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The children in Base 4 have been getting creative and engaging their inner designers this first week back.

We've been designing moving bridges, like the cantilever lift bridge in the village. We looked at different designs of moving bridge from around the world. We then designed and built our own designs. It was great to see the different designs the children came up with, including lift, swing and bascule bridges. Some fantastic design and problem solving, Base 4.

In English, we've been developing our reading skills and trying to retrieve information from a text. We've also been looking at instructional texts and their features.

The children have also worked incredibly hard to get their learning journey books finished. It's been wonderful to see how proud Base 4 are with all of their learning from the Spring term. Well done everyone!

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R Charlesworth: Wed 17 Jul 12:53pm

We are all beginning to feel a little sadness about our year 6 pupils leaving us but what a lovely surprise they received this morning. Freya kindly made them a very special garden, filled with lovely flowers and stones- this really made them smile; what a kind thing to do. Thank you...

B Cador: Tue 16 Jul 9:58pm

WOW! The summer fair raised a fantastic £1873.26 on Saturday with an additional £200 donated by the village shop.A huge thank you to FOWS and all who supported to raise such an amazing amount to help us continue to offer the very best for our children at Wrenbury. Many, many thanks for the very generous donation too — much appreciated. What a wonderful community we belong to!...

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R Charlesworth: Tue 16 Jul 3:58pm

My goodness — we couldn't be more proud of Max and Harley; they have been the most wonderful news readers! The children all cheered and thanked the boys for their interesting and engaging assemblies, speaking of their favourite memories which included: women's football, the red moon, solar eclipses and cricket! Max and Harley, thank you so much — you will be greatly missed but I know...