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  • Newletter May 19

    Published 09/05/19

    Our latest newsletter is available

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  • FS visit to Yorkshire Wildlife Park

    Published 17/04/19

    During the last half term Reception visited Yorkshire Wildlife Park to enhance their learning journey; Would a wild animal make a great pet? The children had a great time spotting lots of wild animals that we have learnt about previously such as tigers, lions and giraffes. The children were also lucky enough to handle some wild animals such as Giant African Land Snails and Snakes during a workshop.

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  • Year 4 Visit Jorvik - 04.04.19

    Published 17/04/19

    On 04.04.19 Year 4 visited Jorvik.

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  • Litter Pick 04.04.19

    Published 17/04/19

    The whole school participated in a Manor Clean up, they worked alongside Wayne Munro Smith from Rotherham Council. Wayne came into school and provided all of the litter picking equipment. He worked with a range of different classes to help tidy up our school premises. Have a look at the pictures to see how much litter we collected.

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  • New Menu from 29.04.19 - 19.07.19

    Published 11/04/19

    Below is our new school menu for after the Easter Holidays.

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  • Year 6 visit Eden Camp 27.03.19

    Published 11/04/19

    Year 6 had a fantastic time at Eden Camp, where they learnt lots of fascinating facts.  They stepped back in time to WW1 and visited WW2. They really enjoyed going into the different huts and finding out how people lived during WW2.

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  • Year 2 - Sherwood Forest

    Published 05/04/19

    Year 2 had an amazing day at Sherwood Forest. We built different habitats for woodland animals and went on a tour of the forest with Robin Hood.

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  • Maltby Memorial Dig 01.04.19

    Published 05/04/19

    A group of KS2 Student Leaders attended the Maltby Memorial Event on 1st April along with Mrs Berry, for the marking of the dig of the first sod. The event included speakers Bill Spilsby, Reverend Mike and Cllr Sharon Biggins to commemorate the Maltby Minors. The Student Leaders also met Marie, who was a Colliery Nurse in 1956 and watched as she made the first dig.

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  • Year 3 - Eureka

    Published 05/04/19

    Year 3 used their recent visit to Eureka to help them further explore the question 'Is technology a good thing?'. As well as their chance to investigate Eureka itself and the different exhibitions, we were able to take part in a computing workshop. It was here that the children were able to program their own robots by using coding and understanding how to use different algorithms. This was a perfect way to celebrate the novel 'House of Robots' that both classes have been reading in Novel Study. The children were a credit to the school and they all loved their visit!

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  • Year 5 - Egyptian Day

    Published 05/04/19

    To celebrate our ancient Egyptian learning journey, an ancient Egyptian workshop visited Year 5 which brought the learning to life. Full of fun and laughter, the children met an Egyptologist called Clarence Trimbold who took the children back in time to when the tomb of Tutankhamun was first discovered. Children demonstrated their amazing acting ability as they were taken on journey through time to discover what daily life was like for the ancient Egyptians. The non-stop session also gave children the opportunity to mummify one of their class mates, carefully following the process to remove the organs and ensure the body was prepared for the afterlife. This was a fantastic celebration of our learning and the children showed an excellent understanding of this incredible period of history.

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