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Hi everyone

It would be great to see you tomorrow, Friday 10th July, 12 pm, here is the link.

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Mrs Hall

Welcome to Woodpeckers 

Summer Term - Learning


The Railways

Our Summer topic is The Railways.  It is all about the development of the railways in Great Britain, and will give your child the opportunity to investigate some important historical events , such as the opening of the first passenger carrying railway lines and the Rainhill Trials. They will learn about some of the key people who were influential in the development  of the railways. In addition to this they will learn about the development of the locomotive technology and examine the differences between steam, diesel ad electric locomotives. The children will also learn about the growth and development of the railway network in Great Britain and use their geography skills to map out some key routes. 


Special Places and Special Books

Our last topic for the Summer Term is Special Places and Special Books. In this topic we learn about very special places and special books for people and their families.




Spring Term 2020


Welcome to Spring Term


This Extreme Earth unit will teach your child about the destructive powers of nature, from volcanoes and earthquakes to tsunamis and tornadoes. Through discussion and practical tasks, children will learn about how and why these natural phenomena occur, and the ways in which they affect people and the environment.

The children will ...
• Name the layers that make up the Earth.
• Name the key parts of a volcano.
• Show where most volcanoes are found.
• Explain how to keep safe during an
• Describe a tsunami.
• Describe the damage caused by a tsunami.
• Explain how tornadoes form.
• Describe how scientists collect data about



Harmony Day

What a great day out we all had at Hartlebury Church of England Primary School! We had such fun learning through Art, Drama, Music and enjoyed handling a selection of animals. 

It was great meeting other  children from our SAET too!

Harmony Day February 3rd 2020

Key Information



Homework is given out on a Thursday and due in on the following Tuesday. Allow time to look through the homework with your child and if your child needs further advice you or your child may come and see the class teacher on the Friday. 



PE will take place every Tuesday.

Please ensure your child has the full named PE kit with them 


Forest School

Forest School will take place on a Friday. Your child will be notified  when this commences. As usual please ensure your child has the appropriate outdoor clothing to enable them to take part and enjoy the session.




Wonderful Druid Crowns - learning about the role of the Druid in the Iron Age



Class Photographs

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