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Monday 16th - Friday 20th May


We’ve had another great week in Eagles, particularly the year 6 children who went to play laser tag on Wednesday as a post SATs treat - take a look at the photos below!


In writing this week, the year 6s have finished writing their newspaper reports about fairytale criminals - they are super impressive! The year 5s have looked at diary entries and have started writing their own. 



In maths, the year 5 children have worked hard on multiplying, adding and subtracting fractions. 



In topic, we have been looking at significant events in Ancient Greece and ordering them on a timeline, from the first Olympic Games to the Battle of Corinth. 

We have continued to work hard in athletics and have focused on long jumps this week. 


The year 5s and 6s have been using Scratch to recreate a game called Pong.


Have a brilliant weekend from all of Eagles class. πŸ˜„

Monday 9th - Friday 13th May

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Hello parents, we hope that you have enjoyed your week as much as we have!



In year six, we have been doing a mix of all sorts, including word problems and arithmetic. In year five, we have been adding mixed numbered fractions.



In year five, we have been writing a newspaper report about the “Criminal” Goldilocks and her vicious attack on the bear family. In year six, we have planned a newspaper report about fairytale criminals and their crimes, we have also done spag revision.



In PE, we have began athletics. We tested reflexes, teamwork and speed.



In art, we have been studying street art and graffiti, focusing on Banksy. We made a pic collage about different types of street art.



We have been are learning about Greek islands, food, language, and more! We have also been learning about the countries that they export and import to.


Have a lovely weekend,

From Benji, Emeli and all of Eagles class. 😁





Tuesday 26th - Friday 29th April

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Happy Easter from everyone in Eagles smiley 

Monday 4th - Friday 8th April

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Monday 28th March - Friday 1st April

This week we have learnt lots and have really enjoyed ourselves. 



This week in maths, the year 6s have been dividing by two digit numbers, as well as multiplying decimals by three digits. We have also been working with partners to solve some tricky maths problems. The year 5s have been converting Km-ml, l-ml and kg-g.



This week, we have been learning disco moves such as the grape vine, the disco point and the lasso. On Wednesday, a few of us played a friendly match against Gastrells school. We thoroughly enjoyed it and we scored some goals! We also acted out our own version of Red Riding Hood in small groups.



This week we have been planning and building children’s toys using pneumatics. We used two syringes to push open our animal mouths! Have a look at the videos below!


In Geography, we have also been learning how things are imported and exported to and from other countries.

All in all, we have had a great week, happy weekend!


 By Benji and Emily.



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Monday 21st - Friday 25th March

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The blog this week has been done by James and Luca, filmed by Cruz. Have a wonderful weekend everyone and enjoy the sunshine! From all of the Eagles class. 😁

In DT this week, we had fun exploring and creating our own pneumatic systems for our next project. We talked about the advantages and disadvantages for each system.

Red Nose Day 2022!

Creative Dance

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Eagles class choreographed their own dance to the song Walk Like an Egyptian - take a look at their awesome moves!

Monday 7th - Friday 11th March 



This week the year 6 children have been writing letters of complaint and using formal language. There have been some funny ones, e.g complaining to pets, schools and even glue sticks!



In maths the year 6s have been working hard doing algebra and solving missing number problems. The year 5s have been doing fractions and decimals.



In PE this week we continued to learn hockey skills and also learnt some Egyptian style dancing.



In DT we have been learning about pneumatic systems and are looking forward to creating our own in the next few weeks.



In RE this week we have learnt about Good Friday, Easter Sunday, Holy Week and have started our own PowerPoint presentations.


We talked about natural resources, renewable and non-renewable energy sources.


Have a good weekend!

From Shay, Noah and all of Eagles class.




Monday 28th February - Friday 4th March 


In English this week, year 5 we have been writing a descriptive piece of work about a girl named Hannah who likes gorillas a lot! In English in year 6 we have been learning about expanded noun phrases and used them to write up some small descriptive pieces of writing.



In maths this week, year 5 have been learning how to make fractions equivalent to each other, for example...1/2= 3/6 and 1/4 = 2/8. In maths in year 6, we have been learning how to work out percentages of numbers such as 10% of 250 = 25 and 20% of 250 = 50. We also learnt ratios at the end of the week using a diagram!


In French we we wrote up a descriptive paragraph about a family member or a made up person!


In art this week we have been carrying on with our Egyptian style art of making pictures of us as pharaohs using oil pastels!

World book day

To celebrate world book day this year we invited parents into our class to read a book and eat yummy breakfast! We also joined live with Michael Rosen and listed to him read some of his poems, he made many of us laugh!

We hope you all have a lovely weekend and we will see you again on Monday!  By Harrison and Laurie!

Happy Half Term Eagles

We've had another busy week and are very disappointed that Storm Eunice has put an end to our week a day early!


In science, we finished up our experiment about shadows.  We looked at how we can change the shape and size of shadows.  In history, we began to look at the lives of pharaohs - we'll be doing some more research about them after half term.


Every week we have a different reading question on our reading display.  The children all write an answer on a post it note which goes up on the display and later that week we share our answers.  I've added this week's reading question below so you can all think of some good answers - if there are any really good ones, I may even get the books for our classroom!


Have a really fabulous half term - avoid the crazy wind tomorrow - and we'll see you in a week.


Monday 7th - Friday 11th February 2022

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Please have a look at the photos below πŸ‘‡πŸ»
See you next week from Nicole & Noah and all of the Eagles 😁😁

Monday 31st January - Friday 4th February 

Hi everyone, we hope you’ve had a great week.



In year six maths this week, we have been subtracting mixed numbers from mixed numbers. You had to convert the whole number to an improper fraction. In year five maths, we have done division and multiplication. 



For year six English we have been planning and writing a twist on Hansel and Gretel. In year five, we have been researching and writing about the amount of screen time allowed for children. (Thanks year five parents/guardians for sending in your thoughts!).



In PSHE, we have been writing a recipe for a friendship cake. Yum!


Guided reading

In year five, we have been reading Emil and The Dectectives. In year six, we have been answering questions about Strange Star.



In history we have been playing a board game that the Egyptians played called Senet (it was fun!).



In dance, we have been choreographing moves to the rhythm of Walk like an Egyptian.



In art we have been looking at Egyptian patterns and making our own. Have a look below at our brilliant patterns.


Hope you have a great weekend!


From Benji, Tate and all of Eagles class.


Monday 24th - Friday 28th January

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17th - 21st January 2022

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This week we started to draw our own self-portraits using pencil and graphite. Next week we will explore using oil pastels and pens.

Monday 10th - Friday 14th January

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This Term's Knowledge Organiser

The Caged Bird by Maya Angelou

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In PE this week, we learnt to move in different ways to a beat. Take a look at our slow motion videos!


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Merry Christmas from everyone in Eagles!

6th December to 10th December


As well as rehearsing for our Christmas production, we’ve also been busy working on our science and French this week. We looked at previous theories about the solar system and compared them to the one we have been learning about all term. We then created a split pin model of the solar system and labelled them in French!

DT - Moon Buggies

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Check out our very own Moon Buggies that we made and programmed this week!


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Monday 22nd - Friday 26th November

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Super Science Day!

We have had a great day doing science experiments. We discovered how soap pushes away germs, secondly we tested how we could inflate a balloon without using our mouths. Some people’s balloons exploded! After that, we made our own lava lamps and enjoyed the show!


Have a super weekend!


From Eagles (written by Benji)


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Monday 8th - Friday 12th November

Hello everyone and welcome back to Eagles blog. Hope everyone has had a great week!


In the year 5 classroom in English we have been working hard on improving our sentence writing and have been really descriptive. In maths we have been using 4 digit decimals to do column addition and subtraction. Also this week on Wednesday, all of Eagles went to Hawkwood College and did all kinds of fun activities.


In the year 6 classroom in maths we have been doing equivalent percentages, decimals and fractions. In English we have been writing the ending to a story called The Journey. The year 5 children also went to Hawkwood college and it was great. We explored the different types of trees, collected materials and then had a go at making some mini rafts which we tested back at school. Take a look at our photos below.

We have also started our DT project and researched moon buggies! We can’t wait to make our own!


By Mabel and Laila 😊

Monday 1st - Friday 5th November


This week has been very enjoyable so we thank the teachers for their help and hard work teaching us.



In year six, we have been ordering and comparing proper and improper fractions. In year five we have been adding five and six digit numbers with carry overs.



In year five English we have been writing about a video of a girl who wanted to go to space. In year six, we  been writing about a book where a family try to escape a war.



This week, we have been learning about the importance of safe passwords, copyright and plagarism.



This week, we learnt about the seven days of creation and the order in which things were created first.


Guided reading

In guided reading (year five) we have read Dindy and the elephant. In year six, we have just started a knew book called clockwork or all wound up.


We hope you have a great weekend. Plus, our autumn craft fayre will be great fun!

By Benji and Ewan.

Monday 18th - Friday 22nd

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We hope you all have a super half term! Take a look at our video to find out what we’ve been learning this week.

By Cruz and Lucy
Filmed by Tate

October 11th - 15th

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4th October to 7th October


This week in maths, the year 5s have been learning about Roman numerals.  The year 6s have been working on  multiplying and dividing by two digit numbers.


In English, the year 5s have been using working on writing a spooky story - we've used metaphors, similes and dialogue to create atmosphere.  In year 6, we have been writing a non-chronological report about our own planets - we are using semi-colons, alliteration and complex sentences.


In French, we were writing descriptive sentences about animals and fruit.


In PE, we practised our shooting skills in netball and we started gymnastics in the hall.  We were working on different ways of jumping. 


On Tuesday, we went to take photographs of the street names which match our new houses.  We then worked on creating a piece of art for each house: Thompson, Capel, Springfield and Folly.


The whole school had a harvest assembly - see our brilliant song below!


By Rufus, Hollie and Miss D




Our Harvest Festival Song

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Monday 26th September - 1st October


This week has been very fun; we thank the teachers.



In year six English, we have been writing about a planet called Demponite. We used semi colons and relative clauses. For year five English, we have been writing information about animals that we wrote. After that, we typed it up onto a chromebook.



In topic, we worked out how the Earth orbits the sun and how the moon orbits the Earth. We formed circles to create a human replica.



In music this week, we sang the ghost parade (accompanied by the glockenspiels) and we learned chords on the ukuleles. 



In year five maths, we have been rounding five and six digit numbers. For year six maths, we had to times and divide decimal numbers by ten and one hundred. We also had to times a number with one decimal place by a one digit number.



In pshe, we have been learning about Christians and their beliefs.



Our new vocab words for this week are tottering, livid, lingering, despair, triumph, abrupt, desolate, unwilling and astride.


Have a super weekend!


Benji, Noah and Henry 😊

Monday 20th - Friday 24th September



In year 5 maths, we have been learning about place value and plotting numbers on number lines. We have also ordered numbers from smallest to largest. In year 6, we have multiplied decimals by 10, 100 and 1000.



The year 5 children have been writing a fact sheet about animals and the year 6 have been writing an adventure story. Our new vocab words for this week have been debris, overwhelming, yearn, urge, obedient, deceive, persecute, spurt, phenomenal and facade.  



We have continued to learn about space and have started our Peter Thorpe art-work. Take a look at our pictures below! In PE we have been learning netball skills including passing and foot positions. In French we wrote a poem about the sun and the moon.


Have a great weekend.

Isabelle and Emily smiley 


Monday 13th - Friday 17th September


This week has been very fun so we thank the teachers for their hard work.



In year five, we have been doing maths riddles and making numbers out of blocks. We have also been doing six and seven digit numbers. This week in year six we started the week off with Miss Dempster’s nightmare-number lines, followed by rounding and values of numbers.



In year six English, we have been writing about a book named cosmic, we have been writing a story based on it, taking it step by step using the writing rainbow. In year five English, we have been researching about animals to get information about nature. These animals included a koala, a wood pigeon, and a sea lion.



In topic we have been carrying on with our space race topic, researching about animals being sent up to space and testing to see if humans could meet our solar system.


Have a great weekend! From Harrison and Laurie 😊


Monday 6th - Friday 10th September 


First Day Back

On Monday, we did team building skills and welcomed each other back into the community.



Throughout the week, we focused on place value, seven digit numbers, representing numbers and finding values of digits using place value grids.


At the start of the week, we wrote persuasive letters to the chair of governors trying to make her believe we would be good buddies. Later on, we learnt a poem off by heart and performed it in groups. Have a look at our poems below!



Our topic is called ‘The Race for Space.’ We started off by being put into groups with a planet each to research and made a paper mache model. Next we researched Sputnik (the space programmed satellite that was sent into space in 1957 by the Russians!) We also then researched the Cold War! We also started looking at the art of an artist called Peter Thorpe! He does abstract art and he does a lot of art about rockets and space! We learnt that he was born in 1957 (the same time that Sputnik was launched!) He does art with paint that he would have thrown away! (The background at least).

Written by Benji and Emilia smiley

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This week the children have been learning about propaganda and have come up with their own propaganda posters. They loved designing these and coming up with their own slogans!

The World at War! 


The Eagles have been working really hard learning all about World War 2 during this term. They have learnt about the start of the war and wrote some fantastic news reports. They have learnt about the Evacuation of Dunkirk creating some brilliant comic strips full of amazing drawings. Did you know Air Raid shelters were used as protection during the war? They have also discovered the events of the Battle of Britain and researched key events that happened during this time. Check out some of their photos below. 

Quelle heure est-il? 

The Eagles this week did telling the time in French. We now know how to say O Clock, Half Past, Quarter Past and Quarter to in French! 

Evolution and adaptation 


This week we have been learning all about evolution, adaptation and fossils. We researched camels, polar bears and the Galapagos finches amongst many other animals to see how they have adapted over the years. The kids loved looking and understanding how and why they have changed. We then all embraced our inner child and looked at dinosaurs and their fossils that have been found, the class had to match up the fossil to the correct dinosaur and explain why they knew they were a match. They then got to design their own animal and fossil, and had to explain how if we looked at the fossil we would know it was their animal! They loved creating these and using their imagination. 

Anti-bullying week


For anti-bullying week we had lots of discussions on what bullying looks like and what to do if bullying happens. The kids came up with their own “I choose to...” sentences on what they will do to help stop bullying and put these on a jigsaw piece. We then put the jigsaw pieces together and came up with a lovely, colourful and meaningful anti-bullying puzzle!

Learning all about blood!

This week in topic Eagles have been learning about different blood cells and blood vessels. They have done some brilliant work describing the functions and also showcasing their learning with some fantastic comic strips! 

Heart dissection week!


We've had a really exciting week in Eagles this week as Mrs TC did a live heart dissection using pigs hearts! The kids loved it and got really involved, some of them were even brave enough to smell it! Using the real hearts in front of them the kids had a go at sketching different parts of the heart that they could see and did a brilliant job. 

Term 6 Week 6

6th July - 10th July

This week is going to be a little bit different because you have been working so hard this term! I have set an enrichment timetable this week. It is about Rio and the Amazon Rainforest and has lots of different activities to choose from. You can do them in any order you like! 

This week I won't be making phone calls but I am always on email, so please email if you have any questions or concerns.

I hope you have a fab week! smiley

Term 6 Week 5

29th June - 3rd July

Well done for yet another brilliant week! You're impressing me every week with how you are maintaining your motivation to do your home learning! β€‹I have attached this weeks timetable and work below. As always please let me know if you have any questions or concerns smiley

8in4 challenges!
Colin and Coco's Daily Workouts
Maths Activity Mats

Term 6 Week 4

22nd June - 26th June

We are already in Week 4, this term is going so quickly! I have attached below the new work for this week. Thank you for all the "I'm proud of..." sentences, they are brill so far. If you haven't sent it to me yet, please can I have this as soon as possible. Thank you smiley

8in4 challenges!

Maths Activity Mats

On each PDF there are 3 different mats for each day. I would like everyone to attempt the second mat (the one with 2 stars), unless you really fancy a challenge and you can do the third mat (the one with 3 stars)!

​​​​​​​Colin and Coco's Daily Workouts

Term 6 Week 3

15th June - 19th June

You've all had another brilliant week, well done! I have attached below this weeks work. If you haven't already, please can you email us a couple of sentences your child is proud of in school or during home learning, I will send out an email reminder later on in the week. Hopefully speak to you all on Wednesday!

8in4 challenges!

Maths Activity Mats

On each PDF there are 3 different mats for each day. I would like everyone to attempt the second mat (the one with 2 stars), unless you really fancy a challenge and you can do the third mat (the one with 3 stars)!

Colin and Coco's Daily Workout

Term 6 Week 2

Well done on your fantastic work the first week back! All of this weeks work is below. You have now finished the arithmedo pack - well done! So this is replaced with some maths activity mats. Please let me know if there are any questions.

8in4 challenges!
Maths Activity Mats
Colin and Coco's Daily Workouts

Term 6 Week 1


Hi all,


I hope you've had a brilliant half term and enjoyed the lovely sun. This is now the new year 5 blog and you will find everything here!


I am going to continue to do phone calls on a Wednesday but if this day doesn't work for you, please let me know and I can call a different day. 


Any questions feel free to email smiley


Mrs H 

8in4 challenges!
Colin and Coco's Daily Workouts
Arithmedo answers (after the questions)


Hi all, 


Having spoken to many of you this week we feel a change may be wanted by some. Therefore to hopefully bring some change we have created our usual weekly timetable, which we have tried to change up a bit as well as a fun filled enrichment week activity to try - build your own theme park! The choice is entirely yours! You are welcome to pick and choose bits of the two or stick to one. We have also updated our 5 steps to well-being activities below for you. 



We hope you have a lovely relaxing sunshine filled weekend. We love seeing all the things you have been doing. We would like to thank you for all your effort over the last few weeks. Homeschooling cannot be easy and we are constantly amazed by what you are all doing. As always we are on email if you need us and would love to see more photos from you all - even just happy smiling ones! 


Hope to see some of you soon! 


Mrs TC and Mrs H 

We have added some new 5 Steps to well-being challenges!


Dear Children and Parents,

We have decided to set you some extra fun challenges which you may wish to complete at any time during the next few weeks. The idea of these challenges is to encourage creativity and social interaction (at a safe social distance of course) to look after our 5 steps to wellbeing.


Connecting challenges:

  • Facetime your friends
  • Call a grandparent or elderly friend to have a chat
  • Write a letter and post it when you can. Alternatively, you could write someone an email.
  • Host your own family quiz – you could use facetime, zoom, google meet or email them the questions
  • Post a picture on our Padlet page or email us a picture. It doesn't have to be work we love to just see your lovely faces!
  • Call a grandparent and ask them about their past and your family history.


Be Active challenges:

  • Go for your one walk of the day! When you go try and take some lovely scenic photographs.
  • Check our Joe Wicks!
  • Make your own PE video in your garden! – Send them in, Mrs Knight would love them and we can share them on the blog.
  • Try some gardening!
  • Grow your own veg, fruit or pretty flowers! – As always send us pictures!
  • Check out an online sports class, maybe try that dance class you always wanted to have a go at.


Take Notice:

  • Take part in some mindfulness meditation – the headspace app is brilliant for this.
  • Do some calming mindfulness colouring, alternatively you can make your own colouring pages.
  • Do some yoga!
  • Have a ‘clear the clutter’ day – find those toys you do not play with anymore and donate them to someone else.
  • Take notice of how your siblings and parents are feeling or acting – help the out
  • Bring nature into your home learning space. You could bring a potted plant into you space or put up some beautiful pictures of nature you have taken on one of your walks.


Give Challenges:

  • Make lunch for your family
  • Do some helpful jobs round the house – maybe tidy that room!
  • Give up some of your time to play a board game together.
  • Write down a list of all the things you are thankful for.
  • Volunteer to do something for a family member you wouldn’t normally do.
  • Write down your favourite recipe – email it to us and post it on our Padlet page.


Keep Learning:

  • Keep working hard on your school work.
  • Research something that interests you to find out more.
  • Try a tutorial online – like Draw with Rob!
  • Try some baking or a new recipe.
  • Watch a TED talk -
  • Do a crossword or Sudoku


We hope this helps you come up with some more ideas of what to do at home during this difficult time. We would love see what you manage to do so keep sending in the lovely photos.


Much love

Mrs TC and Mrs H 😊 x

Week 2!

Wow another brilliant week from the Eagles! 

Year 6 Zoom Quiz questions!

This week the Year 6s had their own Zoom quiz. Each child came up with their own questions and we all had a go! So… we thought we would share them with you to have a go yourself! WARNING some are crazy random and weird!

We hope you enjoy and let us know what you scored! See if you can beat Mrs TCs amazing score of 4/14 and Mrs Holloway’s score of 6/14!

  1. Nika – What was I wearing on the last zoom meeting we had?
  2. Edith – Why do people wear masks at the moment?
  3. Abbie – What is my favourite bit about this lockdown?
  4. Bella – What is the biggest Pyramid of Egypt?
  5. Lyla – How many teeth does an elephant have?
  6. Zsofi –
    1. Who is the oldest person alive and where do they live?
    2. How old was the oldest recorded person before they died and where did they live?
  7. Finley – What is the capital city of Slovakia?
  8. Marley – True or False?: Does the Hoopoe bird throw poo into the eye of its predators?
  9. Sunny – What colour is my pet rabbit?
  10. Edie – What colour is my favourite animal?
  11. Imogen – Why are streetlamps so tall?
  12. Jacob – Riddle –
    1. What has hands but cannot clap?
    2. What has holes but still holds water?
  13. Gautam – What fruit did I love saying in Year 3?
  14. Mrs TC – Who produces the most car tyres in the world?



  1. Nika – a skirt, top and cardigan.
  2. Edith – To feel protected
  3. Abbie – Spending more time with my family
  4. Bella – The great pyramids of Giza
  5. Lyla – 26
  6. Zsofi –
    1. 117! Lives in Japan
    2. 122! Lived in France
  7. Finley – Bratislava
  8. Marley – sadly its false
  9. Sunny – Black and white – It’s called Panda!
  10. Edie – A tiger – Orange and black
  11. Imogen – So the light fills up the area and everyone can see
  12. Jacob – Riddle –
    1. A clock
    2. A sponge
  13. Gautam – Pineapple
  14. Mrs TC – Lego 

Term 5 Week 1

This week our Year 6s held their first zoom chat and we made Rainbows! Check out some of our rainbows below and our learning this week. 


Remember your quiz questions for Thursday Year 6! 

Week beginning 20th April 2020

Welcome back to Term 5! Please see below for a suggested timetable of learning to complete each day. .

Your Wonderful week one!


Well done you completed your first week at home! yes


We have updated the class page with next weeks timetables for you to use. We have also uploaded some new 8 in 4 challenges for you to complete in your maths time. 


To support your 5 steps to well being we have set some extra fun challenges for you that we hope you will enjoy. Check them out on our class page. 


Keep sending us your wonderful photos of all your lovely work. We look forward to seeing more next week and hearing from you all again. 


Stay Safe and have a lovely relaxing sunny weekend! 


Mrs TC and Mrs H


David Walliams Audio Story!


Every day at 11am for the next 30 days David Walliams is releasing a free audio story for kids (and adults) to listen to. This could be a great break from home learning. So grab a cup of tea, put your feet up and relax while you kids are immersed in the wonderful world of storytelling! laugh


You can listen here:

Check out our first day of home learning!

Mrs Holloway and I have had some wonderful pictures sent to us today of your lovely

work at home. 


Keep them coming and stay safe.




Eagles celebration of home learning!


We would love to see and hear about all your wonderful home learning, extra activities and updates to share over the next few weeks.


This page will be dedicated to sharing all the fantastic things you are all doing at home. Weekly timetables and work help will be uploaded onto the Eagles class page. 


Simply email us with pictures and updates you would like to share with everyone and we will upload onto the Eagles blog page. 


Looking forward to seeing all your wonderful work. Stay safe. 


Mrs Tedaldi-Chestnutt and Mrs Holloway 




The Race for Space!

We has a fantastic start to our new school year learning all about SPACE! We made Vitamin C rockets in the playground. 



We had a brilliant day in London visiting the Tate Modern. Check out some of the snaps of the day! 



The Year 6s had a wonderful day last week to celebrate completing their SATs tests. They have all made us incredibly proud of their achievements and were in need of a lovely ice cream treat.

Enjoy the photos!  

We kicked off our new topic β€˜The World at War’ with an afternoon in a β€˜bunker’ (the PE shed). Β We watched clips from WW2 and looked at lots of interesting artefacts from the war.

On Wednesday, the Year 5 children visited Stroud High School where they carried out some scientific experiments in their brand new science block. They had a go at slime-making, buzzer circuits and studied pond life using microscopes.