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Teaching sentence structure? Try making your own grammar video!

Whether you are a budding Steven Spielberg, or a complete beginner with the camera, sentence filming is a great way of using film for teaching grammar in an engaging way.The concept?Choose which aspect of grammar you are going to work on, for example relative clauses, create your sentence and draw its meaning in two...

Winter (writing display for EYFS)

Our 3D display is under the theme of winter. This display incorperates work from all EYFS pupils (nursery and reception). It shows progression from nursery pupils mark making and drawing recognisable pictures to reception pupils wriitng words and sentnences about the winter. We learnt about the weather and as a...


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Investigating Light with Foundation Stage at Withnell Fold Primary School

The children were learning about senses in the topic of 'Ourseleves'. They had been investigating the light and sound reources.

The children enjoyed playing withthe torches and were interested in colour.

We made the light box and used a CD and torch to look at the colours splittng. The...


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Colours, Colours (Sensory Story)

"Colours, Colours" is a sensory story and can be used with any age.  The story looks at a number of colours, with the objects and smells that are associated with it.The 3 end pages give you printables; the last page gives you ideas for the different objects and reminders of how to use the items in the...
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03 February 2017

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Lady Elizabeth Hastings- Solar System

We have have been looking closely at the Solar System. Not only have we learnt the order of the planets from the sun through a rhyme, but we have also been comparing the sizes of each planet. We created our own (approx scale) mini Solar System using paper mache, which is proudly displayed to remind us of what is...


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Uphill Primary School-South West

Children in Foundation/Year One were given the challenge of designing a new character from our book, Beegu. They had to create new aliens from space. 

They had to think about the features their alien might have, googly eyes, how many arms and legs.

 I think you can agree, they look...


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Yvonne and Phill'S Derbyshire Project

We have been using Space and the Tim Peake mission to inspire our writing. The children in Year Six used the photographs of earth taken by Tim and posted on his Twitter page to inspire their writing. They were most moved by the photos of rivers from space which linked with our Geography topic as well. Their poetry...


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Festival of Triangles

Festival of Triangles is a whole-school celebration of maths.In essence, it's a triangle-themed maths week that leads up to an event, usually held on a Thursday straight after school, to which you invite your whole school community.During the week, children carry out activities that build up excitement as well as...

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School visits to RHS Gardens

All four RHS Gardens offer free school visits led by a dedicated Education Officer that can bring any curricular subject to life. Schools can also carry out self-guided tours of the sites. School visits place children in direct contact with a wealth of practical horticulture, specialist knowledge and the sheer...

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Science workshops in Hampshire

From bones and bugs to fossils and taxidermy, Natural Selection Learning uses real natural history specimens for hands-on science workshops. Workshops are 90 minutes and themes include;Key Stage 1Marvellous Minibeasts and Where to Find Them  Discover more about habitats and the insects and other...

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