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Posted by on in Year 4


As part of our science work, year 4 have been looking at the bones of humans and other animals. Both Ash and Sycamore classes inspected the bones carefully. We then discussed which animals they may have come from and how the size and structure of the bones affects their function.


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Posted by on in Eco Team
Springmead goes Solar!

Over the summer 193 solar panels were put on the school roof. These panels will be generating electricity for the school  for at least the next 25 years and saving the school money. Any excess electricity in the holidays will be fed back into the National Grid. 

This is an exciting new development for the school.




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Posted by on in Eco


Springmead has just received its second Green Flag. A second Green Flag is harder to achieve as the school has to prove it is caring for the environment in more subjects. For our school, these included recycling, transport, energy, global citizenship and biodiversity.

The school had a recycling project last term and we continue to encourage children to walk/ cycle and scoot to school to achieve their Travel Tracker badges.

Well done to last year's team of Eco-Buddies!

We have now appointed our new team of Eco-Buddies and we look forward to lots of exciting school projects this year.

Mrs Payne



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Posted by on in Year 4

In design and technology, year 4 got to taste and judge different fruit that the Sumerians used to grow. The Sumerians were one of the first civilisations to farm and grow different fruit and vegetables. This term we are hoping to take some of these fruits and turn them in a fruit salad...but first we had to taste some!

We judged each fruit on their appearance, taste and texture, needless to say, our opinions did vary!

Mr Sadler

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Posted by on in E-Safety

The weeks are ticking by and if you are a parent or looking after children of school age, you are counting down to the summer holidays. It can be a real juggling act - find things to do, keep them entertained while at home or while travelling at home or abroad. No doubt games consoles, tablets and the internet will also feature high on the kids' things to do list. UK Safer Internet Centre coordinators, SWGfL have lots of tips for parents and carers on how to enjoy a safe digital summer.

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