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Summer Term 2018

 

Lantern making

We have been busy today making lanterns. They are part of our R.E learning about Buddhism and will be part at our celebration of the Festival of Light next week.

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Ashbeach (11th May 2018)

Getting ready for our new topic next half term, 'we do like to be beside the seaside'. KS1 spent the afternoon making their very own beach.

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On Wednesday 18th April we were lucky enough to have a variety of farm animals visit school, in the morning, to kick start our new farming topic. All the children enjoyed being able to get up close and interact with the animals. Thank you to Bobby and his family, and Mrs Smith for bringing them in. In the afternoon we had a visit from Pecks with their tractors.

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Spring Term 2017

 

March 2017

To kick start out new theme, ‘it’s a creepy world’ we had a very exciting mini beast hunt down the common. We looked for habitats that we thought the mini beasts might like to live in and used magnifying glasses to have a really good look at them. We found a lovely selection of different beasts!

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On Wednesday the 19th January Lower Phase had their Big Bang for their new theme 'London's Burning'. The teachers created a row of cardboard houses and set them on fire for the children to see how quickly a fire can spread as it did during the Great Fire of London.

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Autumn Term 2016

How you can be good at math, and other surprising facts about learning | Jo Boaler | TEDxStanford

You have probably heard people say they are just bad at math, or perhaps you yourself feel like you are not "a math person." Not so, says Stanford mathematics education professor Jo Boaler, who shares the brain research showing that with the right teaching and messages, we can all be good at math.

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