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Bridport St Mary's

C of E Primary School

Vision Statement: Building a caring community, where all can learn and shine!

Vision Statement: Building a caring community, where all can learn and shine!

Class News

June 2020

Charlotte celebrating World Ocean Day in blue
Heidi enjoying a healthy snack
Millie creating her own decomposer minibeast
Jess taking part in St Mary's Olympics
St Mary's Olympics 2020
Rose tucking into her fruit kabab
Celebrating the Bridport Food Festival in lockdown

May 2020

Children developing new skills at home
Children developing new skills at school

March 2020

We have just finished learning about the Tudors!

How many of these questions can you answer? Ask us, to see what we now know about this time in history.

February - A local artist came into school to support our work with charcoal during the annual Arts Week

We focused on the 'Willow' poem - Lost Words
Eerie crows and willow branches
Bird mumurations swooping through the sky
We also used clay to create birds

February - We have finished a term full of Space!

Scrap-booking our learning
Effective artwork
Amazing Home Learning!
Amazing Home Learning!

December 2019

 

We have just finished studying the Year 1066 and these are some of the things we now know...

 

- Who had a claim to the English throne following the death of Edward the Confessor, and why. 

 

- The events and stories that are shown on the Bayeux Tapestry

 

- How and why the Anglo-Saxon and Viking era ended. 

 

- What the daily life of a child could have been like in 1066

 

- How the Normans influenced/changed England 

 

- Why William the Conquerer introduced the Doomsday Book. 

 

 

Take a look at our display in the office foyer to see some of the photos of our Express Event Play (1066!) and our writing. 

The Play '1066' by the not-so-famous playwright - Miss Wiscombe!

Here we are acting out freeze-frames for scenes shown in the Bayeux Tapesty.

Can you guess which scene this represents?
Can you guess which scene this represents?

 

October 2019

We have just finished studying the Ancient Egyptians and these are some of the things we now know...

 

- Where Egypt is using geographical language ("Egypt is a country in the continent of Africa - on the North-East Coast"). 

 

- Why the River Nile was so important to the Ancient Egyptians ("Water and nutrients for farming, transport and transporting goods, fishing and for burial rituals").

 

- Why the Ancient Egyptians mummified Pharaohs and Kings ("They wanted to preserve the bodies so they could be with them in the after-life which they believed in). 

 

- Why Pyramids have caused many questions (There are many different conspiracies about how the Pyramids were built because of the limited resources and machinery at this time). 

 

- Why Tutankhamen's Tomb was such an important discovery (most of his belongings were not stolen therefore Archeologists could learn much from them). 

 

 

'Pharaohs' - The Ancient Egyptians.

Canonic Jars and River Nile Posters.
Clay Water Carriers
Hyroglyphic Name Plaques.
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