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20/10/18

Go Whyteleafe!!!

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17/10/18

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77% of young people said that they want their parents and carers to support them online. See our top tips for parents on how to keep your children safe online. https://t.co/hkmLCuYs4p https://t.co/C9l9Zmb1mX

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12/10/18

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Another great week including the Premier League trophy, great Y6 parent tours and amazing learning across the school! Enjoy your weekends and we will see you next week!

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09/10/18

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'What would you do if you saw or heard something upsetting or worrying online?' - 5 questions to ask your child about online safety https://t.co/RBsv0Z6Tdq

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09/10/18

This week the children in KS2 are learning all about what makes a good password. Think YOUR password's safe and secure? Check here: https://t.co/B6yYI3267L To find out more and to make sure your password is safe and secure, visit: https://t.co/457mvbWPOw https://t.co/y7gagl5AXI

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08/10/18

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What an amazing day! Thank you to the , , and assistant referee Steve Childs for coming in and making our so special https://t.co/0vtGqes0EO

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08/10/18

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An exciting day today with a visit from the trophy, and https://t.co/2ZvHcypBkM

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08/10/18

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Hi Really looking forward to visiting you, along with , and the actual trophy 🏆 We'll do our best to make it a great day for your pupils and staff ⚽️📝📚🏆

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05/10/18

Another fantastic week thank you to Year 4 for a great harvest assembly and the whole school for...well...being amazing!!!

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05/10/18

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Very excited about our visitors on Monday https://t.co/YLhiymK2ti

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05/10/18

Eggcellent! https://t.co/9FcgORvBeR

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05/10/18

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Cross country club https://t.co/dq0OsQO4BU

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03/10/18

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Well Done Netball team! First game of the season against a strong Woodlea. 5-2 WIN!

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01/10/18

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'What would you do if you saw or heard something upsetting or worrying online?' - 5 questions to ask your child about online safety https://t.co/RBsv0Z6Tdq

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28/09/18

Retweeted From Gareth Parker

Another lovely week well done all! It is an honour to see you all

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20/09/18

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More disco fun https://t.co/QgMxgCrQZC

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20/09/18

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Disco!!!!!!!!! https://t.co/3FB1dAZJDE

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20/09/18

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Giant swing rocks https://t.co/MMBLkj2nZC

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20/09/18

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Super time on the aerial runway https://t.co/n0SSLWsA1g

Posted on: 12/05/2018

Science Show

On Wednesday we were very lucky to be visited by some scientists from the University of Bristol. They performed an interactive and engaging science show assembly for all the children in years 2-6. The show taught us about gases in the air and experiments were demonstrated with liquid nitrogen (a very cold liquid), dry ice (solid carbon dioxide), oxygen, acetylene, hydrogen and helium. The show also taught us about states of matter changes, combustion and what is and is not a reversible change.

Children in year 6 were treated to an extra experiment including liquid nitrogen.

“It was mind-blowing to see a balloon blowing up. It was so cool to stand in one of the coldest things on Earth: Liquid Nitrogen!”

-Sophia Gaunt and Holly Rotchell, Year 6

“We thought it was awesome as the experiments were mind blowing. The year 6 exclusive experiment was the best.”

- Krish Patel and Benjamin McGarrigle, Year 6

“I thought the Science Show was amazing. I loved it when the hydrogen balloon exploded like a huge fireball.”

-Poppy Lewis, Year 5

“I learnt that hydrogen was explosive. I thought the assembly was really good because we got to watch some really cool experiments.”

-Emily Weal, Year 5

“The science assembly was absolutely mind blowing! It was so inspiring how Tim and Johnny made the explosions.”

-Abby Morrow, Year 5

“I really liked it because it gave me a lot more knowledge and there was loads more things I didn’t know. I found them really amazing. “

-James Taylor, Year 4

“I knew a lot before but I have learned more. Now it makes me convinced I want to be a science teacher when I’m older.”

-Louise Spencer, Year 4

“I learnt that hydrogen is explosive!”

-Constance Mayo, Year 2

“I couldn’t take my eyes of it, it was so good!”

- Felix Cunningham, Year 2

“It was so cool when the hydrogen exploded”

-Charlie Mann, Year 2