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The Year 6 have been making the most of the sunshine over the past few weeks, taking their learning outdoors. We have used our wonderful grounds to help us with many aspects of learning. In maths we revised area and perimeter, in Literacy we took part in a SPAG treasure hunt and in Science we have all planted a sunflower seed to link with revising plants (I wonder whose will grow the tallest!) We also enjoyed pond dipping, looking at the amazing life in our school pond. Hopefully the good weather will stay with us and we can get outside lots more!

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Miss Phillips: Sun 15 Sep

What a super week and a half we have had in Base 3 so far! It has been lovely seeing all of you in Base 3 again after the summer holidays. You have all come back well-rested and ready to learn. We have started to discover our new Learning Journey for this term through art. We have learnt about the Japanese artist, Hokusai and had a go at recreating some of the artwork he produced many years...

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B Cador: Sat 14 Sep 3:52pm

Wrenbury Toddler Group is growing! Do pop along on Wednesday mornings 9-11am to School House where Wrenbury Toddler Group meet. All welcome — babies to preschoolers (parents; carers; grandparents...) — indoor and outdoor fun — something for everyone.Click here to link to their facebook...

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Mr Lindop: Fri 13 Sep 3:58pm

What a fabulous week we've had in Base 4 this week!We've done some fantastic writing based on the strange goings-on at 4, Archangel Street. We were contacted by a reporter from the Lontown Chronicle who asked us to write a description of what happened when the house turned into an air-ship. The children produced some outstanding descriptive writing about oily cogs, multi-coloured...