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  1. Aboriginal Art

    By Tom Bosher (SCITT) on February 26th, 2014

    Aboriginal Art

    Year 4 produced some outstanding artwork today, creating their own Aboriginal clay pieces. The children looked at the origins of Aborignal Art, focusing on the patterns and symbols that they used. In response, the children created their own pieces …

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  2. Measuring our success!

    By Wendy Rayner on February 25th, 2014

    Measuring our success!

    We put our knowledge to the test today! After looking at some reference measures, (a can of drink, a milk bottle, a medicine spoon, a kettle and a bottle of perfume), we tried our hand at estimating and measuring liquid volume and capacity. It was …

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  3. Communication Friendly School

    By Admin on February 24th, 2014

    Communication Friendly School

    We are now, officially, a 'Communication Friendly School', as accredited by Elklan. This means that we have the measures in place to be supportive of communication for all children, but particularly for those that have communication difficulties.

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  4. If you go down to Kingsfleet today...

    By Anita Farrow on February 13th, 2014

    If you go down to Kingsfleet today...'re sure of a BIG surprise! Early Years enjoyed an indoors Teddy Bear's picnic this week.   The children all brought a bear from home and were treated to buns, which we made and iced in cooking, plus lots of other goodies! We danced and sung …

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  5. Safer Internet Day

    By Thomas Frost & Wendy Rayner on February 11th, 2014

    Safer Internet Day

    Today in Key Stage 2, we marked Safer Internet Day 2014.  This year's theme was 'Let's create a better internet together'. The 'Wordles' below - focussed on safe and unsafe use of the internet - were generated using the children's ideas about their …

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  6. Gala goes swimmingly

    By Thomas Frost & Sarah Bozier on February 5th, 2014

    Gala goes swimmingly

    Well done to Year 6, who came 3rd in the annual Felixstowe Schools' competition. The children swam superbly and should be very proud of their efforts.

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