Date: 19th Nov 2017 @ 2:41pm
As part of our new topic on Electricity, Year 4 had a visit from the local Fire Brigade. The firefighters gave the class a talk about the dangers of electricity and how to keep safe. They explained about the dangers of leaving appliances on overnight and how they could cause an electrical fire. Year 4 asked many questions and at the end of the talk they had a special treat and went outside to see the fire engine. We had lots of fun and the children had a go at using the fire hose and even got to sit in a fire engine.
Date: 17th Nov 2017 @ 3:43pm
In English, Y5 have been learning about how to build suspense in their writing. We have explored a story called 'Francis' which is about a girl who rows her boat into the middle of a lake and hears knocks on the bottom of the boat. We have listened to how the narrator reads the story and found where the author has built tension.
The first time we heard the story we turned the lights off and made the room really spooky. We turned our tables upside down and pretended that we were in the boat instead of Francis!
Date: 17th Nov 2017 @ 2:09pm
We have been reading the story 'The Enormous Turnip'. The children helped to make turnip soup. It was delicious!!
Date: 15th Nov 2017 @ 1:56pm
Some pupils from year 6 took part in a dodgeball competition on Friday. They all worked very hard and behaved superbly.
We won some matches and lost a few but the children thoroughly enjoyed themsevles.
Well done, Y6!
Date: 30th Oct 2017 @ 4:18pm
We had a fantastic time at our halloween disco. We really enjoyed seeing your scary and spooky costumes!
Date: 19th Oct 2017 @ 3:53pm
Take a look at the fantastic learning challenge work that pupils have been doing at home!
Date: 12th Oct 2017 @ 4:44pm
Foundation Stage had a fantastic time on going on an Autumn Walk. We enjoyed getting to see some animals, looking at how the trees were changing and best of all, splashing in the mud!
Date: 19th Jul 2017 @ 11:32am
Y5 children have been busy making Maths Board Games for the Y3 children in the past week.
Keibhy Powell in Y5 said, " First we looked at different types of board games which gave us inspiration and ideas for our own. We then planned our board games in our books and wrote down the instructions. After that, we looked at the Y3 maths curriculum and this was how we found out questions to ask the children. We then made it in real-life and made 3d touches to them to make them look more appealing."
Joel Thompson in Y3 said, "I really enjoyed the board games. They are really fun and no one is playing unfairly. I've been learning a lot of things like 6 X 50 is 300 and it was easy to work out!"
The children have all worked very hard and had a great time this morning.
Date: 10th Jul 2017 @ 11:41am
Thank you to all the children and staff involved in setting up the Enterprise Fair on Friday! We raised over £600 for school fund. Congratulations to our winners - Year 6!
Date: 7th Jul 2017 @ 11:18am
We had lots of fun at the beach.
Date: 30th Jun 2017 @ 11:20am
Some of our Year 3 children have been taking part in Numbers Count since the Spring Term.
Numbers Count is a fun and exciting way for children to make accelerated progress in their Maths learning. Each child on their Numbers Count journey receives 1 to 1 direct teaching for 40 sessions - 3 sessions per week.
Today we have celebrated the achievements of the children who have been participating in Numbers Count with our SENCo - Miss Burns. Some of the children's family members came to support them and to see how far they have progressed. It was a wonderful morning to see the children's achievements and for the children to share their experiences while celebrating their success .
Date: 29th Jun 2017 @ 9:32pm
Date: 29th Jun 2017 @ 2:24pm
Well done to members of our RRS Steering Group for planning and leading the KS2 assembly this week all about articles 29 and 31!
Date: 29th Jun 2017 @ 1:38pm
Well done to all the children who performed in our Musical Extravaganza yesterday evening. Thank you to Mr Chadwick and Mrs Brooks for organising the event and to all the families who came along to support the children.
Date: 28th Jun 2017 @ 9:12pm
Our children, and staff, have really enjoyed Arts Week so far! They have had the opportunity to practice a variety of visual arts skills, such as drawing, painting, printing, collage, textiles and photography.
The finished products are excellent!
Date: 28th Jun 2017 @ 8:30pm
Well done to all the fantastic acts who performed at Lyme's Got Talent yesterday! Thank you to our very proactive Student Council for helping to judge the auditions and for presenting the show and to our lovely judges: Mrs Cribb, Mrs Lammond and Mrs Marshall.
Congratulations to our winners: 1st place - Megan G (floor gymnastics), 2nd place - Josh and Zak (guitar, drums and singing), 3rd place - George (comedian).
Date: 8th Jun 2017 @ 4:11pm
As a start to our Learning Challenge we have enjoyed an afternoon of seaside entertainment.
First of all we enjoyed our very own knickerbocker glory ice-creams, this was followed by a sing song - OH I DO LIKE TO BE BESIDE THE SEASIDE ...
We were very lucky as we then got to watch our very own Punch and Judy show - It was such fun and everyone laughed - It made us all smile. Also, we got to experience how they put on a Punch and Judy show and we even got to try some of the puppets.
Have a look at some of the photographs to see how much we enjoyed it.
Date: 25th May 2017 @ 4:11pm
In Year 2 we have been investigating: Do roots always grown down and shoots always grow up?
For our home learning we were asked to show our understanding of plants.
Some of us created mini-gardens, planted flowers and created art work linked to our Learning Challenge question.
Take a look at some of the photos or have a look outside of our classroom for our projects.
Date: 19th May 2017 @ 2:24pm
As a treat at the end of assessment week, the children played maths board games. These board games challenge the childrens' timestable knowledge. The majority are strategy games which makes the children think about other players answers and not only their own. They involve working out multiple sums at once and making connections using the inverse operation.
Date: 17th May 2017 @ 5:23pm
Date: 17th May 2017 @ 10:30am
We has an Anglo-Saxon expert came to our class and taught us how to make Anglo-Saxon shields and brooches.The children had a great day and all learnt a lot about the Anglo-Saxons.
Date: 17th May 2017 @ 10:00am
As a whole school project, each class read the Elves and the Shoemaker and used this as a focus for their writing. In Y5, we decided to have a look at whether it was unfair or not that the Elves were working for the shoemaker. We had a discussion using P4C (Philosophy for Children) and came to the conclusion that the elves had poor working conditions, no pay, unsocialble hours and many more. A lot of the children noticed that this related to some of the articles that we have been looking at in our Values lessons. We produced news reports, newspaper articles and diary entries from the elves.
Date: 17th May 2017 @ 9:09am
We read the story of Beowulf as part of our Anglo-Saxon topic. We retold the story using actions and story maps which helped us to remember it. This meant we could concentrate on the quality of our writing rather than trying to remember the story.
Date: 17th May 2017 @ 8:59am
Home School Learning Projects.
Date: 3rd May 2017 @ 7:52pm
The PCSO came to visit us. She told us lots of interesting things about the police.