We are geographer’s…

The children have been busy sorting physical and human features of the U.K.

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Wear your SCARF day

In honour of childrens mental health week we marked the occasion by wearing our scarf. S…safety, c….caring, a….achievement r…..resilience and f….friendship. We developed strategies to help us on our journey.

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Safer internet day…beware of wolves

We used scenarios based on traditional tales and discussed the safe way to tackle the issues

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Year 3 take a step back in time!!

Year 3 had lots of fun visiting Salford Museum and Art Gallery! The children enjoyed being history detectives and discovering what a selection of mystery Victorian objects were used for!

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Reading for pleasure…Year 1 have been caught reading…

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Victorian Live Lesson

This morning we are doing a live English lesson about the Victorians. We will be comparing life in Victorian times and our lives now.

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Celebrating Number Day through traditional tales

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NSPCC Number Day

On number day we did a range of activities from football code breakers, online games, emoji maths, sudoku and even a game of darts (magnetic for safety!)

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Celebrating Chinese New Year…welcoming the Year of the Tiger

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Chinese New Year

This week in Reception we celebrated Chinese New Year: Year of the Tiger

Every day we celebrated in a different way:

- We tried cultured food, noodles, fried rice and fortune cookies.
- We danced in a lion costume, just like they do in the parades.
- We listened to Chinese music and…

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RSPB Bird Watch - Forest School

Reception took part in the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch during our forest school session today.

First we mixed mud with paint and rolled out some paper.
We then climbed up high and waited very quietly until we saw some birds.
We then used our brushes to paint the birds we saw.

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Quote for the week

What is respect? How do you show it?

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