Project work this term

Year 3 & 4 have enjoyed learning about lots of different parts of the body during our time on this topic so far. We have explored human and animal skeletons, looked at how light travels, discovered how our eyes and ears work, learnt about Braille and investigated how sound travels. Next week, we will be learning about […]

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Online Safety Day 2018

Isham Primary School celebrated Online Safety Day on the last day of term- sorry for the late update. As part of online safety day on Tuesday 6th February, KS2 spoke about the importance of being kind online as well as being safe. They also looked at what bullying can look like online and spoke about people who […]

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Thinktank Trip

We had a fabulous time at the Thinktank, learning all about the body and more! We explored the incredibly interactive exhibits and enjoyed taking part in the show. Year 3 and 4 were an absolute pleasure to take! A huge thank you to our helpers!

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Bones

Years 3 and 4 have been learning all about the skeleton. They discovered the names of the bones and where they are located, before thinking about their shape and size in order to create a pasta skeleton. This afternoon, we thoroughly enjoyed a visit from A&E Nurse, Emma, who told us all about her job and showed us […]

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Blood, Bile and Body Parts!

Happy New Year and welcome back to a brand new term of ‘Blood, Bile and Body Parts’! Please find attached the welcome letters and homework packs for each year group. I look forward to a fun, fact-filled term! All the best for the term ahead. Year 3 Blood, Bile and Body Parts Year 4 Blood, […]

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A Day in the Life of a Roman Citizen

What a fantastic day we had as Roman citizens! The children all looked absolutely brilliant! Attached are some photos of the many activities the children took part in during the day, from making mosaics and olive oil to marching in the army and performing in our own amphitheatre. Thank you for your support with costumes and […]

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