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After many months our shrubs from The Woodland Trust finally arrived. Most of the children in the school have had the chance to go out and help plant some.
We have a range of shrubs growing and we are really pleased with how they are looking.
Thank you to everyone who helped to plant them out and we look forward to seeing them grow.
Fantastic support for this brilliant cause as always 😀
This afternoon the children were playing crab football.
Golden book award winner, school football competition winner and outside school achievements. Well done!
On Friday the 18th of March, all staff and pupils are encouraged to wear non-uniform, fancy dress or their pyjamas. This is for a suggested donation of £1 and all proceeds will go towards making a difference to people’s lives. For more information follow the link to the official Red Nose Day website. Watch this space for Friday’s photos!
Year 4 have just started a new topic all about rivers. They will learn about the World’s rivers, how they shape the land, what landforms(E.g valleys, meanders, lakes) they create, why they are important to people and flooding. If you are out and about near a river you could talk about some of the features we are learning about.
It was fantastic today to be back in the hall for our Year 3/4 assembly. These were the members of our class who celebrated an achievement today. Well done😀.
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