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A Day in London! - posted 18th Oct

Year 1 and 2 have been learning all about London this term. We began our topic by making scones in a bakery on Pudding Lane. This was where the Great Fire of London started. We built Tudor houses and burnt them on our school field – it was very exciting and the flames spread quickly. To make sure we were safe around the fire, we also had a visit from the local fire service who came in their fire engine. It was really fun to look around the engine and find out what they have to wear.

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Owls Woods

If You go Down to the Woods Today, You're Sure of an Owl Surprise - posted 28th Jun

As we are starting to see brighter weather and lovely long afternoons the Owls (foundation stage) have started their weekly trips to the woods. It’s a fantastic opportunity for the children to explore nature and the outdoors, as well as extending their physical development and understanding of their local area. Each week has a different theme, whether that be based on a familiar story or challenges based on number, patterns and following clues.

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Community Week: Year 6 Work Experience! - posted 18th Jun

From Monday 10th June the pupils in Year 6 all went out on work experience to help in the community for 4 days. Everyone had different activities throughout the week for a morning or afternoon. There were many places that the children went to, such as: JAC Yard, Budgens, Waitrose, Chapel Lane Pre-School, Swallowfield Nursery, Caf’active and Cow City Stables.

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Trees! - posted 16th Apr

Late in 2018 we applied for some tree saplings from the Woodland Trust to plant over on our playing field. We applied for 30 hedgerow and 30 copse saplings. We were successful with our application!

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Reading Football Club Tournament - posted 29th Mar

On the 29th March myself (Mr Butler) and Mrs Oliver travelled with a few selected year 3 and 4 boys to play in a football tournament held at Madejski stadium where over 30 teams had entered. The tournament was set out into group stages and if successful, knockout stages.

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