Peel Clothworkers' School

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Lego WeDo 2.0
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The Digital Leaders of Peel Clothworkers' have been developing their skills with Lego WeDo 2.0, they will be using their new skills to go into their classes and help other children in their IT learning. Some of our staff have also been getting very excited by the prospect - see Mr Astill's helicopt…

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Stay and Learn in RW
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This week in Reception, we invited our grown ups to Stay and Learn with us. We showed them how we learn in Reception and especially how we do Phonics.

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Science in 2M
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2M have been investigating Forces in Science this half term. The children have carried out two investigations so far. One investigating how the height of a ramp can affect how far a car travels. The children the discovered that the higher a ramp is the more force there is, meaning the car will trav…

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Numberblocks attack Year 1
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Numberblocks have been in Year One this week, helping the children with their addition facts. Children have been looking at different ways of adding up to 10. The children have been developing their mathematical language and problem solving.

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IT in Year 2
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In 2L we have been learning how to use Pages. We have worked on our typing skills and then changed the size, style and colour of the text. We also used google to search for images of Zog. We dragged and dropped them. We hope you enjoy looking at our work.

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Well-Being Week 2019
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This week started with a jump on Monday morning with whole school aerobics session! KS1 were then treated to some Guinea Pigs brought in by Pets at Home. In the afternoon, Jack Mclean came in to play his accordion for KS1 and KS2. He played a variations of sessions of Manx and Celtic tunes. The chi…

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