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From the Art Department…

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This term has seen the completion of many projects. Year 2 made kaleidoscopes whilst Year 3 have finished clay boats, with wooden masts and stitched sails that sit within a sea backdrop. Year 4 made beautiful puppets and practiced their joke telling plays ready to perform. Year 5 continue their perspective drawings and have made incredible progress.

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From Early Years…

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The Nursery has continued to be a thriving and busy department this term. Forest School has played a key role in our development, learning how to understand risk management when collecting sticks to ensuring our safety when making pancakes on the fire. It never ceases to amaze me how endless the possibilities are in our outdoor environment.

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From the Languages Department…

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This term has been packed full of lots of exciting activities and I am so proud of how well the Children have done on their different topics. Year 1 and Reception focused on the topic of ‘The Rainbow Fish (El Pez Arcoiris), we learned about sea life and how to describe it using lots of new adjectives (colours/size etc..) The children began making their own slides to tell the story, something we hope to perform to everybody next term. Year 2 have been reading the story ‘La Oruga Hambrienta’ (The Hungry Caterpillar) we revised adjectives and learned Days of the week and food items. T

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Lincoln Music and Drama Festival

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Once again Burton Hathow made their presence felt in the drama and music classes at this year’s Festival. In the Drama Festival we had over 80 entries with winners in nearly every class. We are so proud to all of our students for being brave and going on the stage to perform to a strange audience. In our eyes you were all winners! It is an excellent skill to be able to perform to people and ours, some as young as 4, did us incredibly proud.

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World Book Day 2020

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On Thursday 5th of March, the school was transformed into a magical world of fiction, with pupils and staff dressing as their favourite book characters to promote a love of reading amongst, not only our children, but children across the world. Reading is important for a multitude of reasons (which I won’t list here); one of the most important being its ability to transport us to another world, to experience the life, thoughts and feelings of someone else, often completely different to ourselves. Reading provides us with opportunity to escape for a period of time to somewhere completely new and different.

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