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Monthly Archives: September 2016
Well here they are – the finished products – Neptune’s interpretations of the Battle of Trafalgar by William Wylie ….. Advertisements
All was quiet and calm in Neptune Class on Friday afternoon – 28 children were busy concentrating on adding detail to their Battle of Trafalgar paintings. Their art work had been inspired by William Wyllie’s painting the ‘Battle of Trafalgar’. … Continue reading
Yesterday KS1 had a very exciting trip to Portsmouth Historic Dockyard as part of their topic ‘Hip, Hip Horatio’. We travelled by train, which is always great fun too. At the Dockyard the children toured HMS Victory, climbing up and … Continue reading
To support their English work in class, Mars Class went for a lovely walk to the park this week. They had lots of fun and saw lots of different things too, which they could write about in their recounts when … Continue reading
KS1 were very surprised to find an old wooden trunk in the school hall yesterday morning. Fortunately Mrs Silk was feeling very brave and carefully opened it for the children to find out what was inside. Inside it was 3 … Continue reading
Well KS1 had a bit of a shock today…….. They discovered an old wooden trunk in the school hall and inside they found ……. …….. 3 RATS!!!! Ask the children to tell you more about Nelly, Victor and Sonny!!!