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Stone Age necklaces

The children in year 2/3 have had an excellent time learning about The Stone, Bronze and Iron Ages with Miss Tubb this term. They all used their history and art skills to create some stunning Stone Age necklaces using clay, string and paint, similar to how Stone Age people would...
Posted On 16 Mar 2018

Newsletter 24, dated 16th March 2018

For Newsletter 24, dated 16th March 2018 click here

Marvellous Marble Run Fun

‘Build it Club’ had fun this lunch time creating their own marble run. They solved problems and adapted their models and all the children loved testing them out. Fantastic designs and engineering!
Posted On 15 Mar 2018

Wild weather forecasting

Today year 2 and 3 have been experiencing some wild weather. In fact, an entire year’s worth of weather hit the classroom this afternoon! Thankfully, year 2 and 3 were able to use their forecasting skills to describe all the weather we get in the UK during each season. We...
Posted On 15 Mar 2018

Les fruits conga

In French, the children are learning the French names for fruits, deciding whether they like, love or dislike them, and later on will be making fruit faces! Here are the children learning the French fruit conga. – Mrs Bell

Colour-mixing and dragon-making

The children in Years 4, 5 and 6 have been very busy these last few weeks in Art. They began by learning how to colour-mix, using primary colours and producing their own colour wheels. The children had great fun mixing paints but were tempted to pick up a bottle of green, orange...

Sport Relief Mile – Friday 23rd March 2018

At Sutton on the Forest Church of England Primary School we are all really excited to be taking part in Sport Relief 2018! As one of the UK’s biggest fundraising events, Sport Relief brings the entire nation together to get active, raise money and change lives. This year, Sport...
Posted On 15 Mar 2018

String telephones

Year 4 have been investigating how sounds change over distance.  We first of all investigated what happened when we moved the source of the sound further away from our ears and what impact this had on what we heard.  We then made string telephones and found out that these can...
Posted On 12 Mar 2018