We all had a wonderful time during our visit to Conkers. The weather was good and we took part in some really fun activities.
This week we enjoyed tasting some of the food items that the Aztecs would have eaten. WARNING - CHILLI CHOCOLATE IS NOT FOR THE FAINT-HEARTED!
Aztec Gods. Who were they and what did they protect? http://home.freeuk.net/elloughton13/aztecgod.htm
New Football Kit
Simon Palmer visited Abbey Gates today, on behalf of Source BioScience and he delivered a new football kit. The boys football team from Year 6 successfully entered and won a National competition with a rap persuading the company to sponsor a new football kit (video attached). A photographer from the Evening...
Yee Haa! Launch- Totem Pole building
To launch our new project 'Yee Haa!' the children in Year 4 collected boxes to build their own Totem poles. They learned about the importance of Totem poles to the Native Americans, then used their boxes and lots of bright colours to create their own piece. Some parents came and joined...
The Tudors Research Facts
Research Henry VIII http://tudorhistory.org/henry8/ Text driven but decent page with embedded links and two gallery links on the left-hand side showing many interesting images of the king at various points in his life. http://www.luminarium.org/renlit/tudor.htm Adult site with detailed biography and links...
Tudor Creative Homework
Year 6 have been really busy over the Summer Holiday working on their Creative Homework projects. Have a look at some of their work in the photo gallery.
Welcome to Year One
We are really looking forward to getting to know you and working together so that we have a very exciting and productive year. We hope that you enjoy the new challenges and approaches to learning that Year 1 has to offer! Our aim is ensure that there is a...
Today Year 6 successfully completed the DARE course. Here is a selection of the photos of the whole class after the Graduation. Thank you for all parents/carers who attended along with The Mayor of Gedling, Mr Ramsey and Mr Lord.
Year 6 were set the task of turning their favourite piece of fruit into your favourite book character! We had lots and submitted lots of great entries. Hannah Smith Kenny submitted the attached entry and finished in 3rd place in the 8-11 age category. Congratulations Hannah ! Find out more about fruity...