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18/04/21

🌟👋🏼👋🏾 See You Tomorrow 👋🏿👋🏽🌟 https://t.co/IYqFWByFyG

31/03/21

Reception children were experimenting with baking soda and vinegar and watched the colours explode out of the eggs... 🥚🌈 https://t.co/ybnAUlGrg9

31/03/21

🪡🎒We are SEW impressed with Year 2 today! Look at the bags they have created.🎒🪡 https://t.co/jZjnllLog8

31/03/21

It has been a busy final week in Year 3. Science information posters were created and our sewing skills were put to use in DT making wallets and purses. https://t.co/J4NESx3ADb

31/03/21

Today Year 6 have practised their sewing skills and made carrier belts. https://t.co/zMzw66p8ld

31/03/21

Attention Year 6 parents! Just for your information, this letter may not have gone home to all children today. https://t.co/YABkKDENmQ

31/03/21

✏️ 4Hawking’s most improved in handwriting this half term. 🌟 Well done! They have both worked really hard on their grips and flicks. https://t.co/iuMB7Pfztr

31/03/21

👨🏾‍🎨👩🏼‍🎨4Hawking’s printing inspired by both Portuguese Azulejos and Islamic Art! 🧑🏾‍🎨👨🏼‍🎨The children have improved their printing skills so much since we started this unit earlier this half term 🌟 https://t.co/FS9ChpYFO4

29/03/21

The Easter Bunny came to visit HPAK today. The cheeky bunny had hidden eggs with letters on around the school grounds for the children to find & unscramble to make a word or Easter phrase. The reward, chocolate prizes for all! Thanks Easter Bunny🐰 https://t.co/EY3lfdZguM

26/03/21

Year 3 enjoyed creating travel brochures all about London. The 'Hello London' English task was a great success. https://t.co/0Auumc9h4T

26/03/21

Today, Y6 concluded their heart and circulatory system topic with a hands-on investigation of the heart. Using lambs' hearts, they identified and labelled the different parts before looking at the atriums and ventricles. https://t.co/2kpzkbCjs6

25/03/21

Year 4 have begun their Easter topic in RE by looking at the symbols relating to Easter and their meanings. 🐣 https://t.co/WYk6e4V7RN

24/03/21

In French 🇫🇷,Year 6 have created a recipe for their pizza. They will make them next week. Bravo! https://t.co/fkbRFcK36T

24/03/21

This morning, year 3 have looked at equivalent fractions in Maths and have identified the features of travel brochures. Collaboration skills in action!! https://t.co/zP15rVafmB

23/03/21

Congratulations to Hermione Y1 and Michaela Y3 who were “highly commended” for their entries. Well done to all the children who entered the competition, we are very proud of your efforts. https://t.co/hnC9a94kkr

23/03/21

Year 1 have been producing some amazing descriptive writing during our English lessons about the Gruffalo! 🐭🦊🦉🐍 https://t.co/fPpuxTeK45

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