Month: January 2020
Children at School support the introduction of the parking pupils in Today’s Henley Standard.
Children at the school were asked what they thought about the signs, Georgie Grocock said” I think it’s a good because it’s less dangerous and people will soon find out why they are there.” And Parent Katherine Bryan said’ I did notice these signs and I think they are brilliant – anything that cuts down […]Read More
We’ve got our own igloo in Reception because we’re learning about the Artic Circle.
We’re peeking out from our igloo. There’s so much to learn about, from the marine life, the birds, the polar bears and the whales who survive here, to the many communities, like the Inuits who’ve made their home in this chilly spot.Read More
In science we’ve learnt all about the mouth’s role in digestion.
We’ve raided Year 4’s photo album and unearthed these funny shots of the class in action during a science lesson. They’d already studied digestion in the stomach, this was all about how significant the mouth is in aiding that process. All the more important then to keep […]Read More
Spring cleaning and Spring!
There’s been some serious spring cleaning of the playground over the weekend. ( No need for Mrs Hinch’s help here.) And, Spring is definitely showing it’s face all over different parts of school. We all feel better already.Read More