14 September 2018

Beach Schools!

We are so fortunate to have the beach in such close proximity to our school. Over the past couple of weeks, Maple class have enjoyed using this fantastic learning resource to enhance their learning. We have covered many aspects of the curriculum, including art, team work, problem-solving as well…

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14 September 2018

Friday 14th Septemeber 2018

After a busy first week, we are well and truly settled in Elm class. We're having our swimming lessons on a Tuesday morning at the moment and enjoying them immensely!

We are carrying on with our Viking topic and are basing our guided reading sessions around them so we have extra opportunities…

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14 September 2018

Welcome to Oak Class 2018!

What a fantastic start to life in Year 6 we’ve had! Over the past two weeks we’ve been immersing ourselves in adventure stories - which we’ll be writing ourselves. We’ve made our own miniature woods in Forest Schools with Mrs Mason, and we’ve also taken part in the Tag Rugby Festival with many…

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13 September 2018

13.9.18

Welcome back everyone! 

We hope you all a fabulous summer and made lots of precious memories with families and friends!

Mrs Maud, Mrs Reynolds and myself are all incredibly proud of how the children have settled into their new classroom. They have quickly learnt new routines and adapted to…

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11 September 2018

Acorns First Week

What a busy first week back we had!!

We have enjoyed getting to know our new friends, new teachers and the rules and routines of our classroom. 

On Thursday we had our first Forest School sessions. We searched the woods, finding lots of fun areas where we could explore.  Mrs Mason gave us a…

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10 September 2018

First Week Back!

Welcome back!

We have had a great first week back at school in our new class!

This week has been a really busy one. We have found out about the rules and routines in Key Stage 2 and have already got stuck into exciting challenges in Year 3. 

On Wednesday we went to Whitby beach for our…

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7 September 2018

Elm's First Week Back!

Hello from the new Elm class! We're a little bigger than last year's class but we've managed to squeeze into our newly decorated classroom! Mrs Tillson and Mrs Gurney are still here and we've been joined by Mrs Natriss.

For our topic, we are finding out about Space and 'Going into the…

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7 September 2018

Welcome to Ash Class

We've had a great first week back in our new class! We are ready to get stuck into the exciting challenges of year 4.

This week has been a really busy one as we have started new maths and writing topics as well as computing, history and PE.

On Tuesday we had our first Forest Schools session…

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13 July 2018

Friday 13 July 2018

Well, this is the last blog post we'll write as Elm class! We're sad to leave Mrs Tillson after 2 years, but we're looking forward to Miss Robson being our new teacher and excited to be year 6!

Mrs Mason took us for 'The Great Forest Bakeoff!' on Wednesday. We made cupcakes and a birthday cake…

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9 July 2018

Monday 9th July 2018

Last week we were lucky enough to go to Beamish Museum on Thursday AND join in the celebrations for the Captain Cook Festival right here in Whitby on Friday. Below are just a few of our Beamish pictures to share with you.

 

 

 

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6 July 2018

Friday 6th July 2018

What a week! Elm class is flying! Today we've been down to greet the Tall Ships coming into Whitby. We stood and watched while we waved our flags, then went to the park on the way home.

This afternoon, we have performed our play, 'Dragon Days' for the last time. All the upper key stage 2…

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4 July 2018

Wednesday 4th July 2018

World Cup fever rages on in Maple Class as we continue with our projects. Our imovies are now finished and we are trying to arrange a time to share them with Year 6. In maths, we have gone football crazy with lots of code breaking activities and footy related problems to solve. We have even begun…

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