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WW2 Evacuee Day! The children have come to school dressed as evacuees - their costumes are amazing!

4th May
This week Birch Class have been looking at humorous and nonsense poems.  During the lesson we worked together to create a version of the nonsense poem "On the Ning Nang Nong" by Spike Milligan.
On the Blenheim Park
On the Blenheim Park,
Where the kids go Zark!
And the pheasant is called Phil!
There's a class called Birch
Where the iPads perch
And the children can't sit still.
On the classroom floor
Year Two go roar!
And Year Three are deafened when they do!
So it's Blenheim Park!
Kids go Zark!
Class called Birch!
iPads perch!
Classroom floor!
Year Two roar!
What a noisy place to be,

is Blenheim Park Academy!

Amazona Zoo - all creatures great and small!

21st February - Ed brought in some amazing animals for us to see and hold, including giant land snails, a giant millipede, a bearded dragon and a milk snake. He also showed us a tarantula, which we looked at in its case. A tarantula bite is about as dangerous as a bee sting but they are also very delicate, which is why only Ed held her.

Story Cafe 5th February

1st February - We are observing our bean plants, measuring their height and updating our notes. This is part of our investigation into what conditions plants like best to germinate and grow. They have grown so tall we are making tripods to support them.

1/2/18 Everybody was Kung Fu Fighting, Those kids were fast as lightning, In fact, it was a little bit frightening, But they fought with expert timing

More Tang-Soo-Do...

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Birch class writing story plans for their version of ‘The Great Kapok Tree’. We have been studying this book as part of our Rainforest Topic in Literacy.

Trip to King's Lynn Corn Exchange, 17th October 2017

Our Class Rules by Lee