We have been learning all about how WW2 affected children in Leeds and now we have been sent strict instructions to prepare with an Anderson Shelter and a Dig for Victory garden!Read More
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In Science, Mississippi class have started their topic on Classification.Read More
In Year 1 we have been reading and performing poetry!Read More
In Year 1 we have been finding out about the season of winter.Read More
Zambezi went on a visit to the water treatment works in Headingley.Read More
Year 3 have been learning about ‘Forces’ in science. We got active and acted out our understanding of ‘pushes and pulls’ .
Yangtze class planted 140 trees in our school grounds!Read More
In Science, Mississippi class made an electroscope as part of their Electricity topic.Read More
Today we have been to Whinmoor Library!Read More
Last week Year 1 went on a trip to the Great Yorkshire Show Ground in Harrogate to celebrate National Apple Day! We had a fantastic day and found out lots about apples! In our first workshop we used cooking skills such as, coring and mixing to make our own apple crumbles. During the second workshop we explored the orchard and tasted lots of different apples including, ‘Dog Snout’ and ‘Red Devil’ - yum! Lastly, we made our very own White Laith apple juice using an apple smasher and an apple press - it was hard work but we all enjoyed it!
Today was the first day of our ‘Supervised Tooth Brushing scheme’. All the children were excited to try out their new tooth brushes and most really enjoyed the mild mint fluoride toothpaste. We hope this scheme will support parents when brushing teeth at home and reduce the need for invasive action for tooth decay.
Top tips include:
Brush teeth twice a day, most importantly before bed.
Spit out toothpaste, don’t rinse.
Visit a dentist regularly.
Limit sugar in diet. Eat sugar as part of meals only.
We hope this will help our children have many years of clean teeth and healthy smiles!
What a welcome sight for the start of term! Our sunflowers grew really well over the summer holiday and are now flowering beautifully. Our pumpkins have also grown well and we are looking forward to harvesting them later this term - we hope to make Autumn lanterns and delicious pumpkin soup.
The grass enjoyed the summer sunshine and rain too and we have been busy clearing the cuttings to fill our compost bin! Our winter vegetables have already been sown and we will be planting Christmas-ready potatoes in the next few weeks. It's always busy in the garden!
We had a great day at Bishop Young finding out what High School life is really like.Read More
Yangtze had a fantastic morning!Read More
How does a seed grow into a mature plant? We find out in Year 2.Read More
We are learning about the animals and plants that live in a garden pond.Read More
On Tuesday, Danube visited Stump Cross Caverns.Read More
A day on the farm - Farmer James, meeting and feeding the animals, playing in the hay barn and having fun together.Read More
In Year 2 we are learning about animals and their habitats.Read More
Today, in Danube we have been making some healthy naan breads and Indian dips.Read More