Yesterday, Kestrels had a UniHeroes workshop. Graduates and current students from university delivered the workshop to talk about what university is and it tested what Kestrels knew.

You can now download the Kestrels January newsletter here or on our letters and newsletters page. There is lots of exciting information about reading, homework and a new fun weekly activity that the class will be taking part in!

Kestrels and Eagles had a great Christmas showcase performing their songs.

Kestrels are investigating materials in Science. So far they have grouped materials into solids and liquids and have decided which materials are soluble in water.

This week is Anti-Bullying week and Kestrels have discussed what bullying is but also filled in a survey created to generate answers to use as discussion points linked to cyberbullying. .

You can now download the Class 5 Newsletter here or from our letters and newsletters page.

We enjoyed a family learning session creating our own minibeasts to link with our topic of Life on Earth, our displays look great!

Oliver has made it into the local newspaper for his fantastic effort, you can read the article here.

After visiting Wentworth, we will be writing an argument about where we should keep animals. We have had a debate challenging each other’s views after reading an article.

On Wednesday 11th October ABC Family Learners and Thrybergh Primary are holding a Mini Beasts Workshop for Year 5 and 6. 

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