Discoverers and Voyagers had a blast at the zoo today.
The children have helped to raise a fantastic amount of money with all of their bouncing.
Today we learned what seaside holidays were like over one hundred years ago, in Victorian times.
Voyagers and Discoverers started of the year by learning about the nutrition that animals need to stay healthy.
Last week, Sandhya Dave, a Cultural Champion, visited our school to teach us about Hinduism
Discoverers and Voyagers had a brilliant day full of activities run by our visiting author, poet and illustrator, Kev Payne.
As part of our RE learning and looking at Religion in the community, we were lucky enough to reenact a baptism at St John the Baptist C of E church.
Some incredible photographs taken on our trip to the community centre. Well done.
This week, Voyagers and Discoverers took part in the Village Festival which included many engaging and fun-filled activities.
The children have enjoyed learning about how to edit a picture in Computing.
As a start to 'Our Community' Topic, we are looking at our environment and thinking about how to help it.
Voyagers and Discovers have been developing their textile skills this term and on Monday, they got to share these skills with adults who came to support.
This week, in Science, we have been learning about the water cycle.
The children finished their loom weaving projects and evaluated them.
The children practised their DT skills as they made a key chain featuring the British flag.
This half term, Year 3 have been learning lots about music while playing the glockenspiels.
To kick start the topic 'Materials' in science, the children learnt about states of matter and how they behaved.
The children began their art learning for this half term using the artist Kandinsky for inspiration.
The children were brilliant historians today and looked at artefacts really carefully to learn more about people living at the time.
Year 4 have enjoyed Forest School this half term and the rain definitely filled the last session with fun!
On Wednesday afternoon, Year 4 spent some time celebrating the start of spring.
Discoverers and Voyagers have had lots of fun being scientists this week.
As part of British Science Week, Voyagers and Discoverers has a visit from the staff from Hearcare from Specsavers.
The children explored the fantastic museum which had a lovely Ancient Egyptian exhibit.
The children in Voyagers and Discoverers have been learning lots about fractions and this week started learning about equivalent fractions.
The children (and adults) had a blast celebrating this year's World Book Day.
This week in History, we learned how to order events and artefacts chronologically.
Voyagers and Discoverers started their new science unit this week; Sound.
This half term, the children have worked incredibly hard to create interactive pages for a story book.
The children learned about cyberbullying and how to speak out against it.
Last Friday, Discoverers and Voyagers filled their day with maths!
This half term Discoverers and Voyagers have been learning about Jewish festivals.
The children conducted a scratch test on different rocks to see which ones were harder than others.
Rain, wind and mud equals amazing puddle jumping and fun!
The children practised the skills of working scientifically by sorting sweets into groups in a variety of different ways.
The children had a fantastic day creating Christmas crafts in their house teams.
Discoverers and Voyagers have been using their amazing recall of times tables to complete Christmas based challenges this week.
The children build their map and navigation skills by going on a treasure hunt around the school site.
Voyagers and Discoverers have spent this term learning about light and shadows in Science and they have become fantastic scientific investigators.
Today we explored what can be shared on the World Wide Web and where websites are stored.
The children role played their own cooking show, making paella for the viewers at home.
The children learned how to play Danish longball and competed in their houses.
Today we cooked Paella, a gorgeous and flavourful traditional Spanish rice dish!
Voyagers and Discoverers have started to learn about Islam.
Today, the children discovered that they will be cooking paella for their DT this half term.
Voyagers and Discoverers have been mastering the difficult method of column subtraction which involve exchanging.
Discoverers and Voyagers spent the morning honing their tennis skills at Torquay Tennis Club, thanks to the support of Steven Maslen and his team of tennis coaches.
Today we conducted another electrical investigation.
This week Discoverers and Voyagers have moved into the Bronze Age.
This week Discoverers and Voyagers have moved into the Bronze Age and have started exploring this Prehistoric time.