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Mrs farrow wrote: World Book Day
Today we celebrated World Book Day. We discussed favourite books and dressed up as our favourite characters. We even spent time with Foundation (Mars) reading the, stories and talking about them together. We also listened to the younger children and (More)
Mrs farrow wrote: Visit to The Deep
Our first week back after the half term has been a busy one in Neptune Class. Today we went on a trip to The Deep to learn about how animals survive and are adapted to different habitats. We looked at all of the creatures that live at The Deep (More)
Mrs farrow wrote: Great Learning Assembly
I have chosen Beth for learning hero this week because she has made such a fantastic start to the new term. She produced an informative timeline as pat of our Shackleton project -'Is it worth the risk?', which was beautifully presented. Well done (More)
Mrs farrow wrote: Black out Poetry
Today we finished our World War 2 black out poetry. We are very proud of our learning. What do you think to some of our finished poems?   (More)
Mrs farrow wrote: Alma - Gathering Ideas
As so many of us enjoy Halloween, we decided to take a break from our Harry Potter learning and write some spooky stories of our own. We began by making predictions after being given a short synopsis of the film Alma. We shared our predictions (More)
As today was Hallowen, it would be rude not to get in to the spooky spirit! We completed some tricky Halloween maths problems, all around fractions, giving us chance to see what maths skills we could remember and apply from before the half term. (More)
Welcome to Middlethorpe's first ever online Book Club! This term (Autumn 2), we have chosen three different books for you to enjoy reading with your family at home. Foundation and KS1: The Gruffalo  by Julia Donaldson LKS2 (Years 3 and 4): (More)
Mrs farrow wrote: Middlethorpe Book Club
At Middlethorpe, we have always been proud to call ourselves a reading school. This year, we would like to develop this further, encouraging more children to develop a love of reading and more importantly, to do so at home, sharing books and discussi (More)
Mrs farrow wrote: Mini races Circuit Training
Today was our last PE lesson before the half term and we continued with our games theme, moving on from Tag Rugby and Handball to mini competitive races in a circuit training style. We completed a variety of activities, collaborating together to earn (More)
Mrs farrow wrote: Newsday Tuesday!
There have been many articles in the news this week that have caught my eye, but two in particular. I love animals, and one thing that upsets me is seeing animals facing extinction. The following article gave me hope that some of our most endanger (More)