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Term 5



We began the day in assembly to launch our Jubilee day. Mr. Jones read us a story about the Queen's reign.


Each year group was given a decade, during the Queen's reign to research. Each child decorated a piece of bunting and wrote or drew an event that was relevant to that particular decade or the Queen's life. Each year group created one A3 piece of work  to make a permanent whole school timeline.


In the afternoon we met on the playground with our bunting and joined the year group’s bunting together to create a bunting timeline. We also had a dance to some music from each decade!


20.5.22 Science Friction Investigation

9.5.22 Violins




Emilia-In violin we have been learning how to hold the violin and it really hurts your jaw.


Rimes-We have been using the names of animals to learn the string names. E is for Elephant, G is for gorilla, D is for dolphin and A is for alligator.


Mercy- We have also been learning about the different parts of the instrument like the nuts, frog and the bow.


Ta' Shiyah- All the strings are tuned on a fifth and we can play the song Muddy Puddles by plucking the strings.


Isabella G-The case is blue and has a container for the bow. It is made of velvet.


Yekshit- FRIDAY CHALLENGE- Today we made oragami parrots, boats, fortune tellers, dogs, claws, butterflies, hot air balloon, cats and hats.



WC 2.5.22.


Despite having 1 day less in school this week, we have managed to fit a lot in, from our first violin lesson to a fantastic visit to the local Bristol Jamia Mosque! Please see photos below.


Have a super weekend

PSHE Materials for Term 6

Welcome back! We hope you all had a relaxing break and we are looking forward to the summer term.

We are no longer doing Forest School, but we are still doing PE twice  a week on the usual days of  Tuesday and Wednesday. Please continue to send your child into school in their PE kit on these days. This term our focus instrument is the violin... and 30 of them have already arrived in school! Next Friday 6th of May we are visiting the Jamia Mosque in Totterdown. You will be receiving a letter about this, but if you are able to help us on the trip we would be very grateful! We aim to leave after morning registration and arrive at the Mosque for 9:45 / 10:00am... we will stay for approximately 45mins to 1hr and will return in plenty of time for lunch.

This term's science topic is all about forces and magnets. In RE we will be looking at important milestones and events in the life journeys of people following the Christian, Muslim and Jewish faiths. Geography is all about weather and will be linked to this term's English text 'Gregory Cool', which is based in Tobago.

Please find attached below some photos from this week's learning.

All the best

Mr Hewett and Miss Stone