Our learning adventures

Acorns (FS1)

 

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Christmas Preparations Begin

As we enter the season of Advent, the children in Acorns have been preparing for Christmas by making paper chains and decorating the Christmas...

Holly & Cherry (FS2)

 

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Our mystery is solved!

As you may recall we were anxious in FS2 to reunite our lost baby clown with his friends from the circus. Well the other day we received a letter to let us know that he had gone back to th circus with his friends. We were all very relieved that our story had a happy...

Lime

Newmarket – Our local area

This term we are developing our knowledge of the local area. Last week we were identifying points of interest on a map of Newmarket. We will further this understanding by recognizing some of the physical and human features in the locality when we go on our KS1 walk...

Oak

James Campbell

On Thursday 28th November, we were visited at school by author James Campbell who spoke with the children. He shared some excellent examples of his stories including 'The Toothless Tiger', 'Wallabies' and 'The Umbrella...

Elm

Autumn Leaves

Elm Class had fun collecting Autumn Leaves. We used these to create leaf rubbings, exploring texture and...

Beech

Our Museum Trip

Beech class had a fabulous day at the Fitzwilliam Museum in...

Hazel

Everything has changed…

Year 5 delivered a fantastic performance at St Benedict's Advent Service yesterday, singing a song called 'Everything has changed' to portray the part of the Nativity story where the Angel Gabriel tells Mary that she is to have a baby.  Readers and singers alike did a...

larch

Maple

James Campbell’s Visit

On Thursday 28th November, James Campbell (author) visited St Louis to talk with and inspire all...

School

Our school is a thriving Christian community where our children are central to everything that we do. Adults and children enjoy working together to achieve their full potential.

House Points

  • Bautain: 200
  • Colmar: 148
  • Breck: 136
  • Humann: 135

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Suffolk, CB8 7AA.

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