Baking… Rationing-style!

Year 6 have been learning about life during World War II. To finish off our experience we took advantage of the Alderman Peel’s kitchens to do some baking. Lots of foods were rationed during the war, including sugar and eggs, so we made an eggless sponge.

How did they turn out? They tasted… well, okay…



Year 6 History and Art

This term Year Six have been learning about World War 2. We have linked the war into our art work. Learning how to draw with one point perspective, we created streets that disappeared into the sunset with Spitfires on patrol or a German Luftwaffe swooping in to attack from above.

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Passport Day

Our first ever Passport Day was a great success from start to finish!

We began our journey in the hall and split up into different groups – it was a great chance to work with different children, different adults and in a different classroom, and to learn a little bit about Egypt, The Netherlands, Russia, [...]


Evel Knievel visits Year One!

Last week we investigated our own toys as part of our History topic. Jack’s dad Simon came into the Year One class to demonstrate one of the toys he used to play with when he was a boy, so we could compare old and new toys.There was much excitement as Miss Vincent would not tell [...]


Eeek! Vikings!

Before the snow fell and we all got trapped inside, Spain class had a visit from some Vikings. We learned about who the Vikings were, where they came from and what they did. We got the chance to make flour, dress up, and make fire with a steel and flint. We even got a chance to [...]