Origami cranes – Year 5

By Phil Emmott on Tuesday, July 17, 2018 in Uncategorized. No Comments


Year 5 have been visited by the Tsuru Peace Project. We have been shown how to make origami cranes and challenged to create 1,000 across the year group. They are all colours and sizes and our bags and boxes are now overflowing. Tomorrow they will begin their journey to Hiroshima as a peace offering, after […]

Year 5’s Creative Commonwealth Day

By Miss Edwards on Friday, May 25, 2018 in Uncategorized. No Comments


This week, we have been learning about the Commonwealth as part of our celebration of the Royal Wedding.  This has also helped to build our understanding of the responsibilities that both the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will be holding within the Commonwealth.  We have researched different countries within the Commmonwealth and compared their values […]

Gangster Granny

By Gary Evans on Tuesday, May 1, 2018 in English, Library, Uncategorized. No Comments


Ben was stuck with his old and out-dated granny every Friday night ,whilst his parents watched dancing.He hated her  until he found out her secret… an international jewel thief! From scrabble to cabbage, Ben never thought she would be concealing a secret like that.They plan a great plot to steal the Crown Jewels, but Ben […]

Cross Country at Cofton Park

By Robin Adkins on Thursday, March 29, 2018 in Uncategorized. No Comments


A fantastic turnout and a superb performance by all at this week’s cross country event in Cofton Park.  Medals were won in years 3, 4 and 5.  Well done to everyone who took part and thank you to the parents for such great support!  We hope to bring you news of more events soon.  Watch this space….  

Sparking or Sparkling Science in Year 6

By Karen Spinks on Monday, March 12, 2018 in Science, STEM, Uncategorized, Year 6. No Comments


This afternoon, Year 6 have “combusted” iron wool and have found out that iron oxide is heavier than iron wool. This is due to the oxidation process, which changed the iron wool to iron oxide (denser). We did this by using electricity from a battery to add energy which created sparks; combusting iron wool looks very […]