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  • Jack (Year 5)

    Published on Friday 26th February 2016

    As part of their homework Year 5 have been creating their own Inca Pyramids.  Well done to Jack on creating a fantastic model.

  • Phoebe (Year 3)

    Published on Thursday 25th February 2016

    As part of their Science Topic: Tantalising Tastes and Teeth Year 3 have been studying skeletons.  Well done to Phoebe on a fantastic picture.

  • Jonny (Year 3)

    Published on Thursday 25th February 2016

    As part of their Science Topic: Tantalising Tastes and Teeth Year 3 have been studying skeletons.  Well done to Jonny on a fantastic picture.

  • James (Year 3)

    Published on Thursday 25th February 2016

    As part of their Science Topic: Tantalising Tastes and Teeth Year 3 have been studying skeletons.  Well done to James on a fantastic picture.

  • George (Year 3)

    Published on Thursday 25th February 2016

    As part of their Science Topic: Tantalising Tastes and Teeth Year 3 have been studying skeletons.  Well done to George on a fantastic picture.

  • Freya (Year 3)

    Published on Thursday 25th February 2016

    As part of their Science Topic: Tantalising Tastes and Teeth Year 3 have been studying skeletons.  Well done to Freya on a fantastic picture.

  • Bobby (Year 3)

    Published on Thursday 25th February 2016

    As part of their Science Topic: Tantalising Tastes and Teeth Year 3 have been studying skeletons.  Well done to Bobby on a fantastic picture.

  • Ruby (Year 2)

    Published on Thursday 25th February 2016

    Year 2 have been writing descriptions on Mary Seacole.  Well done to Ruby on a great piece of work.

  • Lucas (Year 4)

    Published on Thursday 25th February 2016

    Well done to Lucas on a fantastic piece of homework on the War of the Roses.

  • Jessica (Year 2)

    Published on Thursday 25th February 2016

    Year 2 have been writing descriptions dinosaurs.  Well done to Jessica on a fantastic piece of work.

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