Archive for February, 2016

Fantastic thinking

In today’s P4C session the children were asked whether they would rather be an adult or a child. After thinking about this for a short time they shared their answer with the rest of the class as well as explaining their decision. There were some very interesting answers!

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Measuring length

This week Year 1 have been very busy using cubes to measure the length of different objects. They have really concentrated to make sure that the cubes line up from one end to the other. Today they even started to think about the difference in length when comparing two objects.

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Seabrook Baptism

What an amazing afternoon! The children dressed up in their best clothes to to role play the baptism of baby Lily. We rearranged the classroom, set up our own font and asked the children to take on some of the key roles within the ceremony. We even had a mini celebration with cake and squash […]

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Safer Internet Day

Today Starfish Class took part in a number of activities to promote staying safe on the internet. They watched a short video about how to be nice to people online before playing a game to highlight the importance of not sharing personal information online.

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Bird watching

As part of the RSPB’s annual bird watch we spent some time outside this afternoon to see which birds we could spot. We were as quiet as mice as we took on our quest and this allowed us to see lots and lots of birds, especially gulls.

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Mini Athletics

Today Starfish Class spent a very exciting afternoon taking part in a range of Athletics activities including speed bounce, javelin, long jump and relay races. It was lovely to see the children working collaboratively in teams and cheering each other on. We’ll done Starfish Class!!

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Science Day

What a great day! The children were so keen to use their skills in Forensic Science to solve the crime of the missing chocolate cake today. We used the evidence found to compare footprints, take fingerprints and even decode the message from a secret note! I wonder if they can remember who we discovered was […]

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