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Year 4 – Awards

Hi-Yah!  Zariya, in Year 4, has been attending Taekwondo sessions and is quite the expert!  Recently, she took part in a competition and out of the 33 competitors in her group, she came 2nd and took the silver medal!  What a superstar!  Many congratulations Zariya, we...

Year 4

Last week, children in year 4 had fun celebrating Eid by playing games, listening to Nasheeds and having some delicious treats! [video width="720"...

Reception – RE

This week, Cherry class have been preparing for Eid! We have been making and writing Eid cards to our friends and family to show them we care. We also had an Eid party to celebrate the special festival. We all came into school dressed in our party clothes and carried...

Year 5 – Computing

Today, in Computing, we made a 'physical' concept map. We had to get into a circle and decide a concept- we chose a question about the Titanic- 'How did the Titanic sink?'. We had to remember to take turns and only one person could speak at a time. Mrs Morris...

Year 4 – Science

Year 4 have been experimenting with ice for Science Week, as part of the unit 'Frozen in time'. We looked at why salt was the best de-icer on a wintery day. We observed what will happen to ice when we changed the variables of the experiment.  We ensured that we did a...

Year 1 – Wider Experience

Pine class had an awesome time at the Yorkshire Wildlife Park. Despite all the walking, the children loved seeing all the different animals.

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.

Awards – Pen Licence

Look at the joy on their faces!  This lovely lot received their pen licences for super handwriting and presentation.  Some received their level 3 and others level 4, whilst there was one level 5 pen licence - the top level!  What superstars - finishing off the term...

Year 6 – PSHE

Year 6 were so lucky to have a visit from Jude, from The Peace Museum, who delivered a fantastic, thought provoking workshop about propaganda. We learned about the importance of checking facts and not believing everything we see and read online. #PeaceMuseumUK #Year6

Year 6 – English

Amelia has loved reading A Pinch of Magic by @MHarrison13! It's now one of her favourites and we've ordered the set for our class library. #Year6 #Readingforpleasure

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 2 – Geography

As part of our four seasons project, Year 2 have created snowflakes using a collection of winter treasures they found in the school playground.

Reception – Geography

Happy New Year from Reception! We have enjoyed being back and celebrating the new year.

We have been busy this week designing our calendars for 2024 and discussing the different seasons we have in the year.
We also checked out our amazing new poster in the corridor, which shows us the map of the United Kingdom and some landmarks within our city of Bradford.

Year 3 – Geography

In Geography, Year 3 have been working together to research the animals in the Big Five. They found out interesting facts about Elephants, Leopards, Lions, Rhinoceroses and Buffalo’s. #Dimensions #Geography #BigFive

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 2 – Geography

As part of our four seasons project, Year 2 have created snowflakes using a collection of winter treasures they found in the school playground.

Reception – Geography

Happy New Year from Reception! We have enjoyed being back and celebrating the new year.

We have been busy this week designing our calendars for 2024 and discussing the different seasons we have in the year.
We also checked out our amazing new poster in the corridor, which shows us the map of the United Kingdom and some landmarks within our city of Bradford.

Year 3 – Geography

In Geography, Year 3 have been working together to research the animals in the Big Five. They found out interesting facts about Elephants, Leopards, Lions, Rhinoceroses and Buffalo’s. #Dimensions #Geography #BigFive

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