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Autumn Term 2

Teaching in Elm class this year is Mrs Thomson and Mr Nicholls

If you need to speak to either teacher, please feel free to use the email function on the class page, or arrange to meet before or after school at a mutually convenient time.

Homework is sent home every Wednesday and is due on Monday of each week.

This term our value is Appreciation

Multiplication Madness!


This term, we are focusing on our 12 times tables.  We are thoroughly enjoying practising using the songs and our very own dance moves.


Please help us at home by practising everyday.

We have started off the second half of the Autumn Term with a buzz!


We have started to explore electricity in science.  We were able to create simple circuits using buzzers, motors and bulbs.

Have a look in our science books to see our knowledge of electricity symbols.

Our Unity week has been incredible so far. We have had an incredibly rare and exciting opportunity, where we were able to watch and join in with a performance from Osiligi Tribe of the Massai Warriors. 

We have been reading 'Outlaw' by Michael Morpurgo.  We have noticed how he tends to use short sentences packed with rich descriptive language.

We were introduced to Marcia Williams' comic version of Robin Hood and we have been making comparisons between writing and illustrative style.

In maths we have been recapping column addition and subtraction.  Reece and Cobi has been modelling how to set out our sums.

Kilvrough 2017


We have had such an exciting start to the term! On September 11th, 54 year 6 pupils went to Kilvrough Manor in Wales for the whole week.  We experienced body boarding in huge waves; caving in a 350 million yeeear old cave;scrambling over some extraordinary cliffs and gaining vital life and social skills by encouraging unity and responsibility. 

The children who stayed at school were involved in a superhero project, where they had the freedom to choose, design and develop their own superhero logo.


Learning Zone


12 October 2017


Our P4C question this week is….

Are humans more important than animals?

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