enjoyed a firework inspired week of learning. They watched a clip of a firework display, talked about their memories of Bonfire Nights past, collected together vocabulary, similes and metaphors to describe what it is like to be 
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Today, in Year 6, we shared our favourite poems with the class. There were lots of giggles as some of them were quite funny. Anya’s monologue was amazing. When we had finished, we looked at the poems on the National poetry day website. The theme 
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The children have had a wonderful week preparing for Christmas and learning through Christmas related activities. They have been reading the Christmas story, listening to the poem ‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’, written and posted Christmas cards, decorated their class tree, wrapped presents, sung Christmas songs, 
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As part of their history topic on Victorians, Year 6 have been learning about entertainment. They rounded off this learning by putting on a Victorian Music Hall performance which they performed to a packed house yesterday. They also extended their learning by choosing an aspect 
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The Parish held another of their afternoon teas today, to provide an outing and social event for some of our older parishioners. A group of Year 2 pupils joined them to chat and to entertain them with poetry and song. It was lovely to see 
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