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30/10/17 - School Opens

01/11/17 - Reception and Nursery Parent Information Session @ 14:30

06/11/17 - Pupil Photographs

07/11/17 - Lions Parents Topic Celebration @ 14:45

08/11/17 - Lions Trip to Ledston

Wc 20/11/17 - Parents evenings

23/11/17 - Non uniform day - Christmas tombola donations please!

25/11/17 - Christmas Fair @ 12:00-15:00 

30/11/17 - Bags 2 School Collection

01/12/17 - Starfish and Dolphins Trip to Eureka

11/12/17 - Christmas service at church 

13/12/17 - EYFS nativity @2pm

14/12/17 - KS1 nativity @2pm 

20/12/17 - KS2 Christmas carol singalong in the hall 

16/01/18 - Y5 and Y6 SATS Parent Information Session @ 15:45

23/01/18 - Y2 SATS Parent Information Session @ 15:45

30/01/18 - Y1 Phonics Parent Information Session @ 15:45









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This week in Lions class...

Posted 8/7/2016

This week has been Science week. The children have been investigating what the effect of exercise on our bodies is. The children predicted that their hearts would beat faster, their pulses would race, their breathing would get heavier and that they would get sweaty. We learnt how to take our pulse and find out how many beats per minute (bpm) we had.  We planned an investigation and went outside to see what our heart rates were after different kinds of exercises. The children then made a table to show the results and we drew conclusions from them. We found the trend that our resting heart rate was the lowest and our heart rate when we had done the exercises was the highest. The exercise that gave us the highest heart rate was the side to side hurdle jumps. We were absolutely exhausted after testing so many exercises! We have also been learning about muscles and how they contract and relax. The children have looked at diagrams of cells and how they form muscle tissue. We have also been thinking about voluntary muscles which are controlled and involuntary muscles such as organs.

Thank you to everyone who came to the race for life! The children had lots of fun running and we were able to raise money for a great cause!

The learning log this week is ‘What are you doing in the summer holidays?’ and spellings have been sent home. There is no maths homework this week.