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- Read MorePublished 12/11/18In October 2018, children from Year 1 to Year 6 took part in the first whole-school write of the year. Each half-term, all children will come together to watch a clip from a video, and afterwards they will write their own paragraphs about what they have watched. The video for this year is called 'First Date'.One sentence from each year group was selected, and they were amalgamated to create one paragraph. The children whose work was selected are:Year 1 - Rumaysa Rumi BulsariYear 2 - Romana FatimaYear 3 - Zainab KaziYear 4 - Zuha ShaheerYear 5 - Muaaz PatelYear 6 - Arsalan NawazPlease have a look at the work produced, and check back next half-term for the second paragraph.
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EYFS/KS1 Poet VisitPublished 09/11/18
On Tuesday 6th November, EYFS and KS1 were visited by an author. The children had the opportunity to listen to the wonderful Eleanor McKone share the very first book that she has written. ‘Piper’s Passport’ was written by Eleanor to share her own adventures and travels. The children sat in awe as they were taken on an adventure around Australia.
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Y4 Dewsbury Minster VisitPublished 05/11/18
On Monday 22nd October 2018, the year 4 children visited Dewsbury Minster. All of the children and staff thoroughly enjoyed the visit and would definitely recommend the church for a visit to other schools. Below are some of the things our children said about the visit:'Staff were kind, generous and friendly''Tt was very interesting''The stained glass windows were magnificent''The organ music was amazing''We learnt a lot of things about St Paulinus and about Christians''I liked sitting in the chapel because it was comfortable and quiet''The big cross was beautiful''I now know that a baptism is when a baby is welcomed in to the Christian family'After the visit, the children have a much better insight of a church as a place of worship for Christians and why it is important for them.
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Y6 - Yorkshire Air MuseumPublished 23/10/18
On Monday, 10th October, to mark the end of their 'A Child's War' unit of work, children from Year 6 visited The Yorkshire Air Museum.
During a short introduction, children learned about the origins of the first flight and the subsequent development of aviation. Museum guides will then took the children on discovery tours of the various stages and applications of early flight development through to the use of aviation during both WWI and WWII. As part of this activity, the children were guided through the ‘Gasbags to Super Zeppelins’ display to look at early military flight during WWI, followed by a ‘hands-on’ activity in Handley Page Hangar and we finished in the main T2 Hangar to discover WWII bomber and fighter aircraft. Excitingly, we got to spend some time in the Air Power Zone where pupils could play and get to sit in open cockpits. Afterwards, we were able enter a large plane and role-play parachuting.
During all of this, speakers blared some of the music from World War II that we have been analysing. Some children 'treated' staff to their wonderful rendition of Vera Lynn's 'We'll Meet Again'.
Children were very enthusiastic about the trip and asked some insightful questions throughout. In fact, it was decided that we will extend the unit for a few more weeks as children asked for us if they could study some of what we learned today in further depth.
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Y5 London TripPublished 11/10/18
On Friday, 5th October 2018, Year 5 children visited the London Imperial War Museum. The journey to London was an exciting, memorable experience for the children!
As the children entered the museum, they were greeted by a dramatic display featuring a Harrier jet and Spitfire plane suspended above a V-2 rocket.
The children were given the opportunity to discover the story of the First World War through the eyes of the British people and the Empire, both on the home front and the fighting fronts. On display were over 1,300 objects including weapons, uniforms, diaries, keepsakes, film and art which the children were fascinated by. Many children enjoyed walking through the recreated trenches with a Sopwith Camel plane swooping low overhead whilst a Mark V Tank loomed above them.
Throughout the trip, the children were very inquisitive and asked many questions regarding the things they had seen.
As a bonus, the children were lucky enough to receive a guided city bus tour of London; they were able to experience the magical sights and sounds of London.
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National Poetry Day 2018Published 05/10/18
On Thursday, 4th October, Warwick Road Primary School held an assembly in order to celebrate National Poetry Day.