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Just look what Izzy found! She was so interested in this bumblebee. It was sad that it was no longer alive but it allowed us to look closely at this beautiful creature. We looked at it carefully, discussed the parts and what made it special. Izzy then decided to put it on our curiosity display, in a magnifying jar, for all to inspect.

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Mr Lindop: Fri 13 Dec 3:21pm

Well done to all of our achieve, star learner and reading award winners this week. Also congratulations to those children who collected their prizes from the Christmas fair.Very well done to Eva too who shared her piano certificate with the school in assembly. Finally, a huge well done again to Base 1 for winning the attendance award this...

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Miss Phillips: Fri 13 Dec 2:19pm

What a great way to end our week! This afternoon Base 4 have been super teachers, teaching Base 3 all about forces and magnets. The children found out about the north and south poles of a magnet, exploring which poles attract and which repel. We looked at contact and non contact forces using iron filings and a magnet. We used magnets to investigate which objects were magnetic and non -magnetic...

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B Cador: Wed 11 Dec 6:20am

Well done to Base 1 and 2 for a lovely Nativity performance yesterday afternoon. Great singing and fantastic story telling and a very happy audience of mums, dads, aunties, uncles and grandparents. We look forward to tonight's...