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If you go down to the woods today you're sure of a big surprise because Reception are playing there on Wellie Wednesday.
Dressed up as characters we all enjoyed reading a bedtime story with Mrs Duxbury.
It's always good fun when 'Green Leek' get together. This time they enjoyed making friends and working with Naomi from the Warwickshire Wildlife Trust.
Our own real life explorers John Digby and Chris Greyson-Garta skyped us with their adventures in Polar regions.
As part of their topic on the Great Fire of London 1666, years 1 and 2 constructed their own ‘mock’ timber frame buildings and re-enacted the fire.
Green Leek Year 6s were joined by a small group of parents and members of the community on their recent trip to London
Finding out how to use rationed ingredients effectively was the aim of Wise's "Food Technology Day" that gave them an insight into life on the "Home Front"
The sun was shining, the sky was blue, perfect weather for the first ever Green Leek 10K, a multi-terrain run between our two Green Leek federation schools
Children throughout the school set about preparing our raised bed allotment area for our vegetable growing and Year 6 children gave our peace garden a springtime tidy-up.
As part of their topic theme, 'Mega Structures', children in Years 1 and 2 tacked the challenge to design, build, test and evaluate a bridge.
As part of their topic theme,'Mega Structures', Years 1 and 2 visited Avoncroft Museum.
Combining their learning theme of 'Volcanoes' with a mathematics problem solving task, Dudley Class set about designing and building a scale model of Pompeii. Their results were truly explosive.
Our learning about the Ancient Greeks was enhanced by out 'Greek Day'. Dressing up as Ancient Greeks helped us to become time travellers as we explored life in the past through a series of different workshops and food!