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In the eyes of God, every child matters, every moment of every day

In the eyes of God, every child matters, every moment of every day


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  • 20.05.2022

    Published 19/05/22, by Christina Farmer

    Spelling words for Monday’s test - invention, injection, action, hesitation, completion, stagnation, nomination, migration, conservation, selection

    Talk homework – ask us the time throughout the day (12/24 hr).  We can also explain what am and pm means.

    We have had a fantastic week and been making the most of the weather.  In English, we planned our predicted ending for our Power of Reading book using exciting verbs and descriptive adjectives.

    We have completed our learning on time this week, and we can now tell the time in both 12 and 24 hours.

    We had new Science books this week and wrote out our first investigation on conductors and insulators.

    In DT, we planned the fruit kebabs we are going to make using local and seasonal fruits.

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  • 21.04.22 Blog

    Published 22/04/22, by Christina Farmer

    Gentle reminder of the summer school uniform -  long hair should be tied back with hair accessories that are either black, brown or white and– see links for details  

    Buckden C.E. Primary School - Uniform ( 

    Talk homework – complete and discuss the Being Active sheet.

    Monday – spelling test / reading records

    • naughty, caught, fraught, automatic, astronaut, cause, author, applaud, taught, audience

    We have had a busy start back to the summer term:

    Aiden and Isabella enjoyed doing cartwheels in the sunshine during our PE session.

    In Maths, Riley liked learning how to write tenths in decimals as well as fractions.

    In English, Matilda is enjoying reading our new CLPE book and Seb like giving advice to our character about what they should do after overhearing some unsettling news.

    Mihai liked learning about our Sustainable Development goal for this term – no poverty.

    Isabella enjoyed singing assembly where we practised a well-known song.

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  • 01.04.22

    Published 01/04/22, by Christina Farmer

    After our exciting time at Grafham, we have had two creative days in school.

    The first day we spent making musical instruments in Science to learn about vibrations and pitch.

    Today, we have finished our Skills Builder project of Brilliant Books and built our dream reading spaces.  There were some very inventive designs.

    Hope you all have a great Easter break and get plenty of rest.  Do not forget to practise your timestables.

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  • 25.03.2022

    Published 25/03/22, by Christina Farmer

    Talk homework is singing homework this week - Multiplication songs

    This week we have focused on how to find fractions of a whole.  We also listened to multiplication songs to help us get ready for our tests in June.

    In English, we have looked at fronted adverbials, expanded noun phrases with prepositional phrase and using inverted  commas in great detail.

    We are looking forward to our trip next week!

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  • 21.03.22 Home Learning

    Published 18/03/22, by Christina Farmer

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  • 18.30.22

    Published 18/03/22, by Christina Farmer

    Talk homework – what are stereotypes and why might they be harmful?

    Spelling words -

    This week in Maths we have been learning about equivalent fractions, 1/5 = 2/10.  Watch this video to recap on the lesson.

    In English, we wrote a respectful letter to Mr Irons to inform him of the circumstances of the new boy at school based on Power of Reading book. We also used our listening and speaking skills to hold a debate in the classroom.

    We had a fun time using modroc to create our suffragette badge and will be completing these next week.

    Hope you have a lovely weekend.

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  • 14.03.22 Home Learning

    Published 11/03/22, by Christina Farmer
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  • 11.03.2022

    Published 11/03/22, by Christina Farmer

    Talk Homework – Explain to someone the difference between Suffragettes and Suffragists.


    Spelling: serious, obvious, curious, hideous, spontaneous, courteous, furious, various.

    Reading record

    We had an online meeting on Thursday to discuss the details of the Grafham residential trip.  We have attached the zoom video.  The forms for dietary requirement and medicines have been sent out, if you need another form please contact the office.  If you have any further questions please email them to the

    In English, we have been exploring empathy by understanding the feelings of the characters in our Power of Reading book.  The children have discussed how our actions can make others feel.

    In Maths, we have been working hard on our fractions.  We have learnt how to find the value of the parts: within a whole and greater than a whole.

    On our Topic day, we focused on the Suffragettes and how their actions have affected us.

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  • 07.03.22 Home Learning

    Published 07/03/22, by Christina Farmer
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  • 04.03.22

    Published 04/03/22, by Christina Farmer

    Talk Homework – Explain to someone what equal and unequal parts of a whole means - give examples.


    1. Spelling: merriment, happiness, plentiful, penniless, happily, prettiest, nastiness, beautiful, pitiful, silliness.
    2. Reading record

    ­­We have had an exciting week with World Book Day on Thursday. Throughout the day, we celebrated the joy of reading.

    We started the morning with awarding the winners of the school writing competition, Aiden in Year 4 won 3rd place.

    Then the whole Year 4 gathered into one classroom and enjoyed hot chocolate and biscuits whilst sharing our favourite books.  Afterwards, there was a book swap where the children were able to swap their book for another one that had been brought in by others.  The children liked the idea of reusing each other’s book and saving the environment.

    Finally, we watched a live event on the World Book Day website where author Nathan Byran and illustrator Dapple Adiola spoke about where they got their inspiration from for the stories and illustrations.

    Happy reading!

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  • 21.02.22

    Published 25/02/22, by Christina Farmer
    Monday - Reading diary. Spelling – suffix ‘ous’ poisonous, dangerous, mountainous, marvellous, perilous, tremendous, enormous, jealous, precious, disastrous In Geography, Matilda learnt about immigration and the 'pus
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  • 10.02.22

    Published 11/02/22, by Christina Farmer

    Talk homework - Explain to someone why the product and the dividend are the same.

    After half term, remember to bring in

    • your Reading records even if they have not been completed
    • new stationery

    We have all enjoyed writing our own chapters for the end of Oliver and the Seawigs.  Today, we have created a book using the book cover we made during our Art sessions.

    In Maths, we explored how the product is also the dividend in calculations.

    In our Topic day, we learnt about levers and linkages.  We were ancient Roman builders and created new tools to help us build aqueducts.

    Have a super half-term and remember to get lots of sleep and rest.

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