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Leah Jenkins - Head Teacher

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Blisworth Community Primary School

I would like to warmly welcome you to our new school website. We hope that you enjoy finding out about our school and viewing our photographs and news.
Our school is a forward-thinking village school that also enjoys village traditions and is part of a strong community. We have an exciting curriculum that values strong core learning as well as the links between concepts across all subjects. We ensure subjects are progressive, build on prior learning and are inspiring and well taught. Every individual child is valued at our school and we offer a broad and balanced curriculum and a range of experiences to allow them to discover their loves and talents.

Miss Leah Jenkins - Head Teacher

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We have all enjoyed a busy week together. The children have enjoyed time outside despite the bursts of rain both at playtime and for PE and other learning. It has been a pleasure to see Reception and Year One develop their cycling skills so well during our Bikeability. A group of our children have enjoyed building fairy gardens over lunchtime using natural materials that they have found in the ground. Many Year Threes have also been pretending to be dragons inspired by their English learning.

The photos today are from some of our Science lessons. Many show Reception enjoying the release of their butterflies. It was great to see such excitement during their learning about lifecycles. There are some photos of Year Five's Science where they were learning about the parts of a flowering plant by looking at lily buds, an open lily with pollen and some false orange blossom (cut from Mrs Aliwell's garden at 6:30 the same morning!) This helped the children label a diagram and explain the job of each part of the flower in the life cycle to create seeds for a new plant.

Have a brilliant weekend all of you, whatever the weather. Have a lovely Sunday to all those special men in our children's lives on Father's Day. We hope to see lots of you next week (Tuesday 18th 3:30 - 4:30) for our Drive to Design day.

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We have all enjoyed a busy week together. The children have enjoyed time outside despite the bursts of rain both at playtime and for PE and other learning. It has been a pleasure to see Reception and Year One develop their cycling skills so well during our Bikeability. A group of our children have enjoyed building fairy gardens over lunchtime using natural materials that they have found in the ground. Many Year Threes have also been pretending to be dragons inspired by their English learning. 

The photos today are from some of our Science lessons. Many show Reception enjoying the release of their butterflies. It was great to see such excitement during their learning about lifecycles. There are some photos of Year Fives Science where they were learning about the parts of a flowering plant by looking at lily buds, an open lily with pollen and some false orange blossom (cut from Mrs Aliwells garden at 6:30 the same morning!) This helped the children label a diagram and explain the job of each part of the flower in the life cycle to create seeds for a new plant.

Have a brilliant weekend all of you, whatever the weather. Have a lovely Sunday to all those special men in our childrens lives on Fathers Day. We hope to see lots of you next week (Tuesday 18th 3:30 - 4:30) for our Drive to Design day.

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This takes me back to my days in the Reception class. Children love this. Great photos xx

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