School Blog: June 2020

12th June 2020

Clockwork Tower – Super slow writes!

This week we were challenged to write a narrative based on The Clockwork Tower, a video on the Literacy Shed. It’s a lovely story so…

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11th June 2020

Year 1 Letter Writers!

This week, the Year 1 children have been learning all about letter writing. On Monday, Miss Pollard read the story ‘The Jolly Postman’ and showed…

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10th June 2020

Year 3 Astounds again!

Year 3 have been amazing again this week! They astound us with their motivation and commitment to learning at home. This week in Literacy we…

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9th June 2020

Perfect Postcards

Year 1 were very excited and surprised to receive a special letter in the post from Mr Lumber! He sent all the children a magnet…

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8th June 2020

Kingsleigh Weekly Update

Here is a look at all the great work you have been up to over this week.

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8th June 2020

A creative week for Year 3!

This week, the children have completed some activities which really focus on their creativity and imagination. These tasks have allowed the children to be resilient…

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5th June 2020

Here Be Dragons!

This week, we were challenged to create our own dragon design and then write an information text based on it. First, we listened to…

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4th June 2020

Pirate Adventure!

Last week the children in Reception moved onto a Pirate focus in their home learning. The teachers were excited what the children might do and…

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3rd June 2020

VE Day Celebrations in Year 4

Friday 8th May saw the 75th anniversary of the Allied victory in Europe, VE Day, at the end of the 2nd World War. VE Day…

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2nd June 2020

Year 1’s Plant Life Cycles

We have some wonderful scientists in Year 1, who have researched and shared the life cycle of plants. Plant life cycles are how plants begin,…

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1st June 2020

Year 3’s Amazing Learning!

Year 3 have been super busy this week becoming experts on Ancient Rome. We are so proud of them and their attitude to learning at…

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