Who’s job is it to save he planet?

Our Language and communication lesson this week was based around environmental changes and debating who has the power to make changes to climate change, waste and other negative issues arising around the world. We discussed some new vocabulary including carbon footprint and biodegradable and included them in our response.

Should children be allowed to vote?

This was Class 10’s latest Language and Communication question. The vocabulary they were asked to consider was: democracy equality rights responsibility During the lesson, the children added their own language of the lesson, including: mature democratic influenced The debate around this question was lively but respectful. There were some excellent Read more…

Jam Butties!

In preparation for our Teddy Bears’ Picnic we made our own jam butties! We followed instructions on how to make them- they were delicious! Thank you again for all the kind cake donations for our Teddy Bears’ Picnic; we were spoilt for choice!

Phonics/ early reading skills

Nursery have been on an environmental walk this week, listening to all the different sounds we could hear as we walked around school. We put on our big listening ears and tuned in to the different sounds in our environment. This activity supports your child’s early reading skills. To help Read more…

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