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Mrs Bird
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At the beginning of the year, Class 2 measured their height, cut a piece of ribbon to the same length and tied it to a poem they wrote in their neatest handwriting. Today they have taken them home to see how much they have grown since the beginning of the year. ‘Children have a certain...
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This afternoon we enjoyed the ‘Service of Commissioning’ for Mrs Pye at All Hallows church. Rev. Steve led the service, with all in attendance, children, staff, governors and parents, playing a role in welcoming Mrs Pye. She was presented with a Bible from the Diocesan Board of Education Representative, Andrew Smith, as well as a...
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After Mrs Pye and her team of helpers cleared and prepared the kitchen garden, Reception, Year 1 and Year 4 have been busy planting. The children worked in small groups to plant courgettes in pots, ready to transfer to the kitchen garden in a few weeks time. They also planted a variety of beans, including...
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Salve! On Wednesday Class 2 had great fun preparing and enjoying a Roman Banquet for their special Roman guest. All of the children helped to serve one another and tried some foods which they hadn’t before, as well as enjoying some favourites. Following their research on what and how the Romans ate, they moved all...
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Today Class 1 have been gearing up for the Royal Wedding this coming weekend. They designed, made, ate and evaluated a sandwich fit to serve at the Royal Wedding. I think Prince Harry and Ms. Meghan Markle would have been very impressed with their creations. I know Mrs Bell, Mrs Carter and myself were!  
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Last week class 2 embarked on their tasting of different foods that the Romans would have eaten. They prepared and tried a range of foods then rated the look, smell, taste and texture. The children worked really hard, had great fun and are all looking forward to their Roman Banquet next week. .
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Today Year 1 and Year 2 took part in the Easingwold Cluster ‘fun run’. Miss Balch, Mrs Bell and Miss Tubb accompanied the children, and even had a little run themselves! The children were extremely well behaved, cheered one another on and persevered even when they found it hard. Well done to all who took...
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This afternoon, class 1 went on a Geography jaunt around our village. The children were looking at human features, in the west of the village. They used a compass to work out where North, South, East and West were and really enjoyed using them.  The children had their photo taken in front of a human...
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Today reception and year 1 had the pleasure of sharing some books with the year 4 children. The children each chose a book and were paired with an older child who they shared the story with. Some took it in turns to read, others listened and talked about their stories together. This followed on from...
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Today Rev. Steve came in to school to lead our collective worship. He talked about Lent and the reflective time that Christian’s observe and are actively involved in. He used Alfie to help him illustrate that sometimes we get ‘muddy’, he used this to represent our sin, but that through the forgiveness of God we...
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