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Posted by on in E-Safety

Take this quiz to see if you can keep Dodge safe online. 

 

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Posted by on in Eco

About 80 children brought their bikes early to school in order to enjoy playing games and then tucking in to a picnic breakfast.  Later on each year group cycled in a circular route around school. We had about 20 wonderful parent marshals, some of whom also cycled with the children. 

We also had a visit from Strider, who was encouraging the children to walk, scoot and cycle to school.

Finally year 6 completed their Bike-ability training through that week and achieved their Bike-ability award 1 or 2.

Thank you to all the parents that helped. We couldn't do it without you!

Mrs Payne

 

 

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Year 3 made their own poppies to wear on Remembrance Day to show their respect. 

 

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Posted by on in Literacy

Years 4, 5 and 6 had a Macbeth workshop.  Many of the children had a chance to act out the main character roles. 

" It was hilarious" said Aiyang (Year 6). 

"It was good to have a chance to act like the characters" (Hayley Year 6). 

"It was a fun way of learning" (Aidan Year 6)

Following on from this, children have been writing using Shakespearean language and in role as Banquo and Macbeth.  

 

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Posted by on in Year 3

Year 3 have been learning lots of different ways to help them learn their times tables. These are all games they can also play at home:

  • Chanting to rhythms (clapping and moving our bodies in different ways)
  • Games on the iPad and computer
  • Times table grids
  • Fizz Buzz game
  • Completing a sheet of random times table questions using a stop watch
  • Bingo
  • Colouring matching activities
  • Quiz’s
  • Tricks using fingers (9 x table) double, double again (4 x table)
  • Rhymes that can help us remember tricky times tables - 8x8=64…I ate and I ate and I was sick on the floor (yuk!)

 The children who knew all of their times tables moved on to investigations involving times table facts.

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