Monthly Archives: February 2015

Science

We are learning all about plants this term in Science and on the first day of term we went on a plant hunt around the playground to see how many different types of plants we could find.  We found more than we thought we would!    ...
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Canterbury Heritage Museum

Before the end of our topic on historical settlements, Darwin class took a trip to Canterbury Heritage Museum. We could not believe that the building was 800 years and would have been built during the Norman times. The children completed lots of different activities such as finding out what the Anglo-Saxons wore and some of...
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MYG Swimming Tournament

8 children from years 4, 5 and 6 took part in the Medway Youth Games Swimming Tournament at Medway Park. Over 42 schools took part in swimming a range of strokes both individually and in relays. The team from Meredale did the school proud and came 21st. Well done everybody who took part!...
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Year 3 and 4 Athletics Festival

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On Thursday 29th January the year 3 and 4 children (Darwin class) attended an indoor Athletics festival against other local schools. They took part in a range of running, throwing and jumping activities. They all had a fantastic time.

French culture week

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Heath class enjoyed taking part in French culture week. They created factfiles on all things French, created mini books all about themselves using French vocabulary and had a go at 'pointillism' in the style of the French artist Georges Seurat.

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During French Culture week the year 6 children ran a French cafe for the rest of the school. All classes got to visit the cafe and purchase a french pastry - as long as they asked for it in French!

Mountain Ranges…..

Following on in our Mountains Topic Unit, Churchill class have had opportunity of using the new I-pads, as well as atlases, in order to research and locate main mountains and ranges in the UK and the world.  They have produced some lovely informative posters on mountain ranges throughout Europe and these have been put up...
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More Sounds…..

Following on in our Science Sounds Unit, children now know that animals’ ears are shaped and can move for special purposes.  They have been able to use the new I-pads to research this and they have produced a poster about the dangers of loud noises to your ears.  As you can see from the photos...
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Culture Week – France

Culture Week (Mon 26 - Fri 30th January) During this term as a school we have celebrated a focus week on French culture. To begin the week Darwin class made passports to allow them to enter each cultural activity. The class then earned stamps after completing each activity and had the chance to earn more stamps...
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