Take a look at the fantastic creative homework the Year 6s have produced about their new topic- WATER WORLD ! Tour Of the Most Beautiful Coast Lines in the UK Blank UK Map http://learnhistory.org.uk/file.php/34/uk_blank_map.gif Top 10 Coastal Spots: THE WHITE CLIFFS OF...
Spring Spelling Lists
Here is every spelling test from January-May, the lists are based on previous SATs papers.
We concluded the Autumn term with our topic on 'Ancient Egypt', which saw the children uncovering buried artefacts, creating their own Creative Homework Projects and visiting Weston Park Museum for a day of mummification. Here are just a selection of photos to show what we've been up...
Fun in Year One
We have had great fun in Year One during the Autumn term. Here are some photos to show some of the things we have been doing.
White Post Farm
Today we went on a big bus to White Post Farm. We had to wrap up warm as it was quite cold! When we arrived, we had a quick toilet stop then went to find lots of animals! We were ever so brave in the Reptile House - some of...
Abbey Gates Choir at Southwell Minster
On 1st December, the school choir enjoyed performing alongside the WI at Southwell Minster in their 'Celebration of Christmas;. They had a fantastic afternoon and sang beautifully - well done Abbey Gates!
A selection of children from Year 6 had the chance to visit Source BioScience in Nuthall today. They had a fantastic morning learning more about the company and taking part in various experiments.
Food Glorious Food
Mmmmm! What a delicious topic to study! Through this topic we have had the chance to explore where many of the foods that we eat originate from. We have studied the science of food, the importance of eating a balanced diet, food chains, the packaging process...
Class 2 tried their hand at mummification today. WARNING: these photos are not for the faint-hearted!!
The children used their knowledge of the different food groups to design a 3D healthy plate. Can you see what foods they have included and which food group they belong to?