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Year 5 students have been exploring various countries in Eastern Europe through engaging group projects. Each table group focused on a different country, delving into comprehensive research Their projects covered a wide range of topics, including the country’s location (longitude and latitude), customs and traditions, flora and fauna, trade links, political leaders, a brief history, the flag, climate and landscape, 
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Whilst learning through the story of ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’ the children in Reception 1 recapped the language of size to compare length and height. They found a giant’s footprint and drew around their own to measure it with a tape measure. They also built beanstalks using different materials and used mathematical language such as taller, tall, biggest, bigger, shorter, 
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This week some of the children were very interested in exploring new magnetic resources. The activity was child led, the teacher had set up the resources for their arrival and in no time, children began to explore the new resources, feeling them, manipulating the shapes to create models and share ideas with their friends. It’s so lovely to see their 
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Throughout Key Stage 3 the students do drama performances to complement their English studies. The use of playscripts, role play and drama activities helps develops their confidence and vocabulary. Last week Year 7 performed A Midsummers Night’s Dream and this week Year 8 did short plays to re-tell the story of Pandora’s Box.
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This week the IB biologists investigated the mechanics of breathing by looking at lung function, measuring tidal volumes, expiration and expiratory reserve volumes. This is an experiment which is part of their IB course.
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Our Nursery children were showing their great skills in sports lessons this week with Ms Hannah. They love these lessons doing a range of sports, learning about teamwork and developing their large motor skills.
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Our youngest students enjoyed so much outdoor learning this week – the Nursery children were very excited to visit the garden and to see how things are growing and changing. A walk in the garden is a relaxing, sensory experience. We encourage the children to use all their senses to explore and learn about the environment around them.
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The Year 4 students had a very informative and interesting excursion to an Egyptian exhibition in Palma last Friday. They heard so much about life in Ancient Egypt and were able to ask the experts lots of questions. The group loved their play in the park afterwards and their picnic lunch.
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Our maths department were so proud of the motivation of the students as they took on the challenges of Pi Day which is celebrated on March 14th throughout the world. All the students made a long paper chain representing the numbers (decimal places) of Pi showing the connectivity of maths from Year 8 to DP2. This can be seen in 
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In Year 7 History, students performed plays regarding topics such as the Crusades, the creation of a Gothic Cathedral, a feudal peasant rebellion, and a royal wedding to give them a better understanding of the Middle Ages.
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