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Nursery Weekly News 16th May 2022

20th May 22

This week we are learning all about ‘Planting and Growing’ as part of our topic work on ‘Loving and Caring for our Planet’. The Pre-Nursery children shared the story ‘Titch’ during adult learning and used lots of lovely language to talk about the story. They were also very clever at telling their teachers how to…

Forest School

18th May 22

Form IV has a fantastic afternoon at Nomansland for Forest School this afternoon. They enjoyed the warmth while creating self-portraits using materials found in the woodland. We walked around as if it were an art gallery, explaining how we used different materials to achieve our pictures.

Form 1 Weekly News 6th May 2022

6th May 22

Tuesday, Mrs Matthews was very pleased to be back and see all the girls! The girls worked really hard on place value in Maths and in English we read Jim and the Beanstalk – a story set many years after Jack’s visit and the now very old giant, discovers that there are such things as…

Reception News 29th April

29th April 22

We all arrived back with a smile and a spring in our step ready for our new term in Reception. We started the day with Assembly in the Hall with Mr Sayers.  This was very exciting as it was the first time we have been to a whole school assembly due to covid. We also…

Reception News Friday 1st April

27th April 22

This week has been all about spotting things and keeping our eyes peeled for the unusual. We have been keeping an eye on the school pond for the past few weeks and this week were delighted to see that some frogs have decided to visit.  We have been checking for any changes each day. On…

Form I Weekly News February 28th

4th March 22

On Monday we quickly settled into class and took time to sort words with different ways to make the ‘ie’ sound. In English, we enjoyed listening to The Proudest Blue, written by the Olympic athlete Ibtihaj Muhammed. We found loved finding out about Asiya’s first day wearing her beautiful blue hijab. We wrote messages to…

Collagraph printing in Form V 

24th February 22

This form of printing is made by creating a collage, on mount board, from torn and cut out different textured papers, including wallpaper.  The board, now called a plate, is then sealed with varnish, and inked up using printing inks.  Using slightly dampened paper, the print is then passed through a printing press to reveal…

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