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This week we are exploring a variety of different fractions.


This week we have been exploring our knowledge of division in maths.


This term, we are becoming botanists in science and learning all about the many types of wonderful plants in our habitat.

Healthy Eating Week

We have had so much throughout Healthy Eating Week 2021! We loved learning about the Eat Well Plate and how to bake our own bread. Yum yum! On Wednesday we learnt all about deep breathing, meditation and relaxation in our amazing yoga workshop with our special guest.


This week in PSHE, we have been learning about trust and harmonious teamwork. This week in D&T, we have been making our own finger puppets. It was really fun but very hard work!

Designing a finger puppet

This week, Badgers have started to design their own finger puppet. They will apply their knowledge of creating a running stitch and improve their fine motor skills by cutting, threading, knotting and sewing. What fun!

It’s official: Badgers are brilliant writers!

This week we have been learning about the story of Rapunzel, taking care to deepen our knowledge of grammar whilst learning important storytelling techniques.  On one day, we were creating some multisensory recounts and, the day after, we were focusing on a character’s speech.                        …

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We are writers!

The long-awaited Badger Class Tiger stories have been published.  *Spoiler alert*  these tigers are very friendly; they are nothing like the tigers you have read about before. We have also enjoyed exploring shadows in our Dance session.

Friendship Tree!

This week in Badger Class, we have been thinking about bullying. We all agreed that it was a terrible word and that people bullied those who were different from them. We talked about how a bullied person might feel. The children all agreed to stand up to bullying by being kind and making sure that …

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London’s burning…fetch the engines!

What a week we have had in Badger Class! After looking at the picture of a piece of charred wood from 1666, we wrote down questions we wanted to find answers to. The children recreated the burning houses and talked about how our houses these days are built in such a way as to prevent …

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