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Jan 2020

A free-spirited & mischievous young boy who can fly and never grows up......F5 in rehearsal this afternoon for their epic 'Peter Pan' production @timdrama180 https://t.co/B8tCHDjin7

@ SJCS_Cambridge

Jan 2020

Thursday afternoon enrichment - F6 & F3 work out 'on the go' that korfball is a ball sport, with similarities to netball & basketball. They also had handball & dodgeball sessions too. https://t.co/P0NCzmqeHv

@ SJCS_Cambridge

Jan 2020

Thursday afternoon enrichment - F6 & F3 work out 'on the go' that korfball is a ball sport, with similarities to netball & basketball. They also had handball & dodgeball sessions too. https://t.co/P0NCzmqeHv

@ SJCS_Cambridge

Jan 2020

A mysterious jar & strange beginnings of a secret map appeared in T2W...having deciphered the coded SOS messages inside to build the rest of the map, they discovered someone needed their help! Time to get planning... https://t.co/zQraX7hDCk

@ SJCS_Cambridge

Jan 2020

Clay pots made by some of our F6 in art club & lessons - they designed, created & mixed the glazes - with great results. https://t.co/MWz4oalqE0

@ SJCS_Cambridge

Jan 2020

2K explored objects linked with South America (ChiL topic), finding creative ways that all the objects could be linked using critical & creative thinking skills. They compared these with the Cueva de los Manos in Argentina & hypothesised what the hand cave paintings meant. https://t.co/QLQB9jx5pN

@ SJCS_Cambridge

Jan 2020

The pentominoe hole challenge - F3 attempt to enclose the greatest area using a given number of pentominoes. There are world records for this activity- becoming more complex as the number of shapes increases. They also investigated perimeter, symmetry, nets & tessellations. https://t.co/l7BhCSUN3X

@ SJCS_Cambridge

Jan 2020

Hilarious fun playing with Victorian toys. Teachers had fun too! https://t.co/e5F4tjXNYy

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