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Twisted Fairytales learning

End of year Poem for Golden Eagles from Mrs Stuart

Class picture

Transition information for year 2s

Transition information created for the year 2 children

Nature quiz time

Message from Mrs Stuart

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Egyptian home learning

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Using our maths and persuasive writing skills to plan a party

Home learning rivers

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Amazing and creative!


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Super example of a home made river. Well done!


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Another example of our home made rivers. Super effort!

Great examples of learning completed at home.

Story time

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A selection of stories written by the children

The boy who can fly

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The boy who could fly 2

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Another example of an excellent story written by a Golden Eagle


Riddle of the day: 

 A cowboy rode into town on Friday.  He stayed in town for three days and rode out on Friday.  How was that possible?


A: The name of the horse is Friday

Learning about the effects of pollution in the ocean.

Golden Eagles enjoying World Book Day 2020

Today, we learned how to play the Japanese taiko drum and performed in front of the whole school!

Making shadows.

March of the Roman Army

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We thought about how the Roman Army marches and made a beat to match, using two different rhythms.

 Welcome to Golden Eagles Class page.


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Making Roman Roads.

"It's Harvest Time."

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Golden Eagles performed a poem for our Harvest Festival assembly.

Key Information for our class

Times tables test day = Tuesday

Spelling test day = Thursday

P.E. day = Thursday

Homework hand out day = Friday

Homework collection day = Wednesday

This terms topic is Romans - here we are making our own Roman helmets.

Roald Dahl Day - Maths through reading!