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We have ended the school summer term being very busy, we have harvested potatoes, blackcurrants, red currants, gooseberries, raspberries and strawberries.

Year 4 have been working in groups to create famous landmarks using natural materials. The detail on the London Eye was just brilliant, the group making Tower Bridge spent some time discussing what and how they would do before setting off to collect materials and another group even recreated the Burj Khalifa in Dubai.

Today we looked at some African clothing and discussed the colours and patterns. We used this as inspiration to design our own repeating patterns.

Our annual sunflower completion between Year 1 and Year 2 got under way this week. Each child has sown a seed, over the next few weeks they will water them while they are in the poly tunnel. We can’t wait to see the sunflowers brighten up our allotment garden.

We have had a great first week back of the Summer Term. Some of the reception children visited the chickens and hand fed them some treats.

Lavender and the twins are enjoying their mealworm treats

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Our porcelain sablepoot bantams are very good at eating from the children’s hands. Their names are Marilyn and Audrey.

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