Monthly Archives: July 2016

KS2 Sports Day

KS2 children had their sports day on Tuesday. On the hottest day of the year, the children all went outside for their morning and afternoon activities. They were armed to the teeth with sun cream, water bottles and sun hats as … Continue reading

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The Y6 Human Histogram

On the 8th July Year 6 created a human histogram based on their heights.  Having collected data on the whole year group, they then mapped this in human form, marked out a life-size histogram and then compared this to a … Continue reading

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The chicks are back!

The Reception Class were thrilled to have a visit from two of our chicks and were keen to see how they had changed.  The children thought the birds would be brown like most hens and so were very surprised when … Continue reading

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Year 1 Coronation Hall Visit

Over the past month, Year 1 have had the chance to visit the Coronation Hall four times to take part in an arts project. The arts project was organised by local artist John Hall and involved making a large map … Continue reading

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Year 4 – Vorteka Visit

Year 4 were lucky enough to receive a visit from Vorteka Virtual Realities. The children had the chance to explore the world of virtual reality through the Oculus Rift headset. Phil (the VR guru) explained to the children how the … Continue reading

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The Infants Sports Day at UVHS

Luckily the weather was on our side yesterday when the Infant children went up to UVHS for their annual Sports Day. Lots of mums, dads, grandparents and other family members came along to support the boys and girls. There were … Continue reading

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Nail Biting

Year 3 took part in some more Forest Schools on Wednesday. The class used hammers and nails to build boxes and could be seen along the whole length of running track working hard in groups. The weather was much improved … Continue reading

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