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  • Y1 Super Hero Artwork

    Published 08/02/19

        

    Year 1 have been creating their own superhero artwork.  

    The children used water colours for the background, then used 2D shapes to create their buildings.

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  • Supertato

    Published 07/02/19

    The children in Year 1 have been listening to the story ‘Supertato’.  We talked about the story and who the characters were. We then created our very own Supertato by following Miss Williams’ instructions.

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  • Well Done Isla!

    Published 01/02/19

    Isla has achieved her 50 metres swimming certificate.

    An amazing achievement, well done Isla!
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  • Year 2 Create Artwork

    Published 01/02/19

    We have been researching Jackson Pollock and have created art work inspired by his techniques. 

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  • Superhero Day

    Published 14/01/19

    To launch our new topic for this term, we all came to school dressed as our favourite superhero! 

    We created our own superhero masks ready for our superhero cinema in the afternoon.  We also created some super writing for our display in the corridor, writing about what we would do if we were a superhero.

    In the afternoon, we went to our very own superhero cinema where we enjoyed "The Incredibles" and ate popcorn!

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  • Dick Whittington comes to St John's

    Published 17/12/18

    The PTFA very kindly provided funding this year for a pantomime performance of Dick Whittington at St John's.  The show took place in the hall, with the children sat either side of the action for a super close-up experience.  Everyone had a wonderful time and truly got into the Christmas spirit!

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  • Christmas Biscuits

    Published 22/11/18

    This week in our family learning group we decorated our own Christmas biscuits.

    If you would like to come along and find out more, we meet every Thursday from 9.00 am until 11.00 am. Everyone is welcome! 

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  • What Makes a good Castle? Ask the King!

    Published 19/10/18

    This term Year 2 have been asking the question, "What is a good castle?" 

    King Henry and King James wrote to us to ask us if we could design a castle for them, as theirs was destroyed.  We started by thinking about the features of castles and then we designed our own, working out how we could keep the castle safe.

    After we had evaluated our designs we were able to construct a prototype castle.  Once these were built we had the opportunity to present them to King James and King Henry!

    We loved talking to the kings about our designs.

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  • Year 1 Trip to Sherwood Pines

    Published 15/10/18

    Year 1 visited Sherwood Pines with Year 7 students from St Hugh's.

    We explored the natural surroundings using ICT and took many photographs, exploring the different techniques and filters we could apply to each one. 

    Upon our return to school the children created a collage of the photographs they had taken and wrote about their adventure!

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  • A Visit from an Electrician

    Published 02/10/18

    On Friday 28 September, Mr Perkins came into school to talk to us about his profession as an electrician. He explained what an electrician was and what some of the tasks he has to do on a daily basis as part of his profession.

    He explained how he ensures he is safe when doing anything with electricity.  We were then given the opportunity to carry out one of the jobs that electricians do – fitting a conduit and wiring.

    We worked in teams to complete different conduit circuits, ensuring that we were safe by wearing goggles and gloves.  At the end of the session we helped Mr Perkins to complete an electrical circuit to get some lights to work, and then we asked him questions about his job.

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  • Try, try, try Again!

    Published 27/09/18

    Our second resilience day was a huge success.  The children and staff had a truly wonderful time!

    The day was filled with a wide variety of activities that involved the children utilising the key life skills of determination, effective communication and resilience.

    The motto ‘Try, Try, Try Again!’ could be heard as the children (and staff!) overcame their fears and persevered to complete tasks.  The day was all made possible thanks to the amazing Mrs Walledge who organised another brilliant and exciting day for all!

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  • TERM STARTS ON TUESDAY 4 SEPTEMBER

    Published 03/09/18

    Welcome back to all students.

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