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Woodpecker Sharing Afternoon.

by | 5 May 2018 | News, Owls

Today the Woodpecker children had the chance to share their learning with parents. They showed their parents the piece of work they were most proud of and read it to them. They also took part in a SATS revision quiz on the Ipads. Children worked with their parents to answer Maths and Spag multiple choice questions and show […]

Owls’ Drowning Prevention Training

by | 5 May 2018 | Community, Owls, Visitors

On Wednesday 9th May, two lifeguards from Hadleigh pool came to deliver a Drowning Prevention training session to the Owls class. The children were taught what the different flags that you see on the beach meant, and practised spotting dangers in various locations. They looked at some of the equipment that can be used to […]

Treating Water

by | 5 May 2018 | Geography, Owls

As part of their Geography topic on Water, on Tuesday 8th May, the Owls did a lesson on treating water. We watched a video about how water from the seas and rivers is treated to be made drinkable. The children were then given cups of dirty water and were asked to take the dirt out, […]

Handball Tournament

by | 5 May 2018 | News, Owls, PE

On Tuesday 1st May, some of the Owls children took part in a Futsal tournament at Inspire, Ipswich.  They played really well; won 2 games, drew 1 game and lost 1 game. Well done everyone!  

Owls’ Shared Science Session

by | 5 May 2018 | News, Owls

On Thursday 3rd May, the Owls class were joined by their parents to carry out a science experiment. The theme of the lesson was Investigating Gases and we did an experiment to see if we could weigh a gas. We took 5 different fizzy drinks and weighed them when fizzy and when flat. The bigger […]

Cross Country Festival

by | 4 Apr 2018 | News, Owls, PE

On Wednesday 25th April, 12 children from the Owls class went to a cross country festival at East Bergholt High School. For the first part of the morning, the children were split into groups and rotated around four different stations. At each one, they took part in games and mini-races to practise their running skills […]

New Lunches

by | 4 Apr 2018 | Facilities, Kingfishers, Owls, Swans, Woodpeckers

Yesterday, saw the first of the new Pick N Mix choice for school lunches. There was a variety of foods for the children to choose from and those who had the Pick N mix lunch said it was one of the best lunches they’d eaten! Pick N Mix is available on Tuesdays and Thursdays; the […]

The Schools’ Farm and Country Show 2018

by | 4 Apr 2018 | Owls, Trips

On Thursday 19th April, the Owls class went to the Schools’ Farm and Country Show at Trinity Park in Ipswich. There was so much to see and do. In the morning, we had a ride on a tractor, examined some of the latest farming technology and then went to the animal barn, where we got […]

Egg-cellent Work All Round

by | 3 Mar 2018 | Kingfishers, Owls, PTA, Swans, Woodpeckers

Children in the school were invited to take part in ‘designing an egg’ competition which was organised by the PTA.  There were many entries and Mrs Allum and Miss Jones were tasked with the very difficult task of choosing a winner from each year group. Well done to all the children who entered the competition […]

Amazing Gymnasts

by | 3 Mar 2018 | Kingfishers, Owls, PE, Swans, Woodpeckers

On Friday 23rd March, an Under 7’s team, an Under 9’s team and two Under 11’s teams performed at Westbourne High School. Each team competed against other Suffolk Schools and performed a gymnastics routine to music; there was also some ‘body management’ work.  Mrs Allum spent many hours devising routines, choosing music and training the […]

Sunny Fun

by | 3 Mar 2018 | Kingfishers, Owls, Swans, Woodpeckers

Whilst the weather was still cold, this didn’t stop the children having fun in the sun today.  From catching cups to circus tricks and balancing logs the children certainly made the most of the dry weather!

Exploring Turns

by | 3 Mar 2018 | Maths, Owls

This week, in Maths, Year Three have been investigating turns. We practised quarter, half, three-quarter and full turns. Some of the key vocabulary we practised included: right angle, degrees, clockwise and anti-clockwise. To put our learning into practice, we positioned four different stuffed animals around the classroom. The children had to plan a set of […]

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