Let the storm rage on…..

Like the true professionals they are Gastrells dancers performed brilliantly at Rodborough Fete, continuing seamlessly even when the heavens opened.

I received many positive comments wondering around the fete afterwards.

Well done to all children and a huge thank you to the staff who worked hard to coordinate such a great performance.

Oh, I do like to be beside the Seaside!

Peregrines Class Blog

What a fabulous day!

Yesterday Peregrines went on our trip to Weston-Super-Mare, we learnt all about Seasides in the past and today! We spotted donkeys, swing boats, the Grand Pier, the old pier, a horse and cart, the seaside train, the coastguard and Archie even spotted a lighthouse in the distance! We met Graham, our Grand Pier tour guide and Trevor our coach driver.

We left school at 9am and travelled for 1 hour to Weston. We were incredibly well behaved and Mrs Clifford and Mrs Keyse learnt all about Trevor’s honeymoon in Weston back in 1973 (what a treat).

When we arrived Graham met us at the entrance to the pier, Did you know it is 1/4 of a mile from the beach to the end of the pier?

We stopped for a toilet break and then went in to the Sea View Room for our presentation. Graham gave us…

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Shapes, shapes, everywhere!

Peregrines Class Blog

Wow, what fun! This week we have been learning about 3D shapes. We have been making 3D shapes with construction kits, naming 3D shapes, finding the properties of 3D shapes and some of us have even been investigating the many different ways of making Nets of Cubes! The children have loved learning about the Faces, Edges and Vertices of 3D shape, the difference between a cube and cuboid and even the difference between vertices and points. Well done Peregrines! Keep it up!

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