Year Group Blog

Great Sportsmanship

After the disappointment of a cancelled Sports’ Day, we were delighted to have cooler weather on Tuesday morning so that Year 3 and 4 could enjoy all their sports day events.  The support and sportsmanship was terrific and we all …

When Thursday became Sunday

Thursday became Sun-day and we investigated, celebrated, researched, created and recorded our learning and understanding of our nearest star.

Sport abounded too;  We were thrilled to have Jonnie Peacock with us on Wednesday – he oozed an infectious passion for …

All things fantastical

We have chosen new poems at LAMDA this week and will be working on these for the rest of term.  Copies have come home.  The children do not need to learn these off by heart by it would help if …

Being our Best Selves

We started the week by continuing our study of Eddington.  We saw a demonstration of the innovative system for waste disposal.  Thank you to Cambridge City and South Cambs Shared Waste Service; we have been delighted with the effort local …

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

We were delighted to have LAMDA this week and welcomed Jo.  We have enjoyed reading, writing and sharing poems throughout the week culminating in a brilliant performance of A Midsummer Night’s Dream – all so enriching.

During Empathy Day we …

Light and Dark

Lovely to see everyone back again this week.

We have enjoyed lots of book talk and have started a personal recommendation list aswell as a class loan system.  This is currently books that I have read and would like to …

Trust

On Monday we were all involved in the Eddington Flag project, painting our silk flag designs before they are taken away for finishing with hemming, and dry cleaning.  It has been a privilege to be a part of this initiative …

Community Matters

We have enjoyed time to focus on the development of our own flags this week for the Eddington Flag project – the children have had some superb ideas for designing symbols to represent their heritage, family life and their own …

Water, water.

An amazing week for visitors.

On Thursday we hosted the British Antarctic Survey who ran four mini-workshops for us.  We learnt, amongst other things, about the tricky conditions living aboard a research ship, how seals are used to carry sensors …

Cricket and creativity

We were delighted to start developing creative performance skills in our first Big Foot workshop with Sarah this week.  The children explored the theme of trust and learnt the boundaries for the sessions which will run weekly until 1/2 term.  …