Wednesday, 29 November 2017


Last Friday, year 6 travelled to Selborne to experience rivers at hand. We had so much fun carrying out experiments to find out the speed of the river, the heights at different parts (caused by erosion, transportation and deposition) and we also enjoyed a duck race! Year 6 learnt about why people settle near a river and the advantages and disadvantages of living near a river. The children were beautifully behaved and made Year 6 teachers extremely proud once again. Well done Year 6!

Take a look at some of our photos and see if you can find the tree saying hi to everyone!

Friday, 10 November 2017

Puppet Madness!

Puppet Show

As part of this half term's topic, 'That's the way to do it', Year 3 pupils are learning all about puppets. They have already started exploring puppets in class and learning how shadow puppets work in science lessons. Towards the end of this half term, pupils will be designing and making their own.

To launch this new and exciting topic, Year 3 pupils were lucky enough to be able to watch a professional puppet show on Tuesday afternoon! There was lots of cheering and booing throughout the afternoon and some children were even asked to come to the front and take part in the workshop which was very exciting!

We are now very much looking forward to designing and creating our own puppets in order to host our very own puppet show for children in the infant school to come and watch just before the Christmas holidays!