The Value for this term is:
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Plastic: Life Saver or Life Taker (KS 2 Homework)

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Plastic: Life Saver or Life Taker (KS 2 Homework)

Next term, the KS 2 topics links closely to the environment. The following programme has prompted the question about what we, as a school, could do to stop the world ‘drowning in plastic’. Before we even look at attempting to reduce our use of plastic, we want you to discover how much plastic we throw into the bins at home over half term. The teachers will be doing the same at school and that starts with the plastic biscuit wrapper from today. Try and save all the plastic you use, weigh it, take a picture of it and then upload it...

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Beech Class Homework

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Here is Beech Class’ homework for this week: Literacy Can I set out my own letter? You have just had your birthday and you have received a great present, now you need to write a letter to say thank you. Using what we have learnt in class write your own thank you letter. Make up an address to put on your letter. Where does the address go? Who will it be to? Can you write a line or two saying thank you? How will you tell them who it’s from?

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Children Support PIP Charity

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Children Support PIP Charity

Yesterday, the Badgemore children cycled, scootered, roller bladed and ran around the beautiful school grounds to raise money for the charity PIP. For the past five years Badgemore has taken part in PIP’s local mountain bike challenge. Our governor, Bill Feeney is the director of PIP, said “It is great to see Badgemore pupils being active and we’re grateful for the money that they raised for the event. Badgemore and PIP have a lot in common: both being small grass root organisations which focus on individual support and...

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A Splashing Open Day

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A Splashing Open Day

Laurel class had a fantastic day where they were able to talk to new parents to show and explain their learning. We investigated bubble mix, testing different ways to make bubbles. Then we thought about the ingredients that might be used in bubble mix and tried to make our own. We discovered that adding more glycerine made stronger bubbles that lasted longer. Our topic is investigating Asia. We learnt about the Moon Festival and made two giant dragons. We thought about how we could improve our design and added glue to our paint so that we...

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School Open Day

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School Open Day

We are having an Open Day on Thursday 11 October from 09:30-2pm. This will be a “Taster” day in our lovely grounds. Pop in anytime to view our amazing school gardens. You can expect children-led tours, splash and paint, forest school adventures and if you are here lunchtime, a picnic in our impressive grounds. We can’t wait to meet you.

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New Lunch Menu

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The new School Lunch menu with some old favourites is now available to view on the School Meals page and copies have been sent home.

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Cedar Class Homework 10/10/18

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Cedar Class Homework 10/10/18

It is almost unbelievable to think that we are nearly at the end of the first school term and that 1/6 of the year has already gone! Literacy Parents’ Evening is next Tuesday, so I would like you to reflect on this term and share your thoughts on the following areas (please write full sentences with appropriate punctuation): Describe your progress to date academically Describe your progress to date mentally Identify one particular event you are proud and explain what makes you proud Identify one particular area that you need to work on...

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Young Geographer Of The Year Entries

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Young Geographer Of The Year Entries

  Badgemore’s entries to this year’s Young Geographer Of The Year 2018 have been submitted today and we are excited to hear of our children’s progress. Last year, Audrey received a highly commended award and spent the day at the Royal Geographical Society where she was presented with her prize. Audrey and the other winners from around the UK Audrey with her awarding winning entry Here are this year’s entries from Poppy (year 5) and Rose (year 6) – we are very proud of your efforts. Poppy’s entry...

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What we really thought about Norfolk Lakes

Posted by on 18:57 in | Cedar Class, Featured

What we really thought about Norfolk Lakes

If you want to find out what we, the pupils of Cedar Class, really felt about our recent residential trip to Norfolk Lakes click on the link below: Cedar Class shares their really thoughts about the residential trip

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Cedar Class Homework 3/10/18

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Cedar Class Homework 3/10/18

Maths Homework This appears a very simple question to start with, but the adventurous pupils will take this a long way. What will you learn as you explore this ‘simple question’? ‘There is a line of traffic that is one mile long. How many vehicles are in the line?’  Literacy Homework Click here to find the literacy homework This is a link to padlet. We would like you to find your favourite picture from Norfolk Lakes or your visit to Costa and then upload the saved image and share your thoughts about your chosen event/...

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