TTRS Competition Assembly

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Posted in July 2017

Sports Day June 2017

Thank you to all who came along to support a very sunny Sports Day.   It was a real scorcher so thank you for being understanding about us cutting things short. Ash, Chestnut and Elm classes took part in various activities which included ladder run, beanbag in hoops and stepping stone. The children were all collecting

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Posted in June 2017

Year 5 trip to Lulworth Cove

Pine Class enjoyed a day at Lulworth Cove finding out about coastal erosion. The view of Durdle Door and the rock pooling were definite favourites. A great time was had  by all.

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Posted in June 2017

This week in brief…

Another busy week planned for the pupils of Cherrywood this week!   Year 1 pupils will be taking their phonics screening test this week.   It will be completed with Mrs Lewis on a one-to-one basis.  Find out more information about the test here. Year 6 writing will also be externally moderated. Schools and local authorities (LAs)

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Posted in June 2017

This week in brief…

Year 2 are finishing off the final papers for their SATs this week. Tuesday:  Some year 5 and 6 pupils are attending a more able maths event at Towerhill. Wednesday:  Year 3 trip to Fishbourne Thursday:  Year 4 Class assembly at 2.30pm.  Year 5/6 Tri Golf Festival at Samuel Cody after school Training going on

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Posted in May 2017

Key Stage 2 Maths Parent Workshops

What a whirlwind start to the summer term! Miss Culverhouse has already completed the last three maths parent workshops with year 3, 4 and 5! Thank you to all that attended.  You would have been provided with a copy of your child’s maths curriculum and the school’s current calculation policy.  These can also be found

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Posted in May 2017

Spotlight: Year 5 pupil shares their hobby

Year 5 pupil, Simona, shares with us her extra curricular interests: This week I went on a hack out in the fields it was the first time that I have been in the fields so it was much more fun than doing a jumping lesson in the arena. Originally we were going to do a

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Posted in April 2017

Year 5 orbit into space for their exhibition!

On Tuesday 28th March, parents were invited into school so that the children could share the amazing work that they had been doing for their topic on the solar system. Some amazing models had been produced and the children thoroughly enjoyed the space theme!

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Posted in April 2017

Year 5 go to watch Oliver at Fernhill

On Thursday, Pine Class were invited to watch Oliver at Fernhill Language College.The class had been studying extracts from Charles Dickens’ Oliver Twist, so they were excited to see the story come to life.There was some amazing singing and acting and all of the children had a thoroughly enjoyable time. Many thanks to Fernhill for

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Posted in April 2017

This week in brief

This week Monday: Year 2 Maths Workshop Tuesday: Year 1 Maths Workshop Wednesday: Year 4 Ukelele Concert @ 9.20am; Year 4 Exhibition @ 10am; Year R Maths Workshop Friday: Year 6 Maths Workshop. Also, teachers are attending training for PE & Writing Moderation.

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Posted in April 2017

Extraordinary Science Fair!

Pupils shared an eye opening, awe inspiring experience with their parents on Wednesday afternoon.   Ash Class (R) Ria: We put milk and colouring on a plate and put fairy liquid in on a cotton bud.  The colour spread! Chestnut Class (1) Eli: We had to put an egg in a bag and try to wrap

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Posted in March 2017

Sing Up Afternoon at Cherrywood

On Wednesday March 22nd Cherrywood School celebrated Sing Up Day, a special day set aside to celebrate the power of music through singing. Groups from across the world, from Primary Schools to Secondary Schools, community choirs to families, came together to sing the Sing Up Anthem ‘Let Love Shine Through’ a song celebrating individuality, uniqueness

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Posted in March 2017

Year 5 Able Scientists Visit Cherrywood

Higher attainers in Science had a dirty job on their hands today. Concerned with the current humanitarian crisis in Sudan, children were given the chance to produce clean water. They started with muddy water (similar to what some people in Sudan and other similar countries have to endure) and using household items, they had to

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Posted in March 2017

Come and join your child in maths!

In the next few weeks all classes will have joint pupil-parent maths session run by their class teacher and Miss Culverhouse (Maths Leader at Cherrywood). You will soon receive an invitation from your child with all of the details.  We urge you to come along, find out what your child needs to learn this year

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Posted in March 2017

SHINE Project for Year 5 Pupils at Farnborough Hill

This Saturday our year 5 pupils continued their ‘Shine’ project.  Here is another blog in our series about their experiences: On Saturday we went to Farnborough  Hill (Shine Project).  We did science and mixed chemicals. I think they were dangerous because we had to wear safety equipment. If they got on your skin it could

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Posted in March 2017

Year 5 Parent Maths Workshop

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Posted in March 2017

Shine Project Blog

On Saturday, a group of children from different schools got to discover Farnborough Hill. We got to discover different activities in different classes but first we burnt food with Bunsen burners. Our group got up to a temperature of 100 degrees which is a record of that school… Next week we are doing science but in

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Posted in March 2017

Able Child Science Event (multi school)

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Posted in February 2017

Year 5 are on a magic carpet ride…. Parent Reading Workshop

Year 5 and their parents had an ‘Arabian Nights’ reading workshop this afternoon.  (Thank you to all parents who attended!) If you weren’t able to attend you can find all of the information here: Year 5 Reading Workshop Information. This will give you information on how you can support your child to make progress in

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Posted in February 2017

Investing in books for 7-11s

Recently, we have significantly extended our reading scheme for older pupils.  This will mean your child may have been a ‘free reader’ and will now be given a reading scheme book again.  We would like to re-assure you this is to ensure they are sufficiently challenged and are not freely choosing books that do not

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Posted in February 2017