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Wonderful Whittling

If you went down to the woods on Tuesday, you would have found...teaching assistants learning how to whittle! As we are working hard to develop outdoor learning in our school, the teaching assistants had a training session on Tuesday and learnt the Forest School skill of whittling wood. They had a fabulous time exploring our woodland and trying out fun activities and skills that they will use in future outdoor learning sessions with the children!

Wonderful Whittling

If you went down to the woods on Tuesday, you would have found...teaching assistants learning how to whittle! As we are working hard to develop outdoor learning in our school, the teaching assistants had a training session on Tuesday and learnt the Forest School skill of whittling wood. They had a fabulous time exploring our woodland and trying out fun activities and skills that they will use in future outdoor learning sessions with the children!

An Emotional and Exciting Day in Year 5!

We have had an exciting and emotional day in year 5KH. Mr Frith has spent his last day as our amazing teaching assistant, and it was our class assembly! After a morning of practising for our assembly, we were first visited by Miss Iqbal, and then Miss Freeman surprised us with a visit! The children performed so beautifully in the afternoon as they began our Holy Week liturgies by reminding us of what happened on Palm Sunday. Thank you to Miss Iqbal and Miss Freeman for visiting us. But most importantly, we thank Mr Frith for all of his support and dedication to us this year. We'll miss him very much!

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Pyrography in Year 5

The children in Year 5 have had a go at pyrography today. Pyrography is the art of decorating wood by burning it with a special pyrography tool. The children used the tool to carefully burn numbers into slices of wood that they had cut in previous creative curriculum lessons. They had to concentrate very hard, but they got the hang of it! We'll be looking at burning letters of the alphabet into wood next time, and we hope to give the wood 'cookies' to the reception children.  

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