Today, Elm Class made shield and composite volcanoes using toilet paper and cello tape! Using a special ‘magma mixture’ and bicarbonate of soda, they made their volcanoes come to life by erupting! We found that the lava from shield volcanoes travelled furthest!
Last week, Stoke Park was visited by a team of archaeologists who told us about the remains of a Roman villa that had been discovered in Lockleaze. We particularly enjoyed handling the artefacts and talking to the archaeologists about the excavation.We thank Redrow and Cotswold Archaeology for sharing their findings with …Read More
On Tuesday KS1 visited SS Great Britain. We all had a fantastic day exploring the ship inside and out. We went on a tour of the cabins (1st class and 3rd class), got a taste of life in the kitchens and even got a whiff of some of the smells …Read More
It was been a lovely first few days back this term. Well done to the children of Oak class for showing caring and self-responsible behaviour in their attitudes towards work and each other. This final term will be their chance to show off how much they have progressed and learnt …Read More
I would like to remind you that you are warmly invited to join some of the governors for coffee and cake on Friday Morning (19th May) at 8.45a.m.The coffee morning will give you the chance to talk to governors about general issues and ask questions about their work.We would like …Read More