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  • Curriculum comes alive!

    Published 19/07/21, by Helen Clark

    An unexploded World War 2 bomb was unearthed during some routine gardening at Dunkirk Primary School. This was a great coincidence as the children were writing newspaper articles at the time. The scene was explored, photographs taken, eyewitnesses interviewed and catchy headlines created.  The area was made secure and the children were inspired to write exciting articles for their newspaper. 

     

     

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  • Our Osprey sketches

    Published 08/07/21, by Helen Clark

    Our Osprey (Flappy and Dancer) have now fledged their nest at Rutland water. We have decided to learn a bit more about them and have created some beautiful art work. 

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  • Our Osprey Journey

    Published 29/06/21, by Helen Clark

    After being inspired by the fabulous Sky Hawk book which follows the migration of Iris a female Osprey, Redwood decided to follow a real life journey of Osprey at Rutland water.  

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  • Wollaton at War

    Published 23/06/21, by Helen Clark

    We have been reading the fabulous book 'Adolphus Tips' The story is set in 1943 during the second world war and is the diary of a young girl who has to leave her town of Slapton as allied forces prepare to invade France. However, her little cat Tips has other ideas

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  • Attend and Achieve

    Published 28/05/21, by Helen Clark

    Dunkirk's new attendance rewards started this term.  Individual children and whole classes are rewarded for excellent attendance. Children can win extra playtimes, film afternoons, ipad time and children with 100% attendance get to wear the special attendance badge of honour. Attendance Ted sadly retired and was replaced by the amazing Attendance Winners Cup!

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  • Our Perfect Pansies

    Published 14/10/20, by Russ Gough

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  • We love books and art!

    Published 14/10/20, by Russ Gough

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  • We have some Kingfishers in Redwood Class!

    Published 14/10/20, by Russ Gough
    We loved learning to draw these wonderful birds. With our Science topic being all about nature, it was a fantastic way to look more closely at this bird's features. They are all so unique - just like all the children in Redwood class.
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  • A Tour of the Classroom

    Published 14/10/20, by Russ Gough
    I know it must be a bit strange this year not being able to see inside our classroom so I thought I'd share some pictures of where Redwood class spend their days! As you can see, we have a fabulous amount of books and a wonderful writing display
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