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Monthly Archives: February 2012
On Thursday 9th February, Year 4/5 finished off their ’They’ve never had it so good’ topic with a fantastic exit point. ThroughoutRead the Rest »
On Thursday 2nd February, the School Council met to make some important decisions. The children decided what options there should be for GoldenRead the Rest »
Recorder Club is very excited to announce that we have now progressed to the note G! This means we can now learnRead the Rest »
On Monday 6th February, budding artists from Years 4, 5 and 6 worked with Mary-Ann and Angus to start the next stage ofRead the Rest »
On Tuesday, we were delighted to welcome Graeme and Lee from Dorset Music Service to our school. They showed KS1 and KS2 how to playRead the Rest »
On Thursday 2nd February, the parent working party met with Miss L Cox and Mrs Hawker to discuss current issues within theRead the Rest »
In maths this week some of Year 6 have been looking at sets of data and what we may want to knowRead the Rest »
On Wednesday 1st February year 5 were incredibly lucky to be involved in a fantastic cooking day. The head chef from the CrookedRead the Rest »
February began with Diamonds class presenting their assembly to an appreciative audience of parents and children. Our Christchurch theme was the inspirationRead the Rest »
Somerford v Burton (Home) Mr Tarchetti blew his whistle to kick off a slippery start! After a wet few days the pitchRead the Rest »
During our music sessions with Graeme we have been learning how to play glockenspiels and xylophones. Over the last few weeks, YearRead the Rest »