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10 01, 2020

Ev3 Robot Programming at the CLC

By |2020-01-10T16:32:38+00:00January 10th, 2020|Year 6 2019-20|

Year 6 visited the CLC today to learn how to program Lego EV3 Robots.

 

We had to be extremely resilient and ensure we were using efficient problem-solving skills in order to get our robots to do what we wanted them to. It was not an easy task but Year 6 showed fantastic teamwork and perseverance skills […]

9 12, 2019

Exploring Light and Electricity at the Science Museum

By |2019-12-09T13:21:58+00:00December 9th, 2019|Science, Year 6 2019-20|

Year 6 had a fantastic day exploring the Wonderlab at the Science Museum last week. We explored independently in our groups before focusing on light and electricity activities in the Wonderlab.

 

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17 10, 2019

Lego WeDo

By |2019-11-22T14:19:01+00:00October 17th, 2019|Year 6 2019-20|

Today Year 6 experimented with ‘Lego WeDo’ which is a Lego program that operates alongside ‘Scratch’, a coding program. We began by building models using Lego blocks, ensuring we worked in groups to follow a set of instructions. Although most of the blocks in Lego WeDo are standard Lego blocks, they also include advanced blocks […]

18 06, 2019

Y3 Recorder Karate and Violin Concert

By |2019-11-22T14:19:13+00:00June 18th, 2019|Music, Year 3/4 2018-19|

A huge well done to the Year 3s for their fantastic work this year during their instrumental lessons, which were showcased during a special performance today.

Thank you to everyone who came along to see just how much they have progressed, as well as to Mrs Bale and Mrs Hunter who have taught them this year. […]

20 05, 2019

BREAKING NEWS FROM MESOPOTAMIA!

By |2019-11-22T14:19:14+00:00May 20th, 2019|Language, Oracy & Literacy Blog, Year 3/4 2018-19|

BREAKING NEWS FROM OUR GUIDED READING GROUP!

 

Our latest reading of Varjak Paw has informed us that mysterious ‘vanishings’ are occurring all over the city. Cats are repeatedly going missing without a trace.

 

More information can be found by watching the following reports:

 

 

IMG_9125 from Heathbrook on Vimeo.