Welcome to our Erasmus+ Project Website

This is a European project which enables us to work together with other European schools to help improve provision and share, develop and transfer innovative practices.

 The countries involved in this partnership are England, France, Italy and Romania. We aim to work collaboratively on a science, technology and mathematics based project titled ‘Fly high in Europe.’

 The project will allow the children to engage, explore and learn about various areas linked to flight throughout the project; balloons, kites, airport, space and aircraft.

 

We hope you enjoy exploring our website.

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Using a compass and positional vocabulary

Using a compass and positional vocabulary

Year 3 took part in an outdoor learning session linked to maths and airshows. The children used positional vocabulary to direct their peers around a grid using eight points of a compass. They developed their knowledge of how to use a compass to find North. The know...

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Fire Fighting at the Airports

Fire Fighting at the Airports

A fire fighter came to talk to year 2 about fire fighting at the airports. Natalie told us information about fire engines, safety equipment and their uniforms.

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Airshows around the world

Airshows around the world

In Year 1 today we had a trip around the world! Each table has been set up as one of the seven continents. The children made their way round looking at different maps, artefacts, videos and foods from countries in the continent. We wrote down a fact about every...

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Telescopes, Constellations and Astronauts!

Telescopes, Constellations and Astronauts!

Reception really enjoyed taking part in another Erasmus project celebration, Space Day! All of the children looked fantastic and were very keen to get involved in all of the space activities! Some children made alien masks, other split pin astronauts and some even...

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Making our own emergency vehicles

Making our own emergency vehicles

Reception have designed and are making their own emergency vehicles that we would see at the airport or at an airshow. We have collected old boxes, containers and pots and have thought about the different shapes that we need to use. We first used masking tape to make...

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Using coordinates

Using coordinates

Year 5 took part in photo orienteering as part of an outdoor learning session. The children were given images of items within the school grounds. They had to find the items and identify the co-ordinates on their maps.

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