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Three Lower Two classes braved winds and unpredictable showers to walk into Exeter on three separate days over the last couple of weeks, to study land use around the city centre

Does your child have spellings to practise this weekend for a test? Use the custom word list in our free spelling apps to add their own words

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Really enjoying meeting everyone at the Suffolk Primary Headteachers Association conference at The Athenaeum Hotel, Bury St Edmunds today!

Primary School Swimming Course with Patsy Coleman from Splash Academy πŸŠβ€β™€οΈπŸŠβ€β™‚οΈ A bit of theory to start, followed by putting it into action in the pool before lunch.

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Draw, design and create a pot based on ceramicist Grayson Perry: In this workshop you will explore art and text combined, using Grayson Perry’s artwork as inspiration. Creating unique designs which tell the viewer something about you as an artist, reflecting your points of views, memories, issues in society, family etc. 

Over the past three weeks we have been exploring art and text combined, to create fun designs which reflect our interests and points of view. This was such an engaging workshop, creating great discussion around Grayson’s Perry’s work, which inspired some fun and creative ideas.

After looking and discussing his work, the children designed their very own pot, hand drawing some of their own personal narrative designs and adding meaningful text. These designs helped to inform their design decisions when they came to decorating their pots. 

The children took great care when constructing and moulding their mod-roc pots, some of them added handles which looked fantastic. Using their original design ideas for inspiration, the children decorated their pots. Some children made alterations along the way, whilst others recreated their orignal design idea. 


Wacky Portraitslooking at the cubist artwork of Pablo Picasso, we will create an abstract paper collage face that explores different profiles and points of view.

To start we looked at the work of Spanish Artist Pablo Picasso, famous for his cubism and collage artwork.

‘A head’, said Picasso, ‘is a matter of eyes, nose, mouth, which can be distributed in any way you like’.

We discussed how Picasso wanted to show two angles of the face at the same time, the side and the front. The children noticed the geometric shapes within his work, and commented on his use of colour.

After a discussion of the work by Picasso, we then created our own abstract paper collage that explored different profiles and points of view. I encourage the children to try and  exaggerate the features, make things out of proportion, to take risks and reassure them that their are no rules, your face can be as wild and wacky as you like. 

The children all began by drawing and cutting out the profile of the head. Their face shape was then divided up to create a profile to create multiple views within their final picture. Next they began to draw and cut the features such as eyes, mouth and nose in the style of Picasso. Once the basic shapes were all cut they then composed and arranged their portraits and, to finish off, added further detail such as hair.

So this happened to me when i was , like, 9, so don’t judge me, i was a very curious little girl…
Also, I was taliing with my boyfriend about adam’s apple and we were wondering what it really was. Turns out it’s some cartilage, and women also have it, but testosterone is what makes it grow big, so it’s more visible on men than women.


A little clip to show how much my baby learnt ather #kindergarden school..
I transferred her from one school to this school and she made alot of improvements!!!
She is 4yrs old and will be srarting #primaryschool this year..
She couldnt read at all and she only started about 4 months or more..
Ill reccommend this school to anyone…

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Learning to draw the features of a face: starting with a collaborative drawing activity

This was such a fun collaborative activity this week, breaking down the barriers to drawing and testing our observational skills.
We started the warm up exercise with ‘Blind Contour drawings’ a very funny task where we all draw each other without looking at the paper and not letting our pen leave the page, very tricky not to peek! We also created continuous line drawings using our non-dominant hand and drawing with both hands at the same time. This feels a little awkward but leads to some interesting marks, allowing them to draw with less restriction. For their final task they created a continuous-line self-portrait. 

We then did some detail close up sketches of our facial features. Using chalk and compressed charcoal, alongside various other mark making materials. They began to observe and look closely at their eyes, studying their shape. 

 Unfortunately, as ever, we ran out of time and so didn’t create as many sketches of the features of the face as we had hoped. However the detailed work that they produced in the session was fantastic and we also had a lot of fun!

Growing up

Growing up i always feel unwanted and different from the rest of my family members.

Somehow i feel like i dont fit in and i always wonder why.

Fyi: I am A Malay Muslim living in Singapore. I was born and raised here.A true blue singaporean.

I remember my late aunt from my late dad’s side always have this hatred towards me.

Whenever,she come to my home on holiday (she is from Malaysia).She will always try to find fault with me and i always wonder why.

There were times she will called me “bastard” and i will look at her in anger.

But of course,i can’t complain to anyone.

Why ? Coz my parents are very strict.

How strict are they?

The kind that wont let you answer back..will cane you if you make mistakes.The kind that everything you do must according to the schedule that they do for you.

During my primary school days,i was always bullied coz to the kids ,i am ugly.Short haired,tomboy looking with bugs bunny teeth.

I was always called names..

In fact, i feel i was known as the ugly duckling.

Nevertheless,i am very timid and shy but i am good in my studies.

I tried to always make friends but usually most only bully me.

I remember once i nearly got beaten up by a gangster girl coz she heard someone say i badmouthed her .

But,i remember that once in pri ¾ ,a male classmate made me super angry that i nearly hit him with a desk that i had thrown at him.

Anyway boys whom i like will never like me..

But i do have a boy who do like me towards the end of primary school life coz i started to look prettier, but only to be dumped by him and to be slapped by my mum in school coz he said something (cant recall what it was)

From then on..i began to hate him deeply.

In fact,i dont have many friends.Even till now.

In Singapore : Primary school means from Age 7 (Pri 1 ) to Age 12 ( Pri 6)
Lesson plan for primary school-Family.pdf

Hello guys!

I want to share this lesson plan for a primary school on the topic “Family”. This lesson will be suitable for level A1 students (I used it for the 3-rd form).

I have chosen this sequence of activities to develop students’ reading and communicative skills and to present and integrate new vocabulary. I have taken into consideration the Bloom’s taxonomy (from low-order to high-order thinking skills), the layout and interaction modes (group and pair work, horse-shoe layout, circle layout), the timing (the activities are not too long), the alteration of activities (stirring and settling activities), and usage of visual material (there are posters and pictures).

Hope you will find this lesson plan helpful. CC is welcomed;)

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