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CALLING EX PUPILS We’re creating an ‘Aspiration’ board for children to think about careers and achievements. We wan… https://t.co/63sPHMgmYe
Well done to all the children who have worked so hard this term. Hope everyone has an amazing Easter break! https://t.co/PsMWfM0gir
As part of their topic Sow and Grow, Innoko Class (Year 5) have been studying the American artist, Georgia O'Keefe.… https://t.co/KKPQPenRBG
Inspired by their guided reading book 'The Secret Garden', 2 of the children in Year 5 have been busy over the past… https://t.co/gjtuVggR2B
Following on from static experiments, Year 6 were curious about how acid and different metals combine to make a bat… https://t.co/3i6pPg7eaH
Yakama had lots of fun exploring the 'magic of food' last week. We observed many different reactions between foods,… https://t.co/vo8wc1Qqyq
The children in Year 6 have been excited to use the new tennis ball machine this week. Having this new equipment ha… https://t.co/uaHN4cDk16
Year 2 have tried out the school's new tennis ball machine for the first time. Our reactions and hand-eye coordinat… https://t.co/k8ndu0lF92
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