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We participate in the Easingwold Area cross country event every year. This year four of our children made it through to the next stage in Thirsk. After really trying hard all four runners went to the next stage at Dalby Forest! We are very proud of their achievement!
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We welcomed the RNLI to school at the end of our Spring Term. Two members of the Saltburn crew talked to us about how to stay safe in the water. They explained about their jobs and what they do as lifeguards on the beach.  
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On Thursday 14th March we joined our partner schools with a celebration of Pi! Every class took part in activities to find out more about mathematical Pi. Many of our younger children drew circles and made circular patterns. The older children carried out investigations into Pi and the relationship between the radius and the circumference...
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We love archaeology! Galtres Class have been looking at Roman settlements in our local area. They have researched life during Roman times finding out about their food, lifestyle and beliefs. On a visit to York they were able to practice their archaeological skills at the Dig and enjoyed thinking about how remains can help us...
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The Malton School Science Bus The amazing Malton School science bus came to school and with Mr Romney, the science teacher. He talked to us about biology and we had the chance to look at a sheep’s lung! It was great fun!
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World War 1 and 2 Topic The children in Howard Class have been studying about World War 1 and World War 2. The topic fitted well with the 100 years commemoration of the end of WW1. In class we made Anderson Shelters and have loved reading Goodnight Mister Tom. As part of our work we...
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Congratulations to our girl’s football team. They won the cluster round to go into the area finals at Thirsk. After playing really well they gained the bronze medal.  
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Bulmer Class have been to visit Holgate Windmill in York. The visit linked to their work around the harvest and making bread. All the children had the opportunity to see how the flour is made and once they returned to school they made some bread.
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Marvellous Multi-Sports Our Year 2 children had a great time taking part in lots of different sporting activities. They travelled to Easingwold to compete against other local schools. All the children were successful with one child gaining the best thrower medal and certificate.
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Neville Class Visit Our topic this term is transport. We have been finding out about lots of different types of transport. We have looked at the early trains and talked about cars. We visited the National Railway Museum in York to find out lots of exciting facts about them. We were really lucky because Tim...
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