In science we were learning about the life cycle of birds. We cracked open eggs to see what was inside them. We found the yolk and the chalaza, that’s the cord that helps keep the yolk in the middle. It was interesting to crack the eggs open and we had to be very careful otherwise we could
A few photos from recent – enjoy!
On Wednesday 6th June there was a girl’s football tournament held by The Wroxham School in their field. The whole school came out to watch and support the teams. There were 3 teams from Wroxham School taking part, year 4, year 5 and year 6. The last game was Wroxham B (year 5) vs Cuffley A.
A super day – with Little Heath taking the winning spot! Thanks to all of the teams, our volunteers and Mr Owers!
The theme of this year’s Carnival is commemorating 100 years since WW1, so we have taken inspiration from the amazing Remembrance installation at the Tower of London to create our artwork for the exhibition. We have made individual clay poppies, just like the ones used to turn the moat around