The Value for this term is:
Friendship

Buy Your Customised Christmas Decoration This Week

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Limited Edition – Made from recycled wood Order your customised, handcrafted, Christmas decordation from the children of Cedar Class before and after school. Only £4 All proceeds to go to ‘Save The...

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Sometimes we all just need a little Forest School

Posted by on 20:12 in | Cedar Class, Eco Warriors

Sometimes we all just need a little Forest School

It’s nearly Christmas and yet our classrooms are just getting more hectic as we prepare for the festive season. The best solution has and always will be FOREST SCHOOL so that is where we headed this afternoon. The children enjoyed making Christmas wreaths using fallen willow branches and lavender. Afterwards some co-operated to build dens whilst others enjoyed exercising amongst the trees....

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Choir Dazzle At Town Hall

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Choir Dazzle At Town Hall

In Henley-on-Thames’ town hall, the Badgemore choir joined three other local primary schools to sing carols in honour of Jesus’ birth. It was a very eventful evening with lots of prayers and inspirational speeches. One story particularly moved the congregation and that involved a foster child being moved between eight different homes. Badgemore choir sang seven songs which were warmly received by the people of Henley. Harry, a member of the Badgemore choir,  said, “It was a very heart-warming evening. Receiving the...

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Can We Make a Make a Difference? Saving On Packaging

Posted by on 20:36 in | Cedar Class, Eco Warriors, Featured

Can We Make a Make a Difference? Saving On Packaging

Through our discussions, we noticed that there is a lot of unnecessary packaging on most food items that we buy from shops. All of us recognised that one product that has both cardboard and plastic wrapping is shop-bought pizza. We proposed that we could make home-made pizza without any packaging. On Friday, we had a trial run of pizza making to identify any problems and ways to improve. Below are the pictures of our work. Areas to improve when we make pizzas to take for our family’s evening meal: – ensure the base is fully cooked...

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A Successful Plastic-Free Lunch Day

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A Successful Plastic-Free Lunch Day

We made a difference to our environment- we had no waste going to the landfill today! Thank you for all your efforts As part of our topic, ‘Can We Make A Difference?’ we held a Plastic-Free Lunch Day today. A plastic-free lunch is a lunchbox where no plastic has been used to wrap the food. We suggest that a lunchbox with compartments or greaseproof paper is used instead. Update: The benefits to a plastic-free lunchbox is a reduction in the amount of waste sent to the landfill. Plastic takes up to 1,000 years to decompose. Each child will...

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Can We Make A Difference? Food Waste

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Can We Make A Difference? Food Waste

The children asked if there could be a food waste bin in the hall as we throw away lots and lots of food into the general waste every single day! Our lovely Mrs Casserley (Bursar Extraordinaire) has responded to the children with: “I have asked Grundon to prepare documentation for a weekly food waste collection.  The cost will be £7.75 per week which works out cheaper than the surcharge we are currently paying for overweight waste bin.  Pupils will need to scrape their food into a specific food waste only bin in the hall and the...

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Can We Make A Difference? The Litter Pick

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Can We Make A Difference?  The Litter Pick

The children of Cedar Class have proposed 5 environmentally-friendly  projects to ‘MAKE A DIFFERENCE’ in our local community. Project 1: The Litter Pick  With the support of Mr Weston, the children organised and ran a litter pick in our local park and around the school. Lucas reported that they had found a whole bag of rubbish from the playground and 5 bags from the local park. Thank you to our wonderful parents for your support today. We have already learnt that plastic takes between 250 and 500 years to decompose – what...

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Beech Class Homework Week 4

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Beech Class Homework Week 4

Dear Beech Class Children, Your homework is below: Literacy Homework 21.11.18 Spellings 21.11.18 Please see me before Friday if you have any questions

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Cedar Class Homework – Week 4

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Cedar Class Homework – Week 4

Reading – Please keep up the reading. Reading diaries will be checked this Friday and we are desperate to hand out some more FREE books   Spellings – Please learn the next 20 words from the year 5 and 6 or year 3 and 4 spellings list for a test on Monday afternoon T 2.4 – spelling words   Topic – A more general homework related to being environmentally friendly has been asked for this week. When you have finished this task, ask yourself two questions: Have I learnt anything? Am I proud of my effort? If your answer if yes to...

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Cedar Class Homework

Posted by on 22:17 in | Cedar Class

Cedar Class Homework

Thank you for visiting our web-page and finding the homework online. Reading is always important: please continue to read every night. Reading can be hard work, but when you find a book that you love you will struggle to put it down. Never stop looking for a wonderful book. Topic – The great children of Cedar Class will be organising a plastic-free pack lunch day within the next two weeks as part of our ‘Can We Make A Difference’ project?’ This will not be organised by the adults, but by you, the children of Cedar...

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