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The year 1 and year 2 children from Robin and Kingfisher classes have spent a fascinating afternoon at St.George's Church in Chesterton taking part in activities relating to the Bible: "Let the Word Out".  They spent time with Queen Bertha listening to the tale of the Canterbury Bible. They visited Martha's Tavern and supped whilst learning about Erasumus. They also heard the story of how the Bible was translated into a variety of African languages in Uganda and South Sudan by relatives of Christians from Cambridge.  Candle lighting, leaf decorating, Latin writing were amongst the activities on offer as well as a treasure-bag of goodies to take away. What a wonderful afternoon!
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Year 2 enjoyed a morning of tennis activities at Comberton Village College. They all worked hard, in spite of the cold, and showed some great skill with a ball and racquet.

Year 2 enjoyed a morning of tennis activities at Comberton Village College. They all worked hard, in spite of the cold, and showed some great skill with a ball and racquet. 1 Year 2 Tennis Festival CVC
Year 2 enjoyed a morning of tennis activities at Comberton Village College. They all worked hard, in spite of the cold, and showed some great skill with a ball and racquet. 2 Year 2 Tennis Festival CVC
Year 2 enjoyed a morning of tennis activities at Comberton Village College. They all worked hard, in spite of the cold, and showed some great skill with a ball and racquet. 3 Year 2 Tennis Festival CVC
Year 2 enjoyed a morning of tennis activities at Comberton Village College. They all worked hard, in spite of the cold, and showed some great skill with a ball and racquet. 4 Year 2 Tennis Festival CVC
Year 2 enjoyed a morning of tennis activities at Comberton Village College. They all worked hard, in spite of the cold, and showed some great skill with a ball and racquet. 5 Year 2 Tennis Festival CVC
Year 2 enjoyed a morning of tennis activities at Comberton Village College. They all worked hard, in spite of the cold, and showed some great skill with a ball and racquet. 6 Year 2 Tennis Festival CVC
Year 2 enjoyed a morning of tennis activities at Comberton Village College. They all worked hard, in spite of the cold, and showed some great skill with a ball and racquet. 7 Year 2 Tennis Festival CVC
Year 2 enjoyed a morning of tennis activities at Comberton Village College. They all worked hard, in spite of the cold, and showed some great skill with a ball and racquet. 8 Year 2 Tennis Festival CVC
Year 2 enjoyed a morning of tennis activities at Comberton Village College. They all worked hard, in spite of the cold, and showed some great skill with a ball and racquet. 9 Year 2 Tennis Festival CVC
Year 2 enjoyed a morning of tennis activities at Comberton Village College. They all worked hard, in spite of the cold, and showed some great skill with a ball and racquet. 10 Year 2 Tennis Festival CVC
Year 2 enjoyed a morning of tennis activities at Comberton Village College. They all worked hard, in spite of the cold, and showed some great skill with a ball and racquet. 11 Year 2 Tennis Festival CVC
Year 2 enjoyed a morning of tennis activities at Comberton Village College. They all worked hard, in spite of the cold, and showed some great skill with a ball and racquet. 12 Year 2 Tennis Festival CVC
Year 2 enjoyed a morning of tennis activities at Comberton Village College. They all worked hard, in spite of the cold, and showed some great skill with a ball and racquet. 13 Year 2 Tennis Festival CVC
Year 2 enjoyed a morning of tennis activities at Comberton Village College. They all worked hard, in spite of the cold, and showed some great skill with a ball and racquet. 14 Year 2 Tennis Festival CVC
Year 2 enjoyed a morning of tennis activities at Comberton Village College. They all worked hard, in spite of the cold, and showed some great skill with a ball and racquet. 15 Year 2 Tennis Festival CVC
Year 2 enjoyed a morning of tennis activities at Comberton Village College. They all worked hard, in spite of the cold, and showed some great skill with a ball and racquet. 16 Year 2 Tennis Festival CVC
Year 2 enjoyed a morning of tennis activities at Comberton Village College. They all worked hard, in spite of the cold, and showed some great skill with a ball and racquet. 17 Year 2 Tennis Festival CVC
Year 2 enjoyed a morning of tennis activities at Comberton Village College. They all worked hard, in spite of the cold, and showed some great skill with a ball and racquet. 18 Year 2 Tennis Festival CVC
Year 2 enjoyed a morning of tennis activities at Comberton Village College. They all worked hard, in spite of the cold, and showed some great skill with a ball and racquet. 19 Year 2 Tennis Festival CVC
Year 2 enjoyed a morning of tennis activities at Comberton Village College. They all worked hard, in spite of the cold, and showed some great skill with a ball and racquet. 20 Year 2 Tennis Festival CVC
Year 2 enjoyed a morning of tennis activities at Comberton Village College. They all worked hard, in spite of the cold, and showed some great skill with a ball and racquet. 21 Year 2 Tennis Festival CVC
Year 2 enjoyed a morning of tennis activities at Comberton Village College. They all worked hard, in spite of the cold, and showed some great skill with a ball and racquet. 22 Year 2 Tennis Festival CVC
Year 2 enjoyed a morning of tennis activities at Comberton Village College. They all worked hard, in spite of the cold, and showed some great skill with a ball and racquet. 23 Year 2 Tennis Festival CVC
Year 2 enjoyed a morning of tennis activities at Comberton Village College. They all worked hard, in spite of the cold, and showed some great skill with a ball and racquet. 24 Year 2 Tennis Festival CVC
Year 2 enjoyed a morning of tennis activities at Comberton Village College. They all worked hard, in spite of the cold, and showed some great skill with a ball and racquet. 25 Year 2 Tennis Festival CVC
Year 2 enjoyed a morning of tennis activities at Comberton Village College. They all worked hard, in spite of the cold, and showed some great skill with a ball and racquet. 26 Year 2 Tennis Festival CVC
Year 2 enjoyed a morning of tennis activities at Comberton Village College. They all worked hard, in spite of the cold, and showed some great skill with a ball and racquet. 27 Year 2 Tennis Festival CVC
Year 2 enjoyed a morning of tennis activities at Comberton Village College. They all worked hard, in spite of the cold, and showed some great skill with a ball and racquet. 28 Year 2 Tennis Festival CVC
Year 2 enjoyed a morning of tennis activities at Comberton Village College. They all worked hard, in spite of the cold, and showed some great skill with a ball and racquet. 29 Year 2 Tennis Festival CVC
Year 2 enjoyed a morning of tennis activities at Comberton Village College. They all worked hard, in spite of the cold, and showed some great skill with a ball and racquet. 30 Year 2 Tennis Festival CVC
Year 2 enjoyed a morning of tennis activities at Comberton Village College. They all worked hard, in spite of the cold, and showed some great skill with a ball and racquet. 31 Year 2 Tennis Festival CVC
Year 2 enjoyed a morning of tennis activities at Comberton Village College. They all worked hard, in spite of the cold, and showed some great skill with a ball and racquet. 32 Year 2 Tennis Festival CVC
Year 2 enjoyed a morning of tennis activities at Comberton Village College. They all worked hard, in spite of the cold, and showed some great skill with a ball and racquet. 33 Year 2 Tennis Festival CVC
Year 2 enjoyed a morning of tennis activities at Comberton Village College. They all worked hard, in spite of the cold, and showed some great skill with a ball and racquet. 34 Year 2 Tennis Festival CVC
Year 2 enjoyed a morning of tennis activities at Comberton Village College. They all worked hard, in spite of the cold, and showed some great skill with a ball and racquet. 35 Year 2 Tennis Festival CVC
Year 2 enjoyed a morning of tennis activities at Comberton Village College. They all worked hard, in spite of the cold, and showed some great skill with a ball and racquet. 36 Year 2 Tennis Festival CVC
Year 2 enjoyed a morning of tennis activities at Comberton Village College. They all worked hard, in spite of the cold, and showed some great skill with a ball and racquet. 37 Year 2 Tennis Festival CVC

Botanical Gardens  -  24.4.17

On our trip to the Botanical Gardens, we learned about the ways plants are adapted to different environments, hunted down some native tree species, and even investigated some carnivorous plants. In the afternoon, we went on a scavenger hunt, made some sketches and navigated our way through the maze. 

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Kingfisher Class allotment is coming on well. Have a look at our carrots, peas, radishes and spring onions.

Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned.

Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 1 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 2 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 3 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 4 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 5 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 6 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 7 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 8 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 9 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 10 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 11 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 12 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 13 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 14 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 15 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 16 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 17 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 18 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 19 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 20 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 21 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 22 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 23 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 24 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 25 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 26 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 27 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 28 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 29 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 30 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 31 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 32 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 33 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 34 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 35 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 36 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 37 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 38 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 39 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 40 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 41 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 42 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 43 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 44 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 45 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 46 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 47 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 48 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 49 Science Day in Kingfisher
Science Day in Kingfisher. We have enjoyed a fabulous morning learning about sound and the workings of the ear. We made paper cup telephones and used them for a giant game of Chinese Whispers. We imagined what it would be like to be unable to hear sounds and tried to communicate simple messages without using any sounds at all. Some of our efforts were hilarious! We also took part in sound bingo and tried to identify a range of house hold sounds. Finally, we looked at a model of an ear and its internal structure and created fact files about what we had learned. 50 Science Day in Kingfisher

Kingfisher Class Assembly 24th March

Kingfisher Class Assembly 24th March 1 Henry welcomes everyone to our class assembly.
Kingfisher Class Assembly 24th March 2 Danny describes some of our literacy work.
Kingfisher Class Assembly 24th March 3 Lily explains about our modern fiction texts.
Kingfisher Class Assembly 24th March 4 Fred knows his verbs from his adjectives!
Kingfisher Class Assembly 24th March 5 Choose a word type.
Kingfisher Class Assembly 24th March 6 Can you see an adjective?
Kingfisher Class Assembly 24th March 7 Can you see an adverb?
Kingfisher Class Assembly 24th March 8 Ellen introduces our describing work.
Kingfisher Class Assembly 24th March 9 Natalya reads her description of Mrs. Bates
Kingfisher Class Assembly 24th March 10 Huw reads his description of Mrs. Coulson
Kingfisher Class Assembly 24th March 11 Tommy reads his description of Mrs. Megson
Kingfisher Class Assembly 24th March 12 Oscar reads his description of Miss. McDowall
Kingfisher Class Assembly 24th March 13 World Book Day and a visit from an author
Kingfisher Class Assembly 24th March 14 Illustrations inspired by Nicola Killen
Kingfisher Class Assembly 24th March 15 Phonics dancing....
Kingfisher Class Assembly 24th March 16 "ai, ee, igh, oe, ew, oo"
Kingfisher Class Assembly 24th March 17 Faster!
Kingfisher Class Assembly 24th March 18 Una introduces the next activity
Kingfisher Class Assembly 24th March 19 Collage volcanoes
Kingfisher Class Assembly 24th March 20 Quiz master Callum asks about oceans of the world
Kingfisher Class Assembly 24th March 21 Annie tells everyone about tectonic plates
Kingfisher Class Assembly 24th March 22 Drama showing the movement of tectonic plates
Kingfisher Class Assembly 24th March 23 Push, push, pull, pull....
Kingfisher Class Assembly 24th March 24 ....slide, slide!
Kingfisher Class Assembly 24th March 25 Tectonic plates move constantly.
Kingfisher Class Assembly 24th March 26
Kingfisher Class Assembly 24th March 27 Shaking earthquakes.
Kingfisher Class Assembly 24th March 28 Exploding volcanoes!
Kingfisher Class Assembly 24th March 29 A musical treat with 'boomwhackers'.
Kingfisher Class Assembly 24th March 30 Accepting their applause.
Kingfisher Class Assembly 24th March 31 An encore.
Kingfisher Class Assembly 24th March 32 Healthy lunch boxes.
Kingfisher Class Assembly 24th March 33 Super explanantion Amy!
Kingfisher Class Assembly 24th March 34 Lovely fruit bowl in yours, Lauren!
Kingfisher Class Assembly 24th March 35 A triple decker lunch box.

Making a wrap

Making a wrap 1 Ellen and Fred study the instructions.
Making a wrap 2 Lauren and Seth are ready to mix it up.
Making a wrap 3 Just checking! Making sure the plan is working.
Making a wrap 4 Teamwork Oscar and Danny!
Making a wrap 5 "I'm in charge of mayonnaise," Lily tells Fred.
Making a wrap 6 Nearly done, Henry and Charlie.
Making a wrap 7 Amy carefully spoons the mixture on to the wrap.
Making a wrap 8 Tim and Una looking for inspiration.
Making a wrap 9 Tim and Una back on top of the job.
Making a wrap 10 Lauren and Seth on the home straight.
Making a wrap 11 Super rolling, Danny!
Making a wrap 12 Was it tasty Tim and Una?
Making a wrap 13 You can't put it all in at once, Tim!

Rocks and fossils

Rocks and fossils 1 Rock and fossil observations Oscar, Fred and Enzo.
Rocks and fossils 2 Hard at work, Ellen, Fred and Bernard.
Rocks and fossils 3 William, Huw and Tim work it out.
Rocks and fossils 4 Ellen and Lauren observe whilst Lily writes.
Rocks and fossils 5 Callum and Annie test and investigate.
Rocks and fossils 6 A thoughtful time for Tommy.
Rocks and fossils 7 What have you noticed Bernard?
Rocks and fossils 8 Ellen and Fred enjoying science.
Rocks and fossils 9 Una's organising equipment well.
Rocks and fossils 10 Ellen and Tommy enjoying their learning.
Picture 1 Is it heavy Henry?
Picture 2 Lily looks more closely.
Picture 3 Annie and Una have fossils in their hands.
Picture 4 Annie is working hard.
Picture 5 What have you discovered Annie?
Picture 6 Una and Ellen record their findings.
Picture 7 Teamwork in Kingfisher.
Picture 8 Can you believe fossils are so old?
Picture 9 Rocks and fossils have made a fascinating topic.

Farm Visit October

Farm Visit October 1
Farm Visit October 2
Farm Visit October 3
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