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Posted by on in Music

Music man Bob Buckle visited nursery and reception on March 17th 2014.
We loved listening to his banjo and joining in with lots of songs.


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Posted by on in Eco
The Wildlife Club has used the Morrison vouchers to buy bug and hedgehog houses. The club have been painting the bug houses.



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On Wednesday 12th March Strider came to visit our school in the launch of our Walk to School campaign. We are hoping to encourage more children to become active in their journeys to school, either walking, parking further away and striding the last part, scooting or cycling to school.

The children were give Egyptian badges if they had made am active journey. Lots of children got to meet Strider!

There will be different badges awarded at the end of every month and they will be awarded to children who have made an active trip at least once each week. The next badge will be given out at the end of March.

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Posted by on in Sport
On the 27th February 2014, Springmead netball team went to Sir Frederick Osborn School to play a netball match. We played against Watchlytes Primary School and we won 9-1. At the end of the match the team were told by our coach, Mrs Nicol, that the match was the best we have ever played.

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Posted by on in Geography
This half term in Geography, year 4 are learning about 'Where food comes from?' and to help us answer this question we had a special visit from Mr Sadler (number 2) - Mr Sadlers' brother who is a deputy store manager at one of the largest Tescos stores in the country. Mr Sadler (number 2) explained the journey of food coming from its source to the shelves in the supermarket. He even brought in some food from around the World for the class to look at closely, predict what it was and where it came from. We then used the ipads to look up what these foods were and from where they came. This is what we discovered:

Lucky Charms - America - Sweet, sugary cereal

Dried Anchovies - Africa - Small dried fish

Ghee - India - Cooking butter

Flaczki - Poland - Tripe in a broth

Ackee - Jamaica - Considered a fruit but is also cooked as a vegetable

Koara no machi - Japan - Small chocolate biscuits

We had a lot of fun and learnt lots from Mr Sadler (number 2), as well as Mr Sadler (number 1)!









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