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Working together in maths

Year 5 have been teaching Class 2 all about angles! They've been looking at acute, obtuse and right angles, as well as measuring and drawing their own angles. We definitely have some budding teachers in Year 5!

Delivering Invitations

Year 5 delivering invitations to their history afternoon to the residents of Gipsey Bridge. 

27.02.15

Spilsby Partnership

Class 3 were challenged to a 'Who wants to be a millionaire?' quiz by the Y6 class at Spilsby. Look how excited they were to win the jackpot!

Football

Class 3 delivered our Harvest boxes to members of the local community

Class 3 and Class 1

On Friday 17th October, children from Years 1, 2, 5 and 6 worked together to create their Christmas card covers, ready for the orders to be sent next week! They worked brilliantly together, and were a perfect example of the super relationships we have developed in our school.

Foundation Stage are already showing good relationships!

Playing together
Sharing together
Working together to achieve a shared goal
Learning together

Class 3 - Survival

"We used relationships because we had to work together as a team."

Green Event

MacMillan Dance Day

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Two girls from Reception having a great time during our dance afternoon!

Residential trip to Caythorpe

Raft building
Problem solving - hoop passing against the clock
Problem solving - balancing the human scales!
Jacob's ladder
Building relationships by working together to solve problems, sharing the load during the raft building activity and giving each other encouragement and praise when climbing Jacob's ladder.

Working as a team when gardening and making a fruit salad, which we then enjoyed!

Working with other schools

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We had Mrs Westoby, from Queen Elizabeth Grammar School, visit us to teach us about micro-organisms.

Working as team for debating.

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We were given twenty minutes to create an argument, either for, or against, child labour during the Victorian period.
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