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15/11/19

Year Two have had a fantastic time this term creating collages using a variety of materials. https://t.co/zQup1gJ6f6

14/11/19

Year 1 had a great time 'visiting Scotland' and wrote postcards telling their family about what they saw! https://t.co/hetqSPQvJg

13/11/19

Year 1 had an amazing time making patterns with paint that they will use for their own collages! 🎨 https://t.co/TTGwNI2amI

13/11/19

On Thursday, Luther King class designed prototypes of gingerbread houses. https://t.co/Gkp7gdxr9p

13/11/19

Today Luther King Class investigated moon craters to discover whether the angle or speed of impact varied the size of crater. To replicate the Earth's surface we used flour, with marbles replacing meteoroids. https://t.co/zRarxsDALX

13/11/19

In French, Year 5 created some fantastic family trees as part of their Home Learning projects. https://t.co/xsz1X6GTJH

13/11/19

1 Mandela have enjoyed using their creativity in DT to create chairs using different resources! Here is one made from lollipop sticks and clay https://t.co/Tu1nsyiGnH

10/11/19

NiceSmile will be taking individual and sibling photographs throughout tomorrow & Tuesday. Please ensure that full school uniform is worn.

10/11/19

Another busy week ahead at ! •Monday and Tuesday: NiceSmile Individual and Sibiling Photographs. •Tuesday and Thursday: Nursery - Year 6 Parents Evening.

08/11/19

Some photos have been tweeted for you to see.

08/11/19

Today, Year 6 had lots of fun. We finished off our project: creating our own islands, drawing the landscape and features on them and designing our own rules, flags, national anthems and curious animals. In addition, we played many games. The chess matches are to be continued... https://t.co/bItbVwqcQJ

08/11/19

Year 6 had a fantastic time at PGL. https://t.co/mUpxdZWe51

08/11/19

PGL will be returning this afternoon. Traffic dependant, children will arrive at the Co-Op for collection at 2.20pm. Thank you 😊

08/11/19

Group Two loved Jacob’s Ladder. https://t.co/VyrcUTnG0O

08/11/19

Group 1 had a great time in the Giant Swing too! https://t.co/Vu3HXdVAUU

08/11/19

It’s a very foggy morning here at PGL but Group 4 had great fun on the giant swing. https://t.co/Ul5gdSz3pE

08/11/19

Groups 1 and 3 took part in orienteering this morning 🧭 https://t.co/1UqdPFMzRU

08/11/19

Group 3 spent the afternoon buggy building. They had a great time. https://t.co/Kkv8ihuBtW

08/11/19

🎈Happy Birthday to Jake and Jemima! 🎂 They’re excited to use their fast passes today on the Giant Swing, when orienteering 🧭 and at lunch time 🍽 https://t.co/dtXNe29XqS

07/11/19

Group 3 enjoyed Jacob’s Ladder this afternoon. https://t.co/Z3XEilXoKk

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Posted on January 14th 2019

A week in learning - We learn about Class 4M this week.

It has been a fantastic start to the new term. 4M spent some of their time practising their assembly, which was a huge success and the children really enjoyed sharing their work with the whole school and their parents. They were able to showcase their class song and their developing confidence. Mr Britt praised the work the children shared and the quality of their presentation skills, in his address at the end of the assembly. The children received huge support from the large number of parents in attendance.

In Guided Reading this week pupils have been looking at the book ‘The Secrets of Vesuvius’ whilst examining the language features required to write a good narrative in English. Their extended piece of work was to create a piece of dialogue detailing their reaction to a Tsunami, appearing on a beach where they were playing. 

Behaviour and expectations regarding attitudes to learning remain high in Year 4 and the children help Ms Morrison and Ms Wegrzynek sustain a tidy, inspiring and colourful classroom.

The children were keen that the pictures shared here showed their writing skills and also the new marking systems which reflect their successes and the required next steps or challenges.