In their DT this half term Year 5 have been researching bird boxes: why we need them, where to site them, how different birds need different types of boxes and what types of wood are the best for making them.  The children have also taken 
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In art this half term Year 6 are learning how to felt. They have worked in groups to design a picture based on elements from nature, inspired by their work in English on the Princess Blankets, by Carol Ann Duffy.  Each group was given the 
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In their History this half term Year 5 are learning about Ancient Egypt. In yesterday’s lesson they learnt about Egyptians communicated using hieroglyphs and other symbols. They found out that they wrote these down on papyrus, made from the pith of a wetland plant that 
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Action for Children and Worcestershire Starting Well Partnership have asked us to share the following information parents and carers: Do you have a child or children aged 2 to 10 years old?Do you want to manage or prevent some of the challenging behaviours that do 
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HM Revenue and Customs are reminding families that they can save up to £2,000 a year on childcare costs with Tax-Free Childcare. Tax-Free Childcare can help working families pay for any approved childcare for children aged 11 or under, or 16 if the child has 
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With their new website the Hereford and Worcester Dyslexia Association hope to increase awareness of dyslexia. In addition, they aim to make people aware of HWDA and how they support children and young people with dyslexia and related difficulties. They have included free resources and 
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The Winter walk took place on Saturday and it was fantastic to see so many children and adults walking the two mile river route. There was plenty of walking and talking, some scavenger hunts and bird feeding. There were a lot of younger children walking 
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Year 4’s ‘book as a hook’ this term is ‘How to Train Your Dragon’ by Cressida Cowell. The children were very excited to come into class and find a letter from a dragon, asking them to help find her missing eggs and some of her 
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Today Mrs Sanders and Miss Hodges took a group of Eco Councillors, and our School axolotl experts, to visit the pet shop to buy items for our new school pet axolotl that we are rehoming from Axolotl and Reptile Rescue UK, based in Evesham. The 
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Year 3 and 4 took part in a cross-country event at Blessed Edward Oldcorne yesterday. Everyone ran really well and Holy Redeemer had many high place finishes.   In the Year 3 girls category our top four places were 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 9th which meant 
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