Ash Class visit to Millars Ark 02.05.2018

Despite the rainy weather, Ash Class had great fun at Millar’s Ark farm last Wednesday. The children were most excited about the coach ride there, and having lunch out of school. Whilst at the farm we held birds and guinea pigs, we let the cutest little lambs sit on our laps, we went in the

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Posted in May 2018

Chestnut Class Visit Milestones Museum

We had a great day at the museum. Not only did the children learn about life in Victorian England and the 1930’s but they also got to see mystical beasts made of Lego! They sat in old fire engines and buses, and saw trams and trains. We even looked into an outside shed and a

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Posted in March 2018

Year 5 watch Fernhill School Production

Pine Class were fortunate enough to be invited to Fernhill School Language College to watch their production of School of Rock. The cast were amazing with some fantastic acting and singing. We enjoyed watching the show very much and are looking forward to going to secondary school and being able to take part in similar

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Posted in March 2018

Year 2 Trip to the Gordon Brown Centre

On Tuesday Elm Class visited the Gordon Brown Centre. We took part in outdoor activities linked to our topic The Great Fire of London. We were given the challenge of working in teams to build houses made of straw, stones and wood. We also witnessed model houses being burnt in a raging fire and wrote

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Posted in March 2018

Year 4 Trip – Living Rainforest

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Posted in March 2018

Winchester Science Centre

As part of our ‘Destination Outer Space’ topic, Pine Class visited the Winchester Science Centre. The main focus was the Planetarium show, where we were taken on a journey through space to visit planets in the solar system, discovering interesting facts and developing our knowledge of how the solar system works. We were also able

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Posted in January 2018

Lion King Trip

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Posted in January 2018

Year 5 Science Centre Trip

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Posted in December 2017

Ash Class visit to the Postbox

Ash class had an exciting morning. We put real stamps on our Christmas cards and walked to the post box to post them! On the way we noticed it was very icy and talked all about the chilly winter weather.  

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Posted in December 2017

Chestnut Class Visit Queen Elizabeth II Park

Chestnut class had a fun afternoon in the park. Some of us were listening for sounds and drawing the things that we could here.  Some of us were identifying different types of trees and watching for wildlife.  We looked to see what buildings were around the park and what kind of play equipment is available

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Posted in November 2017

Year 6 PGL Residential Trip

Sycamore class had a brilliant week at PGL, full of memories that will last a lifetime. They all conquered the challenges that were set and really excelled themselves. We are very proud of everything the children have achieved. Below are some snapshots of the week. Well done Year 6!  

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Posted in November 2017

Year 4 Trip to Butser Farm

A couple of weeks ago Oak Class visited Butser Farm to learn more about the Anglo-Saxons. The children enjoyed a range of activities including: being an archaeologist; spinning wool; sewing and carving their initials in runes (Anglo-Saxon alphabet). The children enjoyed themselves and learnt a lot too!!

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Posted in November 2017

Year 2 Visit Marwell Zoo

Year Two enjoyed a wonderful day out at Marwell Zoo. Even though the weather was dreadful – it rained a lot – we still managed to have a fun filled day spotting lots of animals.  Inayah liked seeing the penguins joking around, Hayden found the owls fascinating and Aimee found the baby pigmy hippo very

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Posted in November 2017

Pine Class Visit the FAST Museum

On Tuesday, Pine Class visited the F.A.S.T Museum in Farnborough. They learnt about Sir Frank Whittle and were able to see the jet engine that he invented. In addition, the children were given a talk on Samuel Cody as part of the history of aviation. It was all very interesting and the class showed curiosity,

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Posted in September 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

Miller’s Ark Trip – Ash Class

We had an amazing time today at Miller’s Ark farm! We went into the goat and the pig pens and sat and stroked them. The pigs were very noisy because they were hungry, so we had to feed them. We also went into the donkey pen and helped brush all their extra fur away. Then

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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

Year 3/4 Tag Rugby

On Thursday 23rd March, Mrs Gurung and Miss Maultby took 9 children from Year 3 and 4 to the Interschool Tag Rugby event at Samuel Cody. They all had a brilliant experience and the progression of skills was clear in every game. There was some great team work taking place and the children really enjoyed learning

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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

Chestnut Class Travel to Milestones Museum!

Chestnut class had an amazing time in Milestones ; all the adults were very proud of their behaviour, the positive attitude they showed towards learning about different things and how inquisitive they were when asking questions about the artefacts. We were looked after Katherine who took us to a 1930’s kitchen. Katherine said “Your class

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Posted in March 2017