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P4C on Greta Thunberg and Climate Change

posted by Kathryn Davis

After watching a video about Greta Thunberg and learning a bit about climate change, we thought about some questions we would like to discuss.

Should we stop using fossil fuels?

Can children save the world?

What can we do to help save the world?

Should we help people who live near the sea?

Should we stop using electricity?

Our chosen question: Should we stop throwing litter in the sea?


Here are some of the children’s comments:

We shouldn’t put litter in the sea because it is killing animals and it’s not nice.

It’s bad for the fish if they eat it. It’s bad for the environment.

We shouldn’t drop litter because we’ll kill all the animals.


posted 24 Jan 2020, 07:54 by Katy Godfrey

Medina Mosque Visit 22nd January 2020

posted 22 Jan 2020, 08:30 by Julia Hope-Gill

Today we visited the Medina Mosque as part of our Symbols topic in RE. Our lovely tour guide Zahid welcomed us warmly and showed us around the mosque. We learned about Wudu, washing before prayers, prayers and interesting things to see in the mosque. Thank you to all our parent helpers who came along and made the trip possible. 

Week 3 Outdoor Learning

posted 22 Jan 2020, 07:45 by Lisa Wells

RSPB Big Garden bird watch 25-27 January 2020.

This week the children learnt about migration and common garden birds. We then made bird feeders so the children can join in with the RSPB bird watch the weekend if they choose.


posted 17 Jan 2020, 07:22 by Katy Godfrey


posted 15 Jan 2020, 08:39 by Katy Godfrey

In maths we have been learning about halves, thirds and quarters.


posted 15 Jan 2020, 08:33 by Katy Godfrey

On Monday we explored the different continents, tasting food and comparing them.


posted 10 Jan 2020, 07:17 by Katy Godfrey

Multiplying by 3

posted 10 Jan 2020, 07:16 by Katy Godfrey

This week we have been learning to multiply numbers by 3.

Outdoor Learning Spring 1

posted 8 Jan 2020, 08:44 by Lisa Wells

Use simple fieldwork and observational skills to study the geography of school and its grounds .   

Week 1 
Welcome back, and happy new Year . I hope you all had a restful break.  
This week the children used their observational skills to think about the geography of the school and the grounds.
The children were given a map of the school with key areas missing . They had to locate the places and add them to the map.  The children did really well orientating themselves and deciding what each area was. 

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