Here are some examples of the children’s responses in the first week of their Power of Reading at Home booklets. Many of the new words learnt or links made have sparked off some interesting discussions in class – thank you. Please remember that booklets need to be handed in on Thursdays to share with the Read More
Year 6 children, Due to a number of you being unable to log on and complete your Leavers’ Book profile, I have extended the deadline for completion til 18th June 2018. Please note that no further extensions after this date will be possible, so please let me know ASAP if you are experiencing problems completing Read More
Torpel and Broadwheel would like to invite all parents/carers to come and look at what amazing learning takes place in our classes next Thursday (14th June 2018) following Family Assembly. We would love to see all parents/carers there and welcome parents of those of children who are moving into these classes in September. Best wishes, Read More
7.6.18 Dear Year 6 Parents/Carers, It is that time of year again where we have begun to put our Year 6 Leavers’ Book together! This year, the children are able to help with the creation of the book by logging onto the Leavers’ book site and creating their own pupil page information (they began to Read More
During yesterday’s Easter Technology day, we trialed the paper planes, which we had made for our STEM Learning Log. We are pleased to announce the following winners of each house team along with the distances their planes travelled: Wordsworth: Maysa (flight distance = 8.75m) Rossetti: Emily (flight distance = 9.17m) Keats: Jacob (flight distance = 6.79m) Tennyson: Nathan Read More
Harrie has created an informative video on sustainable, and environmentally friendly products sourced from the rainforest.
Please find attached our whole school STEM learning log launched in today’s science assembly. Please bring in your planes on 28.3.18 for flight trials during Easter Technology Day. whole school learning log_Paper Planes 22.3.18 PDF
Torpel have been exploring the impact of rainforest deforestation. They took on various roles connected with the issue, such as: indigenous tribe member, animals of the rainforest, loggers and those working for commercial companies. They then debated their views before holding a ballot. Torpel class voted strongly that rainforest deforestation should not continue!
Due to the weather, school will be closed today. We apologise for any inconvenience caused and will keep you updated.