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Fantastic Autumn Learning at Forest School!

Today another group of lucky KS1 children visited Forest School. We looked for Autumn treasure and made dens, forest sculptures and learned how to light a camp fire. It was an amazing experience and all the children loved being in … Continue reading

Environmental Swim

On Sunday, a group of children from Chaucer took part in a plastic swim organised by Fleetwood and Cleveleys Lions.  Below is a letter from Lion Stuart Gratrix and some photos: Fleetwood and Cleveleys Lions Club Environment Project Fleetwood and … Continue reading

Class Assembly

Class Assembly November 2019 Well done to class 5P for their amazing assembly, showcasing all their knowledge about volcanoes!

The Invisible Warrior

We having been learning the story The Invisible Warrior. A Native American tale similar to Cinderella.

The Lighthouse Keepers Lunch in Reception

This week we have enjoyed listening and learning about Lighthouses.  We read the story ‘The Lighthouse Keepers Lunch’ and went for a walk in Fleetwood to look at the Lighthouses.

Lantern Festival 2019

Thank you to all the families who attended the Lantern Festival on Saturday 16th November 2019.

KS1 DT – houses

As part of our curriculum in Design and Technology we made houses. Some of us also made houses at home and brought them into school.

KS1 @ Roots 2 Branches

This week at Forest School we toasted marshmallows and pineapple, made trails in the ground with sticks and our feet. Looked for trails and made dens.

1A tried new fruits for their story ‘Handa’s Surprise

We are reading Handa’s Surpirse and learning the story by heart. As part of our work we looked at the fruits Handa put in her basket using our senses…we even tasted all seven fruits! We described what they felt, smelt, … Continue reading

1A brought toys into school for our History topic

 The children brought their toys into school so we could look at modern toys. We played with them and looked at what they were made of and talked about what we could do with them. We would love to look at … Continue reading

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