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Nicky Easey and Cheryl Mence, Joint Acting Headteachers
Wroxham Gardens, Potters Bar, Herts. Tel: 01707 643576

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25.5.17 Magic handprints

We had a lovely relaxing afternoon making these lovely pictures. View original post →

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Week beginning the 22nd May 2017

This week the children have enjoyed spreading butter and jam on toast and then eating it. They have also enjoyed lots of outside play.

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RSPCA Assembly

We had our RSPCA assembly this morning and Year 6 looked amazing in their fantastic animal masks:

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Furry Friday

Today, we were visited by the RSPCA who told us all about the important work they do. To show our support, we made animal masks across the school and wore them to assembly.

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Performing our Play Scripts

Yesterday, we rehearsed and then performed our play scripts. Each group was given a script written by a different group and had to stage it exactly as it had been written:

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Exhibiting our Vehicles

This lunchtime, Year 6 invited the rest of the school to come into our classroom to see the fabulous vehicles that we have constructed. The younger children were really impressed with them:

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Mythical creatures

As we have recently been exploring legends, we decided to make our own mythical creatures during Forest School.

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Investigating the royal family tree

In order to learn more about Queen Victoria, we investigated how she is related to our current queen. We discovered that Queen Elizabeth II is Queen Victoria’s great-great-granddaughter. View original post →