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Autumn Term

In DT, we researched Italian foods; foods that are grown and made in Italy. We then produced creative posters to present our findings. After completing our research, we designed our own bruschetta topping. We had to consider the following when designing the topping: the equipment and ingredients needed to make the product, the nutritional value of the product, how the product would look, the textures, and how the bruschetta would taste. 


In English, we also wrote a set of instructions (in form of a recipe) about how to make bruschetta.  


Most of us enjoyed eating our bruschetta; only a few were not so keen! 

DT Bruschetta

Visiting Lorna House

Year 6 really did the school proud when carol singing at a local residential home for the elderly. The children were excellently behaved and had excellent manners!


The residents of the home were beaming and sang along with the children.  Our pupils lit up the faces of some of the residents. Not only that, but they produced a lovely sound!


Well done Year 6!


On Thursday 10th November, Year 6 attended a Remembrance Service at St Marychurch. We were honoured to be there alongside other schools and members of the public. During the service, we sang hymns and listened to a powerful speech. We were incredibly lucky to meet and talk to veterans who had served in the military.

Amilee and Tye bravely placed our wreath on the monument in front of a large gathering and bowed to show his respects.  

The veterans allowed us to take a few pictures with them.  

Working together for our Remembrance display in school

School Attendance
  • Reception 90.3%
  • Year 1 91.8%
  • Year 2 92.7%
  • Year 3 91.3%
  • Year 4 94.8%
  • Year 5 94.9%
  • Year 6 92.2%
  • School 93%
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