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“Where Learning Comes Alive”

“Where Learning Comes Alive”


Year 6

Children In Need!


Year 6 had great fun raising money for Children in Need. The class raised £69- which was fantastic! The children showed some excellent dance moves in the Danceathon and especially loved dancing to Baby Shark!

What a great day! Well Done year 6!


Fruity Friday 

Year 6 sports crew are working really hard to ensure Fruity Friday is working well. Each week we are making about £25- which is fantastic! The sports crew have been really enthusiastic about it and are eager to come in on a Friday to help set it up. They also pay a vital role in counting the money. 

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The whole school have created  a Poppy display which you can see from Queensway. 

Year 6 created their own individual poppy. They used water colours, mark marking and dot painting. Each one is different and personalised 


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End of Half Term Celebrations  

As part of the year 6's Golden Learning they decided to start their enterprise projects. This project was based around Halloween. All children worked incredibly hard creating their stalls and games. Each group came up with a different game to engage all the other year groups.

They managed to raise £133 - which was amazing! We will be donating half of our profit to Billy's Wish and the other half will go towards the year 6 trip!


More photos will be added soon!

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Autumn 1

This term children have been learning about WW2. Through this topic we have been looking at rationing and children have had the oppertunity to make some of the recipes.

Children have made: Syrup loaf and Crunchies (oat cakes)

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Crucial Crew

Children had the oppertunity to visit the Fire station in Hemel Hempstead. They learnt the:

  • Recovery postion
  • Being safe around a train track
  • About cyber bullying
  • Keeping safe at home  
  • Chilren were also touched by Billy's Wish foundation and have decided throughout the year to fundraise for this charity.  


Cross Country

Children attended a cross country event where they competed against all the schools in Dacorum. Children ran 2km and all children that attended completed it. They were fantastic!!

Just a reminder that school is closed on Monday 7th January 2019 - INSET day for staff training. Spring term begins on Tuesday 8th January 2019.