Before the scarecrow trail was a very busy time in year 3! We designed and made a longboat and filled it with Eric the Red and some of his crew. We made the shields out of cardboard and painted them in bright colours, just like the real ones!
Our Key Stage 2 pupils were bringing history to life last week to launch our learning this term about the Victorians. We experienced what it was like in a Victorian classroom and got stuck into the jobs of working Victorian children. We then discovered more about Queen Victoria and some of the amazing inventions that [...]
Linking to our work on decomposers of the rainforest, Y4 have been getting up close and personal with woodlice in a habitat investigation as part of our science work. We considered which type of habitats woodlice would prefer and came up with ideas for our own fair tests. We had lots of fun and found [...]
The whole school have been having a great time getting wet and muddy in an exciting obstacle course to raise money for our new running path around the field. A big thank you to Miss Brown and Class 6 who did a super job organising the day and making sure the children all got suitably [...]
We are marking British Science Week 2018 with a whole week of activities dedicated to learning about space and forces. As well as a focus on science in each classroom, children will be working together in family groups and with other classes to explore the topic through exciting, creative and practical activities. Have a look [...]
This afternoon, the school turned out in force (sporting our best blue and yellow!) to watch and cheer on the cyclists in this year's Tour de Yorkshire. Y6 headed into Beverley while the rest of the school supported from the village. The children embraced the spirit of the tour, cheering and waving flags and had [...]