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  • Congratulations Miss Rayns!

    Published 26/06/18, by Gemma King

    In the words of the children "Miss Rayns is a 'REAL' teacher!"

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  • Tiny Tudor Elephants!

    Published 16/05/18, by Admin

    As you can see, the children had a fantastic adventure at Wollaton Hall.

    The children had the chance to sample Tiny Tudor life.

    Sir Francis Willoughby needed their help to get Wollaton Hall ready for a visit by Queen Elizabeth1.

    Take a look at the photo's to get a feel for the activities that the children took part in.

    Click here to go to the photo gallery and take a look at the Polar bears blog too.

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  • Visit to st. Mary Magdalene Church

    Published 12/05/18, by Wendy Boon
    As part of our RE this half term we have been finding out about Churches. During our recent visit to St. Mary Magdalene in Keyworth, Mr. Clothier showed us around  the church and explained about some of the features both in and outside of the
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  • Unique Unicorns with Deborah Carnelley!

    Published 27/04/18, by Gemma King

    Elephant Class with Deborah Carnelley and her Magical book 'MILO'!

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  • our topic for this half term

    Published 20/04/18, by Admin

    This half term we will be learning all about castles and things related to medieval times. Click on the attatchment below to see more details!

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  • Bringing History to Life.....or death?

    Published 19/03/18, by Admin

    Today the Elephant class and the Polar Bear Class joined forces in bringing history to life.......Although there did seem to be a lot of death. Particularly if they were given a character from 1853!  

    What on earth are we talking about?

    Well, the children were all given a character to try and portray. The setting was a certain hospital in Scutari, Turkey. This was the hospital where Florence Nightingale took 38 nurses to in 1855.

    Half of the children were not very lucky though as they were in the side of the hall that represented the Hospital in 1853. In those days the conditions were terrible and most of the soldiers died, not from their battle wounds but from the disease and dirty conditions.

    The other side of the hall had a much better survival rate due to all of the measures that Florence Nightingale put in place.

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  • science week! 

    Published 16/03/18, by Admin

    We investigated air pressure.

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  • Worm hunting!

    Published 09/03/18, by Admin

    We're going on a worm hunt.

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  • Elephant Class Do World Book Day!

    Published 08/03/18, by Gemma King

    Elephant Class dress up for World Book Day! Have a good look, who can you spot? 

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    Published 05/03/18, by Gemma King

    A little Elephant Snow Angel!  

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  • Getting Arty With Animal Prints! 

    Published 02/02/18, by Gemma King

    Usuing clay to create animal prints. 

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  • New Year, New Topic!! 

    Published 17/01/18, by Gemma King

    This term our topic is 'AMAZING ANIMALS!' 

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