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Avocado Baby by John Burningham

The Hargarves want their new baby to grow up big and strong. But the puny mite will hardly eat a thing. One day Mrs Gargraves finds an avocado in the fruit bowl and the baby gobbles it up. Soon, the strangest things start to happen…

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Phase 3 – Courageous Advocacy

In phase 3, we have been raising money for the Hope Foundation as part of our Courageous Advocacy project. The children have organised, cake sales, a non-uniform day and a colouring competition to help rasie money. Also 10% of the sweet shop money, will also be donated to the...

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Out of This World!

The children in Year 5 have been learning about the Earth in space and researching information about the solar system. We gave them the freedom to choose how to present their work. Some chose to make posters while others made powerpoint presentations. They really enjoyed exploring and being responsible...

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Courageous Advocacy in Year 2

Year 2 have been inspired by Random Acts of Kindness day. Random Acts of Kindness Day 2020 was celebrated on February 17th. National Random Acts of Kindness Day has grown in popularity each year. It is celebrated by individuals, groups and organisations, nationwide, to encourage acts of kindness. To...

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World Book Day – Egg Characters

For World Book Week, the children were ‘eggs-cited’ to design and paint their own book characters onto an egg. We had Harry Potter, Mr Bump, Tracey Beaker, the characters of Alice in Wonderland and many more. During Friday’s celebration collective worship, all the eggs were displayed in the hall...

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Year 4 Courageous Advocacy

Since the start of the year, Year 4 have been busy raising money for a library box for the Cranbrook community. We managed to raise £113 from our bake sale during the Autumn term, which paid for ‘Men’s Sheds’ to build it for us. We then decorated it using...

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Eggstrodinary Dragon Drama

On Friday morning, Year 4 arrived at school to find the classroom in a terrible mess. Tables and chairs had been flipped over and pencils were scattered across the carpet. The children used their imaginations and took on the role of detectives. Upon further investigation, they found that the...

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Greek day

Recently, the children in Year 4 were immersed in Ancient Greek life for a day! They were engaged in their learning and loved taking part in a range of activities. This included making their own wreath, grape squashing with their feet, making and painting Greek pottery and making a...

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Urgent safety update

Urgent Update It has been brought to our attention that various social media platforms (utube, kids tube) have been hacked. And that video clips/ adverts which on the face of it appear innocent contain disturbing images and content. Please be vigilant re the sites that children are accessing at...

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