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Victorian transport in Year 2

In year 2 we are learning about what transport used to be like in the Victorian times. We used the internet to find out about transport in Bolton. We found a picture of an old-fashioned tram in Bolton. We still have trams today but they are very different. We are enjoying finding out how things…

Category: Class of 2024

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How Big is a Million?

This week in Nursery C.

The children have been discovering and investigating snow.   The children are learning new vocabulary ’Freezing’  ‘thermometer’   when we shared together the book ‘How Big is a Million?’ by Anna Milbourne.   

Through multi-sensory activities and science investigations…

Category: Nursery C 2021

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Nursery N are learning to talk about the weather!

In Nursery N we are learning to talk about the weather and the seasons.

This week we have experienced snow, ice and rain!

We used magnifying glasses to explore the ice outside, we made snow castles in our discovery tray and swapped our shoes for wellies to splash in the rain!

Some…

Category: Nursery N 2021

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Year 3 creation and our incredible wish child!

A big well done to our superhero Austin, who took on a 5k run for charity and raised an amazing £457.50!! We are really proud! 

This week in year 3 we have looked at Genesis! We described the Christian creation story in school and at home! Check it…

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The rolling hills of Victorian Lancashire!

As part of our History and Geography topics of Victorian housing and different settlements, we have been planning, designing and making our own villages set in the beautiful rolling hills of Lancashire!

Our Science topic is all about animals. We have set up an investigation to see what will be…

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Street Child

What a busy week in Year 4G! We have been reading Street Child by Berlie Doherty. We have created our class display with some Victorian landscape art work and we made some predictions about the text. In English, the children have used the hot seating technique to get into the role of a character,…

Category: Class of 2023

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Year 6 take to screen again (well some of us anyway)

Year 6 are back on the screen. Whilst some of us are learning in the classroom those at home are not missing out. Everyone, both in school and at home, is working very hard with their learning. In Mathematics we have been looking at fractions and percentages of amounts. In English we are learning…

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Club goes competition crazy!

Sunset Club

The children in sunset club really enjoyed helping to design a secret garden for our competition entry. Each night, they took part in activities to create each aspect of the garden even the toadstool, flowers, path and gate!

 

Sunshine Club 

In breakfast club, the…

Category: Sunshine and Sunset Club

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Nursery C Supertato

This week in Nursery C we have explored the story of the Supertato Veggies in the valley of Doom by Su Hendre. 

We have had a go at using one handed tools to cut and chop vegetables to make a Supertato soup! We talked about the different names of the vegetables and where they come from. We…

Category: Nursery C 2021

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Nursery N Learning to follow pictorial instructions

This week in Nursery N we have had a go at following simple pictorial instructions! The morning session took part in an experiment to create an erupting lemon volcano and the afternoon children created their own dinosaur fossil. 

New Vocab: Volcano, erupt, explode, fossil, old, long…

Category: Nursery N 2021

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Go Reception!

This week in Reception we have been learning...

ll, so and ff sounds

Tricky word into

3D shapes - Cube, cuboid, cylinder, sphere, cone and pyramid

The job of a dentist

The job of a doctor

Amazing work in school and at home!

Super stars!

Category: Year 2025-2026

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Super learning with year 1!

We have been very busy in year 1. In English we have been following and writing our own instructions. In Maths we have been learning how to partition numbers into tens and ones. We learnt a song and became soldiers to help us with this. We have been impressed with all the childrens work both…

Category: Year 2025

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Entwistle Street
Bolton
Lancashire
BL2 2RH
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