Please see below photos of children in KS2 taking part in different activities across the curriculum.
For full details of the curriculum, please see the subject curriculum pages.
KS2 classes have been studying different religions in their RE lessons. Can you tell which religions we have been studying based on the photos from our school trips?
KS2 held their annual Christingle service.
Year 6 visited the Mott McDonald offices to take part in the LaunchPad STEM programme.
KS2 had fun presenting Lindy Hop dances, songs and poetry from the World Wars in their Veteran's Day for our local senior citizens.
KS2 headed to Ely Museum for their Marvellous Middle to learn what it was like to be a child in Britain during WWII.
The KS2 classes kick-started their topic by completing a village trail through Teversham to get familiar with the local surroundings.
KS2 Fabulous Finish - A DT project making chocolate truffles.
KS2 Marvellous Middle - Cadbury World
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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