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Monthly Archives: November 2016
Two hundred and ninety-five students took part in the Sumdog Maths Challenge. Congratulations to Joe, Ryley and Lily Mai who came 1st, 2nd and 3rd overall, which was a magnificent achievement. Also, out of seventy-four classes, we managed to achieve positions of … Continue reading
We visited the National Coal Mining Museum as part of our Rocks and Fossils topic. We had a great day and learnt lots as you can see from the pictures.
November 2016 Dear Parent/Carer I hope you and the children had a lovely half term. Topic This term we are continuing with our topic of ‘Great Explorers.’ We have already done a lot of work on … Continue reading
We had lots of fun in the snow. We used team work to build snowmen, we made different shapes and compared different sizes with our footprints.
The Health Improvement Team visited our school on Tuesday 8th November and brought some static roller bikes and balance bikes for us to have a try at. In Years 2 to 6, we enjoyed racing our classmates and trying to … Continue reading
To launch the first day of our special topic, we dressed up as our favourite nursery rhyme character.
The weather was perfect for our autumn walk.
Nursery Newsletter November 2016 Autumn We will spend the first week looking at signs of autumn and creating firework pictures. We hope to find lots of autumn leaves on our walk on Wednesday 2nd November at the Yorkshire Sculpture … Continue reading