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Owls have been doing really well with their work on fractions and just to re-enforce that fractions are very useful we split a chocolate bar up. The children had to work hard to spot equivalent fractions and answer questions about which fractions were bigger. 

The children have produced some excellent work comparing two fractions using diagrams. We have not always found it the easiest topic in our maths but have persevered and it was worth it for the chocolate. In the end we got 1/30 of a piece each!

 

 

 

 

 

Robins celebrated the end of their 'Minibeast' topic with an Ugly Bug Ball dress up day. The day included cooking, sewing, face painting, collage, singing and story telling.

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Kingfishers have been learning about the human skeleton this week. They have enjoyed creating skeletons using cotton ear buds as well as fruit and vegetables. They have impressed Mrs Jones with their cutting skills-we have some future chefs amongst us!

It was lovely to see so many of the children at the village's annual Science Fair.

Mr Bridges had made an incredible hydraulic robotic arm which people enjoyed learning about - and operating!

Mrs Holt helped children to decorate biscuits to resemble the surface of the Sun using chocolate chips for sunspots and strawberry laces for solar flares.2017 05 20 15.05.02

 

Eagles have been writing news reports based on the supernatural events that took place in the music video 'Titanium'.

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