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  • Millie (Year 2)

    Published on Thursday 1st May 2014

    Well done to Millie on a great piece of literacy.

  • Isaac (Year 2)

    Published on Thursday 1st May 2014

    Well done to Isaac on a great piece of numeracy.

  • Keian (Year 5)

    Published on Tuesday 1st April 2014

    Our Year 5 have been creating spiral 10 degree pictures as part of their learning within Maths.  Well done Keian on a fantastic piece of work.

  • Dexy (Year 5)

    Published on Tuesday 1st April 2014

    Dexy has completed a fantastic piece of writing on the Highway Man.  Well done Dexy.

  • Phoebe (Year 2)

    Published on Wednesday 26th March 2014

    Well done to Phoebe on a fantastic piece of writing.

  • Alex (Year 1)

    Published on Wednesday 19th March 2014

    Year 1 are learning about how plants grow. As part of this topic they have been drawing pictures of flowers. Alex has drawn a fantastic flower picture using pastels. Well done Alex.

  • Kallum (Year 1)

    Published on Wednesday 19th March 2014

    Year 1 are learning about how plants grow. As part of this topic they have been drawing pictures of flowers. Kallum has drawn a fantastic flower picture using pastels. Well done Kallum.

  • Freya (Year 1)

    Published on Wednesday 19th March 2014

    Year 1 are learning about how plants grow. As part of this topic they have been drawing pictures of flowers.Freya has drawn a fantastic flower picture using pastels. Well done Freya.

  • Emmie (Year 1)

    Published on Wednesday 19th March 2014

    Year 1 are learning about how plants grow. As part of this topic they have been drawing pictures of flowers. Emmie has drawn a fantastic flower picture using pastels. Well done Emmie.

  • Ben (Year 1)

    Published on Wednesday 19th March 2014

    Year 1 are learning about how plants grow. As part of this topic they have been drawing pictures of flowers. Ben has drawn a fantastic flower picture using pastels. Well done Ben.

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