UKS2 Sports Day

By Sport, Uncategorized, Year 5, Year 6

Today, Y5 and Y6 had their Sports Day. We all participated in running, jumping and throwing activities and finished with a distance race and a relay. Congratulations to everyone for taking part.

First we began with a parade around the field.

After warming up, we all joined in athletics events including sprints, long distance, relays, throwing and jumping.

Thank you to the helpers and Mrs. Jepson who helped it all run so smoothly.

Congratulations to Jericho.

We all had lots of fun!

Science in FS1

By FS1, Science, Uncategorized

In FS1 we collected a selection of objects from the story we had been looking at that week the naughty bus. We wanted to find out which objects would float and which would sink. The children put their thumbs up if they thought the object would float and thumbs down if sink. It was explained that they were making a prediction. The children felt the items and said because it felt heavy it would sink, felt light it would float.



In FS1 we were looking at why things float in the sea. We used an egg and placed it in water it sank to the bottom. We spoke about how the sea has salt in it, so we started adding salt. The children estimated how much salt they thought would be needed to make the egg float. After about 8 table spoons the egg began to float because of the salt. The children learnt that the salt comes from rocks in the sea and it makes the water heavier.


We were looking in FS1 how germs spread and the best way to wash our hands. We used glitter as the germs and spread the glitter by touching hands. Then we found out that hand sanitiser cleans a lot of the germs away, but not all. Soap and water cleaned hands the best.

Y3 Science Experiment- How do different liquids effect our teeth?

By PSHE, Science, Uncategorized, Year 3

Children in Y3 (both at home and in school) have been investigating the effect that different liquids have on our teeth.  To do this, we used egg shells to represent the teeth and placed these in plastic cups filled with a variety of different liquids. We left the eggs to soak for a week before closely observing and comparing the egg shells! It’s safe to say we will all be thinking twice before drinking sugary drinks and will make sure that we clean our teeth regularly to protect them. Before carrying out our experiment, we considered how we could ensure that it would be a fair test and also made our own predictions about what would happen.

Y3 Science Experiment

By Science, Uncategorized, Year 3

Yesterday afternoon, Y3 were having lots of fun experimenting with different types of rocks. We tested the rocks in several  ways to find out more about their hardness, permeability and density.  Before the experiment, we made predictions about which rocks would float (low density) and which would sink (high density.)


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In the school hall, POPS Adventure run a breakfast club. The club is open from 7:30am each morning and costs £4:00 per session. 


If there is enough interest POPS Adventure are looking at running an after school club at St Alban’s. Please register your interest ASAP by logging onto their booking system.  


Year 2 Rainforest Gallery

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Noah                                                          Ellise                                                     Emily D


Annie                                                                    Mia                                                     Bea


Alayna                                                                  Adam                                             Chenul


Isla                                                                  Freya                                                        Daisy                     

Frankie                                                                 Lara                                                     Ava


Harry                                                                  Chris                                                  Preston


Josh                                                                 Henry                                             Rachel


Millie                                                            Myles                                                  Susie