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Year 2 have been using paints to explore primary and secondary colours. 🎨

They children enjoyed mixing and combining colours to create new colours and different tints and tones.

After lots of investigation they found out that a tint is when a colour gets lighter by adding white and a tone is when a colour gets darker by adding black.

The children worked extremely hard and were focused, ensuring their work was neat and that they were adding the right amount of water and colour.πŸ’™
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Last week we made a delivery to the food bank after sorting through the food donations we had received into school during harvest celebration time.

Thank you again for all of your support - the Rights Knight are keen to continue to support food banks across the city and we will be launching another drive after the half term holidays. πŸ’™
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Year 4 have been using clay this half term as their art medium.

After investigating the techniques used by the ancient Greeks, earlier in the term they have been using clay to recreate vases.
They used a variety of tools to create and add different texture and detail. πŸ’™

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Year 5 have been investigation "Living Things and their Habitats" this term in Science. As part of their work they dissected a flowering plant in order to be able to understand the different parts, observing and using what they could see, alongside their research to draw, label and explain the function of each part of the plant. πŸŒΏπŸŒΈπŸ’™
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Our sing and sign club have been working so hard learning BSL together, here they are signing and signing The Rainbow Song. Do you know any British Sign Language? ... See MoreSee Less

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Wow well done everyone.I know a little as most people know our eldest has special needs.It isn't easy to learn,so again we'll done.xxx

I wish sign language was part of the school curriculum (not assessed) just offered and learn as able 😊 Scarlett is LOVING this after school club πŸ‘ŒπŸ»

Fantastic πŸ‘ Ethan is really enjoying this group and is now keen to learn at home too. Thank you. X

Well done that was fab.

I did at one stage years ago learn some sign language - but so long ago I've completely lost it now xx

Wow amazing very well done πŸ‘

Well done everyone πŸ‘

Well done everyone. Famtastic. X

well done to you all πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

Aw well done Ethan xx

Beautiful xx

Well done everyone. πŸ‘ xx

Fantastic! X

Amazing xx

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