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14/11/20

Happy Diwali to all of you celebrating the event. Happy New Year! We hope you have a good day despite the restrictions. https://t.co/wjRt1B6onU

12/11/20

Retweeted From Jon Chaloner

Discussing today how we are going to manage the appeals process...will it be a ‘normal’ pre-2020 appeals process? Students have had covid; some haven’t; self isolation for some, some more than once. This term. Same for staff too. https://t.co/FEEdocDbCW

12/11/20

Thanks for highlighting the brilliant work of estates teams in schools. We have over 150 buildings across our 41 schools and all need continuous care (including essential cleaning). https://t.co/X626n4PIWB

11/11/20

Retweeted From Hillcroft

On the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month https://t.co/6WyKeNxln5

11/11/20

Retweeted From Rosebery School

We will never forget. Armistice Day 2020. Head Girls and Senior Leadership gathered to plant poppies and observe the 2 minutes silence, whilst students listened to the poem 'The Day the War Came' by Nicola Davies. https://t.co/RebV0LDwcJ

11/11/20

Retweeted From de Stafford School

🌹At the 11th hour, on the 11th day, of the 11th month, we will always remember 🌹 https://t.co/VsTYG8EZ8e

11/11/20

Retweeted From Merstham Primary School

The children have been working really hard and created poppy pebbles for Remembrance Day. https://t.co/xVbGsqyzTz

11/11/20

Retweeted From Floreat Montague Park

Proud of the children at our Remembrance event today https://t.co/vXnwXz6jSA

11/11/20

Retweeted From Southgate Primary School

Today we have been learning about Remembrance Day and have had a minutes silence. We have decorated our classroom windows with poppies to respect those who have kept us safe. Lest we forget. https://t.co/KyMBmgxWZA

11/11/20

Retweeted From Outdoor Learning

Wonderful fun making leaf puppets with 2 eyes at nursery linked in with the number of the week, number 2. https://t.co/SqneNswkVD

11/11/20

Retweeted From Aureus School

We will remember them https://t.co/zwGwIkRZJg https://t.co/APLTyWtEW4

08/11/20

Lest we forget. https://t.co/zCSM2nMMkM

02/11/20

Welcome back to the new half term everyone!

21/10/20

Thanks to all our staff and volunteers for all they have achieved this half term. An amazing response. https://t.co/lCkqq3Myk6

11/10/20

A decade on: and came together under shared ‘executive’ leadership on this day in 2010. Within 2 years, was created as the both committed to a permanent partnership - thriving together for the last decade. Happy anniversary both👏🏻

05/10/20

Such gratitude to all teachers with us for all that they have achieved throughout 2020. Thank you.

02/10/20

It’s the weekend! https://t.co/zm919V20TT

01/10/20

Retweeted From GLF Schools TT

We are looking to appoint an administrator to drive forward our marketing/recruitment and communications strategy - is this the job for you? https://t.co/0yIs8sjkWS

01/10/20

Retweeted From Salfords Primary School

Every child has the opportunity to 'make their mark' at our school - as seen on our new hall display where EVERY child has contributed! This is where our Headteacher Stars shine each week when children have displayed our values in school: https://t.co/8JoD5ee9Vz https://t.co/0PZa71Bj6X

Posted on: 21/10/2020

Take a walk with Year 1 in the land of the Dinosaurs!

Our Year 1 topic this half term has been Dinosaurs.  The children have enjoyed learning about these exciting, extinct creatures and getting creative.  They started the topic learning about the landscape where dinosaurs lived a long time ago.  The children created their own prehistoric landscapes using materials found on an autumn walk in the school playground.

The children had a surprise visit from a Dinosaur, who left them a gift in the form of a dinosaur egg.  Thankfully, they were able to donate this to Marwell Zoo for safekeeping, as the classroom simply is not big enough to keep it!

They were so intrigued by the gifted egg that the children designed their own, taking time to think carefully about the type of dinosaur who would have laid it.  They brought their designs to life by creating them using Paper Mache, which they then painted.  Such fun!

Also as part of Year 1’s Dinosaurs topic, they have been making moving pictures!  The children enjoyed colouring the landscapes for their dinosaurs.  They then drew around a template of a dinosaur and cut it out.  A slit was made in the paper and their dinosaur was stuck to a slider so it could move along the picture.

Lots of hard work and concentration has gone into making these beautiful pictures, don’t you agree!