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Welcome to Squirrel Class!

Summer Term 2021

Over at Squirrels we're nuts about measurement and length and have been learning about perimeter and area. We also have been learning about the Stone Age and have taken our learning outside as much as possible.

Hello everyone!


We hope you are all keeping safe, well and happy. We are missing you and hope to be able to see you again soon.


Thank you to everyone that has emailed photos of the fantastic work you have been doing and your fun activities at home. We really love seeing your photos so please do keep sending them in.


Remember, if you need any support or extra challenges please do not hesitate to contact us.


With very best wishes,

Mrs Goater and Mrs Cave

             Home learning Summer Term 2020
Please keep emailing in your work Squirrel Class! Take a moment to read this fabulous story by Sophie - with an accompanying illustration - and this super writing from Julia. Excellent work girls!

Some more amazing photos have been sent in this week. Great work everybody! It was lovely to speak to you all.

Mrs Goater and Mrs Cave


Autumn Term

Portrait art work

Summer term 2018

KS2  Forest School Day

Monday 2nd July KS2 spent the day in the common taking part in various activities that link to the science curriculum. Activities included: making mucky water and filtering it; den building; using pullies to lift buckets; making art with natural resources.



This week we have started to explore the technique of impressionism in our art lessons. Using Monet's Water Lilies for inspiration, we have created our own art work with pastels.

Summer Term 2018


On Thursday 19th April we went on our rescheduled trip to London. We visited the British Museum to look at the Egyptian exhibits for our Theme work on Egyptians. We saw lots of interesting artifacts, including a real life Mummy.



Autumn Term 2017



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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