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Roman Day in Year 4.

Today we had a fantastic day bringing out topic to a close. We looked at a variety of Roman artefacts with Mrs Sinden and she also taught us how to march in formation with our shields. We took part in a drama to explain how the Roman Empire expanded. Have a look at the clay oil...

Young Voices 2020

On Wednesday 5th February, 30 extremely excited children plus accompanying staff took part in Young Voices 2020 at the O2 Arena in London.    The adventure began with a smooth journey followed by photo opportunities, outside the Arena, proudly displaying our school banner....

Recommended Readings

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Homework 14.11.2019

Year 3  Due in Tuesday 19th November English Title: Can I identify different types of words? Since the half term break, we have been learning about different types of words. This week your homework is to colour in the picture using the key to show the different types of words....

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Homework 7.11.19

Year 4 English:  BOOK TALK  This week we have been looking at ways to improve our reading comprehension skills. We are encouraging you to look beyond the literal meaning of a text . This means you will be looking at spotting not just the who, what, and where in a text, but also...

Year 3 Visit to Chiltern Open Air Museum

At the beginning of the month, Year 3 visited Chiltern Open Air Museum to experience life in the Stone Age and the Iron Age. We enjoyed every minute; making the most of all the activities on offer! An interesting lady, called Rebecca who was dressed in animal skins, met us at the...

Year 4 – Creative Writing Project

On Monday, we launched our creative writing project with Cedar Park and Widmer End schools.  We enjoyed a morning of fun activities, with 4A being paired up with Widmer End and 4B with Cedar Park.    During the morning, the children experienced a drama session run by Sue...