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Tuesday 21st November 2017
 
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Class Work - 2017-2018
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  21 Nov 2017
Hunting for Minibeasts
In Holly class this term we are learning about habitats as part of our science work. We headed into the nature area at school to see what minibeasts we could find. more>>
     
  16 Nov 2017
Trip to Mill Green Museum
We were very lucky to have an extremely fun school trip yesterday. more>>
     
  16 Nov 2017
Burning off the calories and putting them back again!
Oak class burnt off lots of calories and then ate delicious cakes and put them all on again! more>>
     
  15 Nov 2017
Our visit to Mill Green Museum
On Wednesday 15th November, Hazel and Pine class travelled to Welwyn on a 70 seater coach to learn more about The Great Fire of London. more>>
     
  15 Nov 2017
Is that Willow Class... or some vicious Vikings?
Willow class shared their Viking knowledge with the rest of the school today in their class assembly. more>>
     
  8 Nov 2017
Victorian Assembly
Holly class performed their class Assembly all about the Victorians. They did a fantastic job! They all spoke loudly and clearly and had learnt their lines very well. more>>
     
  7 Nov 2017
Chestnut Class Assembly
This is our Fairtrade Assembly. more>>
     
  2 Nov 2017
Activity Day
We had a lot of fun during the Key Stage 1 activity day. We had a chance to try; orienteering, indoor athletics, dance and speed stacking. more>>
     
  2 Nov 2017
Cherry and Chestnut visit Cadbury World
As part of their geography topic, Cherry and Chestnut Class spent an exciting day at Cadbury World in Birmingham. more>>
     
  2 Nov 2017
Gruffalo
We had a lot of fun getting on the train to Stevenage to visit the Gordon Craig Theatre, where we watched the Gruffalo! more>>
     
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