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  • Day of the dead

    An interesting start to our new English unit. The children have made notes on this special festival which help them…

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  • Science – does it dissolve or not?

    Year 5 are investigating if a solid will dissolve in water? There were some interesting predictions before we started the…

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  • River Studies in year 4

    Yesterday, class 4 had a day at Cuerden Valley Country Park where we carried on our Rivers topic. The children…

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  • PE – gymnastics

    Each group has been assigned equipment to develop a gymnastic routine over the next few weeks. They must include: Travels…

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  • Money mentors

    Our two money mentors have been delivering the first of three gap tasks. They have worked hard during their lunchtimes…

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  • Making delicious biscuits for Purim – Elm Class

    This morning we have been busy baking delicious Purim Cookies.  We have been learning about Purim and how Jewish people…

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  • Year 3 Mosaic Making

    After working on trying to understand the Earth’s magnetic field. And some of us knowing how it protects us from…

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  • Court Visit

    This afternoon year 6 travelled to Chorley Magistrates’ court to participate in a mock trial. Those chosen to be magistrates,…

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  • Elm and Ash classes go birdwatching together

    This afternoon our two classes went outside to take part in the Big Bird Watch.  First we got a partner…

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  • Money management – Debt Aware

    Mr Souter is leading a unit of work on money management today. I’m sure it will have lots of real…

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  • British Values in Maple Class

    Today we have been learning about British Values. In order to learn about Democracy, we held our own democratic vote…

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  • Journalists in the making.

    Year 5 have been working in journalistic teams to writing the tragic story of The Highwayman and Bess. There has…

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  • Individual liberty – British values

    We have been thinking about what individual liberty means to us and we all agree that it is one of…

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  • Multi Faith Day – Year 2

    Yesterday we had a wonderful time when Mr Anwar came to talk to Year 2 about his faith .  He…

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  • Year 3 Science Investigation

    After carefully planning our investigation to make sure that it would be a fair test we put our plans into…

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  • Cricket – bowling

    This is the final lesson of cricket unit; the skill focus this week is bowling. We are trying to keep…

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  • RE – Bilhil

    Bilhil came to visit year 5 to enrich their RE curriculum. They learnt lots from him and what Islam means…

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  • Counting up in fractions

    Great teamwork from year 5. They were counting up in fractions (2/3, 2/5, 4/10 etc…) They could use either improper…

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  • Multi-faith Day

    We had a special visitor who has talked to us about his faith. We have learnt lots about Islam and…

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  • Guided Reading Presentations

    Year 5 prepared a presentation about Queen Victoria’s coronation to share with the class.  They all did a super job…

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  • Our Great Grosvenor Trip

    Today we have been writing a chronological report on our visit to the Grosvenor Museum in Chester. First we had…

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  • Year 3 Friction Investigation

    Today we have been developing our ideas about which surface is best for our toy cars to travel along. Experimenting…

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  • PE Dance – The Highwayman

    The children have really enjoyed this unit and performed brilliantly to our infant children.  Well done year 5

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  • Year 3 Chester Trip

    Salve! Here are just some of the photographs from our fantastic day learning about the Roman fortress in Chester.

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  • Fraction number sequences

    We are looking at patterns in fractions. We are counting up in different fraction jumps.

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