Archive | June, 2017


Year 4’s Fab Friday icecream sale

As part of our literacy work we wrote persuasive letters asking local icecream suppliers to let us have icecream to sell in our school.  We will be having three Fab Friday icecream sales on 30th June, 7th July and 14th July where children and adults can buy icecreams after school from 3pm until 3.45pm.  The proceeds read more »

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Class 5S run a daily mile!

As part of a national school event, we have been taking part in running a mile every day at the beginning of school.  The Daily Mile run helps to get children fit and helps them to concentrate in lessons. Class 5S started the Daily Mile this week – which saw the hottest June day since 1976!! After registration, read more »

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Year 4 Chocolate winners!

Linking with our Charlie and the Chocolate Factory topic for World Book Day, The House of Dorchester Chocolate Factory in Poundbury judged all the entries of our chocolate bar wrappers and Mrs Borries announced the winners in our Year 4 assembly: Third was ‘Unicorns’ designed by Lottie. Second was ‘Lizzie’s Yummy Treats’ designed by Elizabeth. First read more »

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PGL 2017 (The Y6 Residential) The Reviews

This years residential trip brought a lot of smiles and there are many memories we wish to share. Listed below are some quotes from some that went: “It was an exhilarating experience giving us great memories!”-Molly 6P “It was so awesome and I would love to do it again”-Archie6P “It was torture (the weather was), read more »

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Class 3H stone age writings

As part of our literacy lessons, we have been writing paragraphs using complex sentences and expanded noun phrases. A complex sentence is a normal sentence with extra detail added, for example instead of ‘A witch is boring’ a complex sentence would be ‘A witch is boring because she doesn’t have anything to do at her read more »

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Year 5’s Jurassic Journey!

Year 5 travelled on two coaches to Lulworth. We visited the village of Lulworth and were shown round by a guide. The guide pointed out the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous rocks and fossils around the village and explained how the stones were formed.  We learnt that chalk is a very strong sediment rock and can filter read more »

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Class 3P’s amazing cave art

We went onto the school field and found thick and thin sticks.  We went back into our classrooms with the sticks and chose some paint in stone age colours, for example browns, blacks and reds. We painted stone age paintings using the sticks instead of brushes. We painted handprints, animals and stone age people holding spears. Some read more »

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