Squirrels making a human timeline of the events of the great fire of London.
Carol Singing in the Playground
Our Pond Competition Winners!!
Playing rollerball during Ackie's PE session
Christmas has arrived in Squirrels - Making Christmas decorations and using our cutting skills to make snowflakes
Children in Need - We had a lot of spotty children today!!
Keeping the birds and squirrels of our forest healthy - We made some healthy snacks for the bird and squirrels.
Healthy Me - Keystage 1 spent a fun sparkly day dressing up as professionals who help us to keep healthy.
Whole School Fun on the Field - Fabulous end to a busy half term
Key Stage 1 have been using their skills of colour mixing, from Primary to Secondary colours and creating repeating patterns with their Beach Huts.
"We were using apparatus to investigate how many ways we could divide various numbers and the recording division sentence to match. We were amazed at how we could make connections with previous learning on Multiplication".
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