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Year 2 – Maths

In Maths, Year 2 have been learning to tell the time. They have been practising how to read ‘o clock’ and ‘half past’.

Wider Experiences

We would like to thank Ms. Helen Metcalf, our previous Headteacher, for her kind donation that allowed us to decorate our reception area.  I'm sure you'll agree it is very inviting and we know the children love it!  Thank you, Ms. Metcalf, from everyone at...

Awards

Well done to Lameesa!  She has achieved her level 3 pen licence and we are very proud of the determination and dedication she has shown in order to achieve this milestone.  Keep it up Lameesa - Level 4 is waiting for you!

Year 6 – English

Our Year 6's were so excited to hear back from one of their favourite authors @tompalmerauthor !  Thank you so much for taking the time to get back to our children, it really does motivate them to read!  #everylittlehelps #tompalmer #thankyou

Year 1 – Art

Inspired by the artist Cesar Manrique, Year 1 made their own wind toys. We then took them outside to see if they worked in the wind! #Dimensions #Art

Reception – English

Welcome to the jungle salon! This week, the children in Reception are reading Rumble in the Jungle by Giles Andreae and we have loved learning facts about all the different animals. At the salon, the children have loved styling their manes and tails. We have even...

Year 4 – Science

Year 4 have been exploring magnets in Science. They used bar magnets to test whether objects were magnetic or non-magnetic.

Year 2 – English

In English, Year 2 have been enjoying orally rehearsing the story of Pirate Mouse. They have been fantastic at ordering pictures and writing sentences to create a story map.

Community

As part of our drive to support our local community acquire key life skills, a digital class is held in school for parents and members of the community.  This helps them to develop skills not only to support their own children but also improve their own knowledge in...

Year 6 – Wider Experiences/English

Year 6 loved hearing all about @tompalmerauthor new book the Angel of Grasmere this morning! Mrs Cockroft has ordered a copy for class and they can't wait to read it! We watched some very moving videos about the events of Dunkirk and the effects war can have on people.

Year 5 – Geography

As geographers, Year 5 have been exploring global lines of latitude and longitude using coordinates. They found the coordinates of some key places around the world and even plotted the Titanic’s wreck site in the Atlantic ocean  (41N, 49W). #ccdimensions #geography #Titanic

Year 3 – Science/Geography

On Thursday, Willow class went on a trip to York Chocolate Story and had the best time. We learnt a lot about the history of chocolate production and how chocolate is made from a cocoa pod into a chocolate bar. We learnt about how it can be changed from a solid to a liquid and back to a solid again. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed making chocolate lollies and especially getting to eat lots of it!
#Year3 #YCS #DimensionsCC #Science #StatesofMatter

Year 2 – Geography

As part of our Four Seasons project, Year Two have been on a Spring walk in the school grounds looking at all the different plants and birds that are around during Spring time.

Year 1 – Geography

As Explorers, Year 1 went on a walk in the local community and explored some human and physical features. They also spoke to members of the community about their role in the community.

Year 3 – Geography

In our Athens Vs Sparta unit, Year 3 have been working together in teams to play map memory with a map of Greece. It was tough as some of the names of the places were hard to remember.  Whichever team remembered the most places in Greece, won! #AncientGreece #MapMemory

Year 6 – Geography

Year 6 have been learning about tectonic plate movements and how they cause different landforms and natural disasters to occur. @MRMICT #Geography #Year 6

Year 1 – Geography

As geographers, Year 1 looked at aerial views. They drew an aerial view of somewhere familiar such as the classroom or a bedroom. #Geography #Dimensions #UnityInTheCommunity

Year 2 – Geography

In Year 2, we have been looking at human and physical features in our Geography lessons. Children have created their own treasure maps including some of the features we have been looking at. #Dimensions #Land Ahoy #Geography

Year 2 – Geography

In Year 2, we have been learning about Madagascar. Did you know Madagascar is famous for it’s vanilla? It supplies 80% of the world’s natural vanilla! Here are some facts we have found out so far.

Year 6 – Geography

As Geographers, Year 6 used our atlas skills to locate physical features of the UK and located the tallest mountains in the 4 countries. We then located mountains from across the world. To help us visualise their size, we used cubes and noticed that the mountains in the UK are actually quite small! #geography

Year 5 – Geography

As geographers, Year 5 have been exploring global lines of latitude and longitude using coordinates. They found the coordinates of some key places around the world and even plotted the Titanic’s wreck site in the Atlantic ocean  (41N, 49W). #ccdimensions #geography #Titanic

Year 3 – Science/Geography

On Thursday, Willow class went on a trip to York Chocolate Story and had the best time. We learnt a lot about the history of chocolate production and how chocolate is made from a cocoa pod into a chocolate bar. We learnt about how it can be changed from a solid to a liquid and back to a solid again. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed making chocolate lollies and especially getting to eat lots of it!
#Year3 #YCS #DimensionsCC #Science #StatesofMatter

Year 2 – Geography

As part of our Four Seasons project, Year Two have been on a Spring walk in the school grounds looking at all the different plants and birds that are around during Spring time.

Year 1 – Geography

As Explorers, Year 1 went on a walk in the local community and explored some human and physical features. They also spoke to members of the community about their role in the community.

Year 3 – Geography

In our Athens Vs Sparta unit, Year 3 have been working together in teams to play map memory with a map of Greece. It was tough as some of the names of the places were hard to remember.  Whichever team remembered the most places in Greece, won! #AncientGreece #MapMemory

Year 6 – Geography

Year 6 have been learning about tectonic plate movements and how they cause different landforms and natural disasters to occur. @MRMICT #Geography #Year 6

Year 1 – Geography

As geographers, Year 1 looked at aerial views. They drew an aerial view of somewhere familiar such as the classroom or a bedroom. #Geography #Dimensions #UnityInTheCommunity

Year 2 – Geography

In Year 2, we have been looking at human and physical features in our Geography lessons. Children have created their own treasure maps including some of the features we have been looking at. #Dimensions #Land Ahoy #Geography

Year 2 – Geography

In Year 2, we have been learning about Madagascar. Did you know Madagascar is famous for it’s vanilla? It supplies 80% of the world’s natural vanilla! Here are some facts we have found out so far.

Year 6 – Geography

As Geographers, Year 6 used our atlas skills to locate physical features of the UK and located the tallest mountains in the 4 countries. We then located mountains from across the world. To help us visualise their size, we used cubes and noticed that the mountains in the UK are actually quite small! #geography
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