The Masked Reader!!

The Masked Reader is finally here!

Can you guess which teacher is hiding under each mask?

Submit your answers below – good luck!


Google form link:

March Reading Challenge!

Join in with our March reading challenge by helping us to earn 250,000 reading minutes between now and 26th March!

Log how many minutes you have read this week at home!

Don’t log the minutes you have read in school as your teachers have done this for you!

The link to the Google form is here:

The link to the Google form is here:



During February these girls have taken part in a daily running challenge with their family to raise money for Pancreatic Cancer research.

The challenge was 28 miles throughout Feb.

As a family they have completed 438 miles and raised £1241! Wow!

The Buck children raised £149 on their own just on loom band orders alone!

Above is a breakdown of the challenge and some pictures of Chaz and Ron!

They have done really well! They finished their challenge with an 8mile bike ride ton Sunday – we are extremely proud of them both!!!


The Masked Reader – Sneak Peek

Here is a sneak peek of our Masked Reader!

Coming 4th March …

Throughout March, as a school we are planning to walk from John o Groats to Lands end and back! That’s 1,748 miles!

If my calculations are correct as a school we only need to do 110,505 steps a day! Easy!

So charge up your fit bits and smart watches and get your walking shoes ready!

At the end of the week complete the google form that I have attached to this blog and we will record your steps. There will be weekly prizes in school for most steps in a week and all school staff will be getting involved too.

Good luck and I hope you enjoy the challenge 🙂

Lands' End to John O' Groats charity walk. - Home | Facebook

Cup phones

To kick off our last science case study we are looking at sound.  To start with we looked at and listened to different sounds and then talked about where we might hear different sounds, if it would be a high or low, loud or quiet sound. Then, we made our own cup phones to see if the sounds could travel down a string.  Here we are practicing and testing our cups out.

Chromebook research

I this lesson the children used Chromebooks to research specific information about their chosen topic (earthquakes, volcanoes or fossils).  This will then help them plan and write their explanation text final touchdown.

Steps to how fossils are formed

After looking at the fossils we made in class the other day we then set off to learn the specific steps involved in how they are formed. The children found this very interesting and did some lovely writing about the different steps involved. Well done guys.