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  • Bake My Day by Isabelle

    Published 16/10/20

    Some of the children have sent in pictures of other activities they’ve been doing at home, including Isabelle W, who has beautifully decorated her biscuits. They look lovely and yummy Isabelle, well done!

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  • Trust recognition by Lord Lieutenant of Suffolk

    Published 16/10/20

    Consortium Trust and Barnby & North Cove Primary School were delighted to receive this Award from The Lord Lieutenant of Suffolk, acknowledging the significant contribution to the pupils and families of our communities.

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  • Bonfire Lunch!

    Published 16/10/20

    Celebrate Guy Fawkes Night at school with our Traditional Bonfire Lunch on the 5th November!
    Bonfire or (Guy Fawkes) Night is a tradition celebrated in the UK wth bonfires and fireworks.  The night skies fill with smoke from bonfires and colour and sound from fireworks representing the foiled explosion of the plot to blow up the Houses of Parliament. Sometime people burn the effigy of Guy Fawkes on their bonfires too. We eat Jacket Potatoes, Toffee Apples, Parkin Cake and Hot Dogs!  

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  • Autumn Art in Oak Class

    Published 15/10/20

    Oak class has been busy exploring Autumn. We have learnt about the harvest, the Autumn Equinox and how animals get ready for the winter by collecting food. We really enjoyed making Autumn Crowns too

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  • Oak Class are Mastering Maths!

    Published 15/10/20

    In maths, Oak Class we have been learning number bonds to 10 using cubes and the part-whole model. We are really good at this now! 

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  • Online Learning Excellence

    Published 15/10/20

    For two weeks now, Willow Class has shown fantastic resilience and an undeniable enthusiasm to learn. All parents and guardians deserve recognition for the overwhelming amount of support that not only the children have received but myself included.

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  • Acorn Class' Great Frog Rescue!

    Published 15/10/20

    This week in Acorn class we found a frog trapped in a tyre in the outdoor area. We are not sure how it got there but we all decided it was not a good place for it to live. So we discussed different places the frog might like to live including a bucket, an old shoe and the lavender bush.

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  • Chestnut Class' Striking Self Portaits

    Published 09/10/20

    This term Chestnut Class have been studying the work of Henri Matisse, the famous French artist and produced some wonderful self-portraits in the style of Matisse.

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  • Chestnut Class' Fine Art in the style of Matisse

    Published 09/10/20

    A pupil's Fine Art in the style of Henri Émile Benoît Matisse (31 December 1869 – 3 November 1954), was a French artist, known for both his use of colour and his fluid and original draughtsmanship. 

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  • Chestnut Class Matisse Masterpieces!

    Published 09/10/20

    This term Chestnut Class have been studying the work of Henri Matisse, the famous French artist.

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  • What are not symptoms of Covid?

    Published 25/09/20

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    Published 25/09/20

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