Thank you to everyone who came to Film Night after school and thank you to Miss Taylor and the School Council for organising such a great evening. The members of the School Council ran the event brilliantly and everyone had a lovely time. All money 
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‘Slowly, Slowly, Slowly,’ Said the Sloth, by Eric Carle, was our chosen book this week.  We discovered it was about a sloth and his friends, who all live in the rainforest.  The animals ask the sloth lots of questions, so we took their lead and 
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At Forest School this week the children enjoyed playing on the swing they made last week. They investigated the impact of making the rope longer and shorter and were delighted to find that the shorter the rope, the higher they swung. The children also went 
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This half term Year 5 have been learning about rainforests in Geography. The children have been fully immersed in the topic by exploiting cross-curricular links in English and Art. Their ‘Book as a Hook’ has been Katherine Rundell’s ‘The Explorers’ and their art this term 
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Thank you to all our wonderful staff. Your hard work and dedication to the children and school are very much appreciated.
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Hopscotch welcome lots of young children and their special adults for our free, weekly ‘Stay and Play’ sessions.  We are open Mondays, during term time, at 1:30pm for a relaxed session so children can experience a safe environment in which to explore.  We have a 
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Last week Hopscotch continued their learning through an animal theme by reading one of their favourite books,’ Dear Zoo’ by Rod Campbell. The children enjoyed exploring how animals look different to each other, and tried to group some animals depending on whether they had spots 
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Year 6 are really enjoying their Bikeability sessions. Yesterday they rode on the playground, to practice their skills and assess their readiness to ride on the roads, which they did today. They are looking forward to more cycling tomorrow!
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Today Year 4 were visited by a Viking! The children enjoyed a morning of role play and at the same time their history knowledge of Viking society, beliefs and civilisation was broadened, as they were transported back to AD 793.  The children got into character 
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