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News From China…

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My adventure to China was very successful. I visted four different schools and stayed in four different cities; Shunde, Shenzen, Qingdao and Shanghai. The main pupose for the trip was an invitation to visit New Century Shibei School in Qingdao. Building relationships with our new sister school is very exciting. We observed lessons, met with the SLT and their English department. We had a wonderful tour visiting every class. It is an excellent school with an innovative curriculum and we are proud to be working with them. A huge thank you to Mrs Ballantyne for being my traveling companion and invaluable translator!

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Year 6 Art Exhibition

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Year 6 held a very successful art exhibition on the last day of term. They presented their work, which consisted of Batik. This is a technique of wax-resist dyeing applied to whole cloth, or cloth made using this technique. Batik is made by drawing dots and lines of the resist with a spouted tool called a canting.

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Easter Fun!

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It's been an exciting day full of Easter themed activities. Here are some of the entries into our Easter competition! Our annual Easter egg hunt took place this morning with children from reception to year 6 working in pairs to hunt down some treats.

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News from the Sports Department…

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From the Boys: Both the U9 and U11 teams have had a successful term. The U9s and U11s won their opening game against Wellow House seeing our U9s win 7-0 and our U11s 4-3, with some fantastic football being played by both sides. Our next fixture saw our U11s play Orchard School where we won 4-1 with a stand out performance from Jacob Douch.

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From Early Years…

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“Brrrrrmmm, Brrrmmmm.” The EYFS have ‘revved’ up the excitement levels again by having our very own van in the garden!!! We have had so many adventures and explored the uses and functions of a vehicle. The children have engaged in a multitude of role play experiences including a bus station, a train station, a post office, an airport and engaged in lots of communication and language scenarios as well as mark making and numeracy. Mr and Mrs Arden brought in their John Deere tractor….it was huge!!!!!

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