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Norbridge Academy

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Annual Attendance
  • F1 Sparrow Class AM 95%
  • F1 Sparrow Class PM 95%
  • F2 Merlin Class 96.6%
  • F2 Sandpiper Class 97.13%
  • Y1 Firecrest Class 97.9%
  • Y1 Parakeet Class 96.9%
  • Y2 Peacock Class 98.5%
  • Y2 Woodpecker Class 98.6%
  • Y3 Flamingo Class 97.4%
  • Y3 Hummingbird Class 98.3%
  • Y4 Bluebird Class 98%
  • Y4 Owl Class 96.9%
  • Y5 Macaw Class 96.9%
  • Y5 Penguin Class 97.1%
  • Y6 Kingfisher Class 98.1%
  • Y6 Toucan Class 96.7%
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Wednesday 13th January

English

Continue to write the first draft of your diary, from the perspective of Cameron, focusing on the main event and the conclusion. Remembering to use the diary planning sheet and the features checklist to support your writing.

Maths

Read through the PowerPoint that shows you how to ‘Four rules with fractions’.

Have a go at completing the worksheet.

Reading

Read through the Reading Booklet.  Answer the ‘Reading Comprehension’ questions in the answer booklet.

Science

Read through the PowerPoint and have a go at labelling the circulatory system, that we look at last lesson.

Watch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lsz2oEWbNmQ to help you understand about blood and all its components.

The experiment – You will need: Cheerio style cereal pieces, a clear plastic bottle, a plastic food bad, red food colouring, a pinch of salt, mini-marshmallows and some purple pompoms.

 

Step 1: Make the plasma by filling a clear, plastic beaker ¾ full of water and adding 6 drops of food colouring and a pinch of salt to show the materials and chemicals are present.

Step 2: Place 2 handfuls of cheerio-type cereal into a plastic food bag and add red food colouring until the cereal is completely covered in order to represent the red blood cells. Then, add about 20 mini-marshmallows to act as white blood cells. Ask children questions to ensure they remembered the role and function of each component of blood.

Step 3: Next, add some small, purple pompoms to represent the platelets into the plastic beaker to finalise their blood samples.

Annual Attendance
  • F1 Sparrow Class AM 95%
  • F1 Sparrow Class PM 95%
  • F2 Merlin Class 96.6%
  • F2 Sandpiper Class 97.13%
  • Y1 Firecrest Class 97.9%
  • Y1 Parakeet Class 96.9%
  • Y2 Peacock Class 98.5%
  • Y2 Woodpecker Class 98.6%
  • Y3 Flamingo Class 97.4%
  • Y3 Hummingbird Class 98.3%
  • Y4 Bluebird Class 98%
  • Y4 Owl Class 96.9%
  • Y5 Macaw Class 96.9%
  • Y5 Penguin Class 97.1%
  • Y6 Kingfisher Class 98.1%
  • Y6 Toucan Class 96.7%

Safegaurding Information

Designated Safeguarding Leads

  • George Huthart
  • Catherine Bartlett
  • Camilla Mercer
  • Rebecca Jackson
  • Lynne North
  • Sally Townsend
  • Kelly Whittington

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  • Food for life
  • QES
  • Healthy Schools
  • Eco Schools
  • Outcomes School Award
  • Ofsted
  • Pupil Premium 2015
  • National Support School
  • The Primary Network
  • Pupil Premium 2016
  • Artsmark
  • International Schools Award
  • Investors In People
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