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Coronavirus: a book for children

A book aimed at primary age pupils has been published written by Elizabeth Jenner, Kate Wilson and Nia Roberts. The illustrations are by Axel Scheffler, best known for illustrating children’s books such as The Gruffallo. The book deals with some of the aspects of the Continue reading …

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New Wolves colouring activity downloads

Our local club Wolves have issued another colouring pack to keep anyone who might be interested busy. It might be that you are a fan, have little/younger ones in the house or like colouring as a way of relaxing. Which ever reason might apply, we Continue reading …

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History Castles

Students within Year 7 have been studying life in medieval England with a focus on how King William was able to control the country after the Battle of Hastings in 1066. As part of their homework project the students have made Motte and Bailey Castles and labelled the different features. Continue reading …

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Year 7 crazy shoe competition

Year 7 students have been learning how to create observational pencil drawings during their art lessons this term. They have been using their school shoes to develop skills in pencil drawing, proportion, shade and tone to create realistic pieces of work. In relation to this Continue reading …

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Art and design

The fundamental aim of the art department is to help students to develop the technical skills to express themselves confidently, creatively; with feelings and imagination. Continue reading …

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Art and design

The Key Stage 3 art curriculum focuses primarily on the development of drawing skills, from observation work to expressive pencil studies. Continue reading …

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