Y6 - World War 2 Hook Day

April 19, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
Year 6 have spent another day immersed in our topic of World War 2. Today, we were very lucky to be able to see a WW2 vehicle, which was used to transport troops during the D-Day landing. We spent the morning sketching the vehicles, ready to make our own later on this term!
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Y4 - Titanic Hook Day

April 19, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
Year 4 have spent their first day of this half term experiencing what life was like aboard the RMS Titanic during her fateful voyage on 14th April 1912. The children have enjoyed a day of role play and debates surrounding who was at fault for the disaster. N.B. Mr Humphries did his best to capture all of the children in their costumes at break tim...
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Y3 - Step Back in Time

April 12, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
Last half term, Year 3 took ‘a step back in time’ and studied the Stone Age to the Iron Age in Britain. All of the children’s work was displayed in our marquee and the year group enjoyed spending time on the last day of term exploring the newspaper reports, clay artefacts and cave artwork that their peers had created. Well done Year 3!
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Y4 - Fantastic Mr Fox

April 07, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
This half term, Year 4 have explored conservation through their rich read 'Fantastic Mr Fox'. The book inspired them to write their own version of the story entitled 'Brilliant Mr Barn Owl'. The year group finished the topic by recreating Mr Fox's banquet - they made healthy flapjacks, shared their stories and conducted debates on conservation whil...
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Fantastic work examples from Abbotswood pupils

March 15, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
It has been wonderful to have the children back in school and we have been so impressed with the work they are producing, both at home and in school. Here are a few examples that we wanted to share with you. Millie's Butterfly Lion Millie created a beautiful piece of art related to the year 5 topic is the Butterfly Lion and over the last 2 weeks...
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Y5 "A Twist in the Tail" Hook day

March 11, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
During our hook day for 'A Twist in the Tail', Year 5 created some amazing African savannahs. They began by using watercolours to create a sunset background. Once dry, they then cut out some animals and scenery from black sugar paper to act as silhouettes. The results are very impressive!
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Y6 "Lest We Forget" Hook day

March 10, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
Year 6 enjoyed their second hook day for our topic “Lest We Forget”. We gave the children a schooling experience from 1939 - the year that World War II was declared. We continued to read our topic book, Once by Morris Gleitzman, and explored key events from the text. The Year 6 children have settled in amazingly and the whole team are very pr...
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World Book Day at Abbotswood

March 05, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
This week, the children have been undertaking a number of activities based on the World Book Day books 'Blown Away' by Rob Biddulph (Year 3) and Skysteppers by Katherine Rundell (Year 4, 5 and 6) Here is just a small selection of the fantastic learning this week! We are looking forward to presenting the children with their World Book Day book tok...
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Mr Moore : Spring 1 Mindfulness Assembly

February 11, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
Mr Moore: Spring 1 Mindfulness Assembly
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Things that make us smile

January 18, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
Last week we were delighted to receive 2 things that really made us smile! The first was a fabulous box of biscuits to share with staff (individual wrapped... ideal for sharing safely!) accompanied by a very thoughtful note (Thank you Wyatt Family!). The kindness that parents have shown us really helps us to keep motivated! We appreciate every kin...
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Remote Learning - Devices

January 08, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
Today I took a really lovely call from a member of the public who has a two year old laptop that they aren't using. Although she doesn't have any pupils at Abbotswood, she had seen the news and wanted to make sure that she could contribute to helping children to continue with their education. Whilst we are hopeful that the government will fulfil th...
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Mr Dewhurst greeted his class with a festive trumpet performance this morning!

December 18, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
This morning 5JD were welcomed into school with a trumpet performance from Mr Dewhurst! By the time Mrs Smith raced down with her camera to video it, it was raining quite heavily! What a lovely festive start to day for the children! Well done Mr Dewhurst!
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We did it!

December 17, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
We did it! The Friends of Abbotswood would like to say a massive thank you to the 160 supporters who helped us crowdfund using Aviva this term. We would like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a healthy New Year.
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Christmas Craft Day at Abbotswood

December 16, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
Today, it has been Christmas Craft Day at Abbotswood! There has been a variety of Christmas-related fun across all of the year groups. Year 3 loved making Christmas wreaths and designing personalised elf hats! Year 4 enjoyed making Christmas hats and lollipop ornaments. Year 5 spent their day making Christmas cards with fingerprint snowmen and C...
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Final Days of Fundraising

December 14, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
The Friends of Abbotswood are so amazed at the support we have received during this very strange Autumn term. Taking part in the Aviva Crowdfunding project has allowed us to continue fundraising for a much needed new minibus with wheelchair access. We have two days left to use this fundraising platform, so we would like to ask you for the final t...
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