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  1. Year 3 go bananas!

    By Thomas Frost on November 4th, 2015

    Year 3 go bananas!

    To conclude their Geography topic on St Lucia, Year 3 have had great fun making and tasting banana cake.  The children have learnt the importance of bananas to the St Lucian people as a source of income (they call them 'green gold') and looked at …

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  2. Coastal challenge

    By Thomas Frost & Sarah Bozier on November 26th, 2012

    To conclude their Geography unit on 'Investigating Coasts', children in Years 5 & 6 were tasked with building a sea wall that would withstand a rising tide for as long as possible. The task was introduced with a spoof news alert which warned of …

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  3. Barnaby Bear visits Iceland

    By Rebecca McCarthy on May 28th, 2012

    We have had fun travelling around the world with Barnaby Bear - seeing many wonderful sights and learning lots of new facts!  These clips show us trying to replicate the volcanoes in Iceland.  Stand back...!  

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  4. Barnaby Bear travels to China!

    By Rebecca McCarthy on May 15th, 2012

    For their Geography, Year Two have been learning about different places around the world.  Barnaby Bear has been their guide.  They have found out many interesting facts about places from Chester to Australia!  He even went to China and look who …

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  5. River Quests

    By Thomas Frost & Wendy Rayner on March 9th, 2012

    Children in years 3 and 4 have today enjoyed sharing their ‘Quest’ homework projects.  The children were asked to produce a river system or river crossing model as part of their Geographical studies.  Photographs of their FABULOUS creations can …

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  6. Year 3 go bananas!

    By Thomas Frost on October 21st, 2011

    To conclude their Geography topic on St Lucia, year 3 have had great fun making and tasting banana tea bread.  The children have learnt the importance of bananas to the St Lucian people as a source of income (they call them 'green gold') and looked …

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