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03/12/21

This week’s hot chocolate with the head! https://t.co/X57mg0ZXh8

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02/12/21

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Nursery started making Christmas decorations at forest school. "It looks like it's snowing," declared one of them. https://t.co/cRA0IMEPGz

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02/12/21

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enjoyed using knives to create little woodland elves this morning. Look at their cute faces! https://t.co/VzD2dpFbs1

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02/12/21

Whyteleafe Inspiration: Ex Whyteleafe pupil Michelle Bishop in the cast of Cinderella in the West End. Follow your dreams. https://t.co/RGtDuVbOFj

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02/12/21

Coach Kai and some of our Year 6s represented the school at the Crystal Palace training ground! We came 3rd out of 20 schools! https://t.co/IGMTFhBDxN

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02/12/21

Lily created this wonderful poster during Friendship Week. A wonderful and inspiring piece of work Lily. https://t.co/ZCdBMB8Qrw

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02/12/21

Today Year 1 and Year 5 worked together to learn about plastic pollution! https://t.co/8FxVDYRlSu

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02/12/21

5S did an amazing job in their Showcase today teaching us all about space!! Well done! https://t.co/0SGr4XEZEK

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02/12/21

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This afternoon, and 4R made some projects on We had a wonderful time coding and debugging. https://t.co/ZqsqDzBvhf

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29/11/21

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Here are some of the wonderful volcano pictures and 4R created based on the work of https://t.co/RhfP1DMWhF

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26/11/21

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The Early Years teams from all 4 Chalklands schools working together to ensure that EYFS is the bedrock for all of our children ☺️#collaborationnotcompetition https://t.co/FKCjmvExOB

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26/11/21

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How far we have come in a short space of time. Chalklands INSET day in full swing ☺️ https://t.co/RBcmRnVPME

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26/11/21

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It's that time of the year when we get to collect all the wonderful gifts Santa Stork provides for our families. Thank you so much to all the crew at that work so hard to make this magic happen ✨🎅🏼🎁✨ https://t.co/QaVdyousJ1

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25/11/21

Whyteleafe children enjoyed their ‘speak out, stay safe’ assembly. https://t.co/5dPrmqNvkL

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25/11/21

We had an early hot chocolate due to tomorrow’s inset day! https://t.co/VyQOV73IBG

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24/11/21

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Here are some volcanoes have created using different textures based on our English topic about creating our own holiday brochures for Sicily. https://t.co/Qz0FEutFiZ

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24/11/21

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Nursery are celebrating by mud painting trees with a mix of powder paint, mud and water. https://t.co/jW3DxDmZeH

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20/11/21

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The children have loved celebrating Children in Need today https://t.co/D5xQWqdPTX

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19/11/21

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Recpetion have designed and coloured their own kindness hands as part of friendship week https://t.co/pvW1XqdaLe

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18/11/21

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Nursery forest school enjoyed developing their fine motor skills hammering nails into a pumpkin. https://t.co/zD3iGRCpJm

Posted on: 27/04/2018

Day 5 IOW

What a wonderful week we have had on our #IsleOfWight2018 residential.  It has been smiles and sunshine for the week.  Today, the children finished packing their bags and clearing their rooms so as soon as breakfast was finished we could wave goodbye to our hotel and set off to Amazon World, our final visit.  At Amazon World, we  saw lots of exotic birds and animals and creatures and even got to stroke a wallaby.  Once we had finished, we travelled to the ferry and enjoyed our lunch as we sailed away from our adventure island. Everyone is looking forwards to a nice sleep tonight.

One of the best aspects of our trip has been the behaviour of the children.  They have been a credit to the school and lots of adults in the various places we have visited have commented on how polite and well mannered they have been.  Well done Year 6.  Everyone is already looking forward to the Year 6 Isle of Wight assembly on the 14th June to see them recap their experiences to the school!