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Donut Stop Reading!

Donut Stop Reading has been launched this term! All pupils will need to bring their reading records to school on a Friday where their reads will be counted. The class with the most reads over the week will win the Donut Stop Reading trophy and a donut to enjoy while listening to a story.  Donut Stop Reading winners for week commencing 26th April are; …
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The Very Hungry Caterpillar

In Ladybirds and Bumblebees we enjoyed learning about The Very Hungry Caterpillar. We had our own caterpillars which we watched grow into beautiful butterflies. We talked about healthy eating and made our own fruit kebabs, they were delicious. We also wrote our own versions of the story.’ 


Red Nose Day – Thank you, we raised £301.50

Children have recently brought home a Red Nose Day themed activity sheet or quiz. To be entered into a prize draw, please return them to your child’s teacher by Friday 19th March and make a donation to Comic Relief using the link below. https://app.parentpay.com/ParentPayShop/Foc/Default.aspx?shopid=2817 Please do not send a cash donation into school. There will be a prize for FS/KS1 and KS2 and the winners…
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Young Carers Action Day – 16th March 2021

This poster has been made by a young carer at Millbrook.


World Book Week – Alice in Wonderland

For World Book Week this year we are getting to know the classic book Alice in Wonderland. On Monday 1st March staff dressed up to start to week off. Year 2 children enjoyed their work on capacity making a potion for Alice


The Dragon’s Egg!

Year one had a strange object which appeared near their classroom. They followed a trail of scales to find an enormous shiny, green egg on a nest.They looked at the evidence to try and determine what it was…. they decided it was most likely a dragon’s egg. They produced some fantastic writing saying what they thought it could be. The dragon also set the…
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Giraffes Can’t Dance!

This week we have listened to the story ‘Giraffes Can’t Dance’. The children researched facts about the jungle and then drew a picture and labelled it. We then made sock puppets of animals you might find in the jungle. We wrote a materials list and sentences about how we made the sock puppets.


Superheros in KS1

KS1 staff dressed as Superheroes to introduce the new topic Historical Superheroes. The children in Year 2 became Superheroes as well by making their own Superhero masks.


The Glory of Rome

Year 3 and 4 have been studying the Romans this term. They have been exploring different designs and symbols used on their shields and the meanings behind them before creating their own design and completed shields. Can you tell what their interests were?


Champions For Change – Year 5 & 6

Children in Year 5 and Year 6 have been finding out about influential people in history.  They have studied Emily Davison and Emmeline Pankhurst who were key figures in the suffragette movement.  They led militant protests and campaigns to earn women the right to vote.