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News: History

Thank you for everything, Ma’am

To mourn the loss, but celebrate the life, of our beloved late Queen Elizabeth II, Year 6 spent some time looking at her...

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Step in to the past

Cranborne Ancient Technology Centre was an absolute blast – a blast from the past! Year 5 had a fantastic time travelling through the...

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More tea, Ma’am?

On Monday, we had a very special visitor for our Jubilee tea – ‘the Queen’! We were delighted that she even brought a...

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The Great Greeks !

The terrific Treehouse Theatre have visited Year 5 for a Greek-play-in-a-day. The children threw themselves into the roles with enthusiasm (if a few...

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Irrigation and sunflowers

Year 6 recently learned about the invention of irrigation channels that were built in China to allow the water from the rivers to...

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Roman Around!

Year 3 had the fantastic experience of welcoming Treehouse Theatre into school to undertake a play in a day. Throughout the morning we...

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Fire! Fire! London’s Burning!

Year 2 were fantastic historians last term, discovering why the fire in 1666 became known as the ‘Great Fire of London’ and what...

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…More Hooke Court photos!

Day 3 Friday started with two very special birthdays- so we made sure to celebrate our classmates at breakfast. We were very lucky...

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Hooray for Hooke Court!

As part of our ‘Mighty Monarchy’ project, Year 4 took part in a residential stay at Hooke Court. We learnt all about the...

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Can you find the Galapagos?

Being an explore doesn’t just mean that you always have to stay local. We decided to explore further afield to our project islands,...

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