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Posted On January 28

Electricity Task: To learn about and investigate electricity in order to make a buzz-wire game. Through our work and own investigations, we explored a range of concepts linking to electricity. We began with electrical safety, before moving on to exploring…

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Posted On November 15

The Primary Department have been learning about the importance of Remembrance and the significance of poppies.  We were shocked to find out that these have been made by disabled veterans since 1922 and that the factory was set up to…

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Posted On October 28

This term, in Maths, we have completed an abundance of work developing our understanding of key concepts, across this specific subject. The areas of focus, so far, have included: time, comparing numbers, fractions, money, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, 3-D…

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We have been doing a range of practical work to support learning.  In key stage 3 we have looked at the power of motors and how different metals conduct heat, separated mixtures using a chromatography technique and looked at how…

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Years 7 and 8 have been looking at WW1 poetry in the build-up to Remembrance Day, in particular, the poems Suicide in the Trenches and Dulce et Decorum Est.  They have been developing comparison skills by looking at similarities and…

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We marked Harvest Festival this year by collecting tins and non-perishable items which had been generously donated by our parents and carers and delivering them to a Staffordshire based food bank.  Primary pupils also visited an allotment and harvested all…

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Posted On March 11

Last term, Year 6 used War Horse by Michael Morpurgo as a literary focus. This enabled us to explore key features of fiction stories, draw out explicit information, as well as using inferences to make informed predictions about what could…

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At the beginning of this academic year, the newly elected school council members were all very passionate about helping in the fight to help Earth’s environmental challenges. The school council members requested to start a fortnightly litter picking club that…

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Posted On February 10

Over the last few months KS4 students at Glebedale School have been attending art club after school on a Wednesday. During this time students work independently on their GCSE projects to enhance their skills in areas of their choice. One…

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