Events and Visits

Zero Hunger!

During Climate Week Nightingales have been looking at goal 2 - 'Zero Hunger'. We have thought about how much food we eat in a typical day and compared that to how much a child in a famine stricken country like Ethiopia eats in a typical day. We have realised that we...

Science and Family Learning at Windy Nook

Last week, as part of our Science focus, we welcomed Kay and her team from Family Learning. They delivered three science workshops across school. The spaces were limited and the lucky few experienced a range of experiments and science fun! Take a look at the pics....

Super Scientists

What an amazing week Owls have had. They have been very luck to have 3 fantastic workshops linked to Science. They had great fun with Nick the chef learning about food science and healthy eating. Then a habitat workshop with Mike the scientist and finally ending...

Pirate problems get scientific.

Children in Dragonflies and Ladybirds have been learning about pirates and the sea this week. Their challenge was to make a pirate boat, find out if it would float and then see how many pirates could sail on it. Mams, dads and special people came to the launch party...

Science in Nightingales is fun!

Science Week has been great fun. We had a cooking demonstration by Nick the chef showing us how to make a healthy vegetable curry, it was delicious. Mike the scientist helped us to carry out an investigation about mini-beast habitats. We also investigated...

Science Week in Reception

As part of Science Week the children have been exploring sinking, floating and experimenting. The children designed their own boat and labelled the different things they wanted to have (propeller, sail, flag, windows, anchor, plank, etc.). They then made their boats,...

Refugee Week in the Ladybirds Class

The week started with an assembly from Nola Ellen who taught us the difference between refugees and migrants. Refugees leave their country because of safety whereas migrants choose to move to a new country for work, to join their family or to study. After this we went...

Bridge Builders in Owls

What a fantastic afternoon was had by all in Owls today. We invited our parents to help build a bridge using only 3 newspapers and 1 roll of tape. It became very competitive - and that was just the parents! Article 1: Everyone, under 18, has the rights of the UN...

Minibeasts turn into Megabeasts

Today the Ladybird children were visited by Guy Tansley from 'Bugs n Stuff' as part of our minibeast topic and our investigations for science week but Guy didn't bring minibeasts he brought megabeasts! They weren't your average minibeast as they were from all over the...

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