Monthly Archives: January 2015

VISITING AUTHOR ENLIGHTENS ADDERLEY

The children were truly inspired by best-selling children's author Vivian French yesterday! They all dressed up as princes and princesses to engage in an enlightening talk by Vivian followed by a book signing!  Children learned that as a child Vivian also struggled with spelling and handwriting (and loved chatting a lot!) but none of this…
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YEAR 6 EXPLORE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

Year 6 have been taking part in Domestic Violence workshops held by Women's Aid. During the workshop, children took part in different role play scenarios to understand how victims of domestic abuse feel. Children also learned about the various types of support that Women's Aid offer to victims and their families.
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THE CRIME SCENE IN YEAR 6!

Something terrible has happened in 6S! To solve the crime of the missing laptop, Literacy Target Group 3 became crime scene investigators! We scanned the scene for clues, collected evidence and worked with our lead investigators to solve the crime. Then as a group, we collaboratively created a news report to inform the children of…
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YEAR 3 LEARN ABOUT THE STONE AGE

Year 3 visited Bishops Wood today! Our day began with a joyful stroll in the woods where we explored our setting and we learnt which foods were safe to gather. As we became hungry we used Stone Age tools such as spears and fishing nets to hunt for food. When we captured our meal we…
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Year 4 Visit ThinkTank

Our Year 4 visited Birmingham ThinkTank yesterday as part of their 'Discovering Digestion' science topic! They asked lots of useful questions to build their knowledge and understanding. They had some very interesting workshops involving interactive and collaborative learning. There was also time to explore the rest of the museum, including a show at the awesome Planetarium!
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