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20/07/18

Such an impressive winner of the Whyteleafe Sports Award 2018 https://t.co/gE6NGGCRep

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20/07/18

A love of problem solving and support for others in mathematics. This year’s Maths Award. https://t.co/1cbQ3Cye28

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20/07/18

Exceptional flair for writing shown by our literacy award winner. https://t.co/ARUzEgW6Is

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20/07/18

Excellent attitude to sport from this year’s 2018 netball trophy winner. https://t.co/WxkfoV0Kmc

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20/07/18

We have enjoyed so many performances over the years from our 2018 Music Award winner presented by https://t.co/Wp1QU7y69m

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20/07/18

The winner of this year’s languages award was very happy to receive the trophy. https://t.co/H3GtY9R8BY

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20/07/18

A very well deserved friendship award voted by all of the children in year 6 https://t.co/sfeAQyiomt

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20/07/18

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Looking forward to this photo being worth a lot of money in a few years time when these 2 are gracing the premier league https://t.co/zyRtxSFLvs

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20/07/18

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A well deserved recipient of the ICT award https://t.co/Ix7rxoACLj

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20/07/18

Retweeted From Nikki Hall

Have a great holiday 4H! You’ve been a super class to have and I’m very proud of you all! Watch out , they’re coming for you! X

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20/07/18

Retweeted From Nikki Hall

Wishing all of Year 6 the best of luck in your new schools. You were my first year group at this school and you’ll always have a special place in my heart. Stay in touch! I want to hear about all of your successes! X

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18/07/18

Tell us how YOU have helped to reduce the use of plastics lately. https://t.co/YbARw3Ay3v

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18/07/18

we're trying to do our bit and spread the message on reducing the use of plastics! https://t.co/YbARw3Ay3v

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18/07/18

Check out our amazing assembly on reducing plastic usage to help protect the environment! https://t.co/YbARw3Ay3v

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18/07/18

School council held an assembly on plastic in the environment. Members produced a ppt, made props, rehearsed it and performed it to KS1. They did a fantastic job and put together a strong message about recycling plastic and reducing packaging in supermarkets. https://t.co/f0mjkQLSQR

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16/07/18

Fantastic show and tell from 1N. We were able to talk about enlargement. This man was 40 times bigger than the traditional Lego man. https://t.co/n4MSAMJJf2

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13/07/18

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Well done to Red Reception and Blue Reception for taking part in a fantastic It was wonderful to see so many children smiling as they took part.

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13/07/18

Retweeted From John Williams

Delighted to receive the first Whyteleafe honey this morning made by our very own bees 🐝 https://t.co/ZtztwC4aoK

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12/07/18

Our summer music concert has begun, showcasing our amazingly talented pupils https://t.co/mUb3iw9bLH

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11/07/18

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Honey production in full swing https://t.co/sBQnLUl5GY

History

History has an important role in the curriculum at Whyteleafe School. The topics we teach develop the natural curiosities of the children and prompts them to ask questions and to seek answers. Topics are engaging and fun with many children developing a love of the subject and spending time at home digging deeper into them. Through History, children learn the valuable skills of research, selecting and evaluating evidence, drawing conclusions and arguing their point of view. Their learning can influence their decisions about their own choices, attitudes and values. 

Quotes from children:

'I liked learning about World War 2 because it was fun and we went to a local airfield to see the artefacts.'

'In Year 2, we learned about the Great Fire of London, we even had the Fire Brigade come and visit!' 

'I loved learning about Ancient Egypt because it was interesting to learn about the different cultures of the past. I really liked our work on Mummies!'