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Our busy Nursery bees

Our Nursery children have been looking at bees this week.  We have made some hand print painted bees and sung some bee songs.  We looked at the busy work bees do making honey. And we finished off the week by looking at the school bee hive and having a honey sandwich picnic!

 

 


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Reception grow their own giant beanstalks

This term our Reception pupils have been reading the story of ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’.

As well as helping to create a colourful wall display in their classroom they have been growing their own beans and keeping a diary of the progress they make.Reception-Beans3Reception-Beans2Reception-Beans


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Greek Myths and Icarus artwork

This term Years 3 and 4 have been reading stories from ‘The Greek Myths’ during their English lessons.

During their art lessons we have created collage art work based on the story of Icarus – the boy who flew too close to the sun. All pictures had to include a sun, the sea and Icarus. All the artwork can be seen on display outside the Year 3 classroom. See more Year 3 and Year 4 work here.

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Leaf creatures

It’s starting to look very autumnal in our gardens and Years 1 and 2 have been busy making some very creative pictures from the colourful leaves that they have found.

Take a look at some of their seasonal creatures!

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Year 6 head below the waves

Have you seen the Year 6 ‘Under the Sea’ artwork that is currently on display in the Orchard Building?Year-6-under-the-sea-artwork8Year-6-under-the-sea-artwork6Year-6-under-the-sea-artwork4

See more of their work here.


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Giant beanstalk grows in classroom

Last term our Nursery pupils found out what happens when you mix magic beans, overgrown vegetation and giants.

See more of their ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’ artwork.Nursery-BeanstalkNursery-Beanstalk5Nursery-Beanstalk8


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What would be at the top of your beanstalk?

Last term, after reading ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’, our Reception pupils all made a collage to show what they would like to find at the top of their own beanstalk. 

See more of their work here.Reception-Beanstalk