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  • Chirpy visitors

    Published 25/05/24

    Some members of our Reception Robins brought in some chirpy visitors this week. πŸ₯š 🐣 πŸ₯ Robins loved learning about them and getting the chance to hold them. Year 1 Nightingales also came to see them applying their animals' learning, thinking about which animal classification group they belong to and how they might know. πŸ₯ πŸ¦ŽπŸΈπŸ•πŸ 

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  • Year 6 shine as the best that they can be!

    Published 16/05/24

    An enormous Well Done to our Year 6 children who worked with enormous resilience over the last four days and were so calm and focussed throughout.  You really were the best that you could be!  

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  • London Taxi comes to St Aldhelm's playground

    Published 15/05/24

    We hosted the amazing Pirates of the Carabina today for a superb Pirate Taxi show full of wow moments. 

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  • New Mental Health Support Team Page

    Published 13/05/24

    As a Somerset Mental Health Support Team school, we are delighted to share new social media pages.  

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  • Creative ways to reflect and pray

    Published 11/05/24

    This afternoon for our daily prayer, Year 5 and 6 selected from a range of suggestions. These were praying whilst: making a daisy chain (a daisy for each thought), sitting peacefully somewhere, lying down, being together and being alone. The children have found great benefit starting the afternoon in this calm and reflective way πŸ™

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  • Somerset Cricket Sessions for all

    Published 11/05/24

    We welcomed Sean from Somerset Cricket Club who led fantastic cricket sessions with all children across the school from Reception up to Year 6.  Great cricket skills were shown and lots of collaboration too!  Cricket sessions will be running on Friday evenings at Cranmore Cricket Club if children would like to take part.  

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  • Magnificant Maya Maps

    Published 11/05/24

    Falcons created their scaled maps of the Maya civilisation to understand why there were particular regions, the importance of trade and why some factions of the Maya were so different.  

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  • Violin inspiration

    Published 11/05/24

    We have three superb peripatetic music teachers who offer weekly lessons at St Aldhelm's.  This week, Mrs Brock joined us to entertain us with some amazing violin playing including pieces from Taylor Swift, Pirates of the Caribbean, James Bond and Harry Potter.  We even had a spontaneous sing along to ABBA!  Mrs Brock praised the children, firstly on their amazing worship singing but also their energy and fun.  A joyous end to Friday worship.  

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  • Recycled art on public display

    Published 11/05/24

    Kingfishers some amazing recycled art to raise awareness of Plastic Pollution and these have been proudly displayed by the Art Bank in Shepton Mallet.  

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  • Wow Science!

    Published 11/05/24

    Some wow Science today 🀩

    The children loved investigating the impact of increasing the number of bulbs in a circuit. There were great predictions made that could then be explored through practical experiments. The children used a light measuring app to gather reliable data.  They tested their circuits multiple times and found the mean average. I was impressed with their conclusions and explanations for any anomalies. Amazing work Falcons πŸ’‘ πŸ‘

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  • Owls amazing sewing

    Published 11/05/24

    Owls will create an Egyptian Headdress but first they need to learn and experiment with some stitches they will need to use.  It was cross stitch and blanket stitch this week!  There was so much resilience shown and they really supported each other.  

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  • Prayer Challenge

    Published 11/05/24

    We are excited to take part in Thy Kingdom Come, a global wave of prayer that is happening between Ascension and Pentecost.  Our challenge is to find different, creative ways to pray, remembering that there is no right or wrong way.  So far,  we have group gratitude prayers, prayer chains, and individually putting our hands together to say thank you for our food.  We are excited to try new ways over the next 11 days!

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