Monthly Archives: September 2015

KS1 children open their very own Victorian museum

This week the children in KS1 transformed their classrooms into a museum and then invited their families in to school to be shown around.  The museum exhibits were the artefacts that had been left by Edward and Elsie, the children who had … Continue reading

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Mrs Sadler’s Craft Club

The children at After School Craft Club have been very busy today making colourful collage fish. They had lots of fun decorating their fish with different colours and different materials. At the end, all the fish had a little swim around … Continue reading

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The Tardis arrives at STMS!!!!

This week, we have really begun our topic Time Travellers. On Tuesday when we came in from break, we had to quickly get into the hall because the Tardis had landed right in the middle of it. As we approached it, the Dr Who … Continue reading

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Mars Class go out for a walk

Mars class went to the park this week. We managed to dodge the rain but loved the puddles. We went for a walk around the Rugby field and saw slugs and snails! We also found an oak tree and we … Continue reading

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Something a bit strange going on in KS1!

Mr Barber came to see what was going on in KS1 this morning – he was this shocked!!! I wonder what caused him to be sooooo shocked???? Find out more later this week.

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Mars Class update

Mars class have settled very quickly into Year One.  They have been working and playing well. We have been writing recounts about our summer holidays and all the children worked very hard.  Sophie went to Paultons Park and Savannah had … Continue reading

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Neptune Class finds a place for everything and everything in its place

 Well Neptune Class have had a busy week and have been working especially hard for their first full week back after the summer holidays.  Mrs Tyler, Mrs Sadler and myself have been especially impressed with the Year 1s and how … Continue reading

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