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World Book Day - Celebration of our children's amazing writing skills

Term 4 History Homework

Term 3: What do aliens think of life on planet Earth?

Mrs Taylor has many strings to her bow...

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We have enjoyed the beautiful sound of Mrs Taylor's violin and were all in awe of her amazing talent.

Our 'en herbe' little violinists

Our 'en herbe' little violinists 1
Our 'en herbe' little violinists 2
Our 'en herbe' little violinists 3

Looking Forward to Seeing your Alien Outfits!

Looking Forward to Seeing your Alien Outfits! 1

Year 1 Won 1st, 2nd and 3rd place in the Attendance Cup! Well done!

Year 1 Won 1st, 2nd and 3rd place in the Attendance Cup! Well done! 1

Term 2: Bear Homework Challenge

Term 2: Medium Term Plan: Bears

Year One have now raised £65! £50 can provide a farmer with a beehive, beekeeping equipment and a bee colony. £10 could help a farmer hire an acre of land for a season. We would like to thank you so much for your generous donations.

Year One have raised £29 so far which will buy a farmer in Africa 2 goats.

Year One have now completed their Welly Walk and each pupil walked an amazing 5 miles. Please can you bring in all sponsor money so we can send it off to Farm Africa. Well done to all involved!

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Year 1's Fundraising Event

Year 1's Fundraising Event 1

Walk in your wellies and raise money to give hunger the boot!

This autumn, schools across the UK are pulling on their wellies and organising sponsored welly walks.

Together we're aiming to walk 16,000 miles - all the way around Africa. We will be able to see how far we've got and enter our welly miles on an interactive welly miles tracker. Once completed we can download a certificate celebrating how far we have walked.

The Great African Welly Walk gives pupils a chance to step outside of classroom and get active. Outdoor learning opens up opportunities for learning for pupils, and teaches them the value of exercise and keeping fit. Your pupils will love learning about Africa in geography, writing a welly walk diary entry in English, and perhaps designing their own welly boots in art.

 

This event gives our pupils the chance to make a difference to the lives of children less fortunate. Each child will have the option of collecting sponsored money for the distance they walk. When we send the money we've raised, we will receive a certificate showing how much our school raised for Farm Africa.

Check out http://www.farmafrica.org/get-involved/get-involved for more information.

 

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