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Monthly Archives: May 2018

Teddy Bear Picnic in Key Stage 1

Year 1 and Year 2 enjoyed a Teddy Bear Picnic on Wednesday 23rd May to celebrate their teddy bear reading initiative. Every child has read 20 books or more since the initiative began in January.

We decided to give our picnic a royal theme to celebrate the Royal Wedding. We dressed up as Princes and Princesses or in red, white and blue. We had a fantastic day.

Year 2 Visit ‘Wor Lotty’

Year 2 made a second visit to ‘Wor Lotty’ on Tuesday 22nd May. We looked at the plants which we planted last time and found that they had grown. The whole allotment was blooming. We made a rainbow pasta with fresh produce grown at the allotment. We explored the woods and made dens. It was a… Continue Reading

Y6 at The Discovery Museum

Y6 had a great day re-tracing the steps of some of the most famous inventors and scientists from our region. We had a tour of the museum and learned lots about the likes of Joseph Swan, George Stephenson, Charles Parsons and George Armstrong. We realised how our region had changed the world! We also learned… Continue Reading

Congratulations to Prince Harry and Meghan

The children of St Lawrence’s dressed up in red, white and blue today to celebrate the forthcoming royal wedding.  We enjoyed learning all about royal weddings from the past and traditions which have passed down through generations.   We’re looking forward to the big day tomorrow and send a huge royal wave to the happy couple!… Continue Reading

Well done, Year 6!

This week, Year 6 have worked extremely hard all week to complete all their SAT Tests.  They completed six different tests: Grammar, Spelling, Reading, Arithmetic and two Maths Reasoning papers. We were impressed with their commitment, stamina and determination throughout the week and in the build up to them.  As a treat, we enjoyed some… Continue Reading

Ouseburn Farm

The Reception children had a lovely morning at the farm. They helped let the sheep out into the fields, fed the hens, sheep, horses and pigs. We also had chance to find out about some different animals – snakes, geckos and tortoises – not your usual farm animals but very interesting nevertheless! Continue Reading