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Egyptian adventure continues
This week we have learned more about the Egyptians – We have learned how important the river Nile was to the Egyptians in terms of food, crops and evening building – using the mud to make bricks. We have also learned to ‘Walk like an Egyptian in our PE/dance lesson and learned about important artefacts […]
Week of amazing discoveries – Swan Class
Another week of amazing work by Swan Class. We have developed our descriptive writing, in preparation for a big write next week. The children are eager to use all the information they have learnt about Darwin’s trip on the HMS Beagle and about many of the wonderful islands he visited. We have researched an animal […]
The children were so excited to use our new outdoor classroom this week, it looks amazing and the children have been helping to keep it tidy. They’ve loved the sand, water and loose parts station. The reception children have been looking at number bonds to 10 and working out missing numbers. In year 1 we’ve […]