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22/02/18

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Fantastic Home Learning Project: "Science Week", with our 4 y/o daughter https://t.co/QRB6pTOwyT

22/02/18

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I think we're in for an exciting day for our training today I wonder what part these 🐌s will play... https://t.co/ObOMIWGqfS

22/02/18

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And the intervention is in action! Such a great opportunity to explore the teaching of further under the guidance of the team https://t.co/l7snb3amsn

22/02/18

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Primary Trainees teaching phonics to the Reception superstars from ! https://t.co/T9X3eqWxUa

22/02/18

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After observing in reception our are planning their own phonics intervention. We can't wait to see how much progress the children make after break! https://t.co/4wKaYEtHFZ

21/02/18

Science Week continues . We are looking forward to seeing all our families at our Family Science Fair on Friday! https://t.co/ex4cSKl6fH

21/02/18

Another amazing day as our pupils continue to explore during Science Week https://t.co/hRsC2DbgRb

20/02/18

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Year 2 arrived this morning to see a crime scene outside their classroom. Who could it be? https://t.co/LgzjGsAVxw

20/02/18

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Well done Mrs Green from all your friends

19/02/18

5...4...3...2...1...Blast Off! Our Reception pupils loved their new spaceship role play areas today https://t.co/taGxy3WK1n

19/02/18

Our Mayflower scientists had an amazing first day back today! https://t.co/ndsru31i3X

19/02/18

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Miley was super excited to show me her message from her principle for her outstanding homework. I think Mummy should get one too 😉 https://t.co/zfFoiocQNK

19/02/18

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Don't you just love the power of ? Posted a video of this cuttie reading in the and he got a well done Message from his Principle. https://t.co/Wuh8ry7qd1

19/02/18

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Well done to Mrs green well deserved!!

19/02/18

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Well done Mrs Green 👏💙

19/02/18

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3 very excited children who haven't stoped talking about the scientist that came to school today:)

19/02/18

Delighted to hear that Mrs Green has become a KS1 moderator for Thurrock and will supporting other schools with teacher assessment. https://t.co/mhQIzF2Gxt

19/02/18

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Little scientist looking forward to a fun day at school https://t.co/kBbLkWsitM

19/02/18

Retweetd From Tracy M.R Boyd

my Lil scientist all ready for a fun week of learning and making new discoveries. Looking forward to hearing what he's learnt and coming to the science fair on Friday xxx https://t.co/y9Rlic7NQU

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Harris Primary Academy Mayflower rated by Ofsted as 'Outstanding' across all areas

Posted on October 29th 2017

Amazing curriculum 'hook' days

Our Mayflower pupils had a wonderful time on Monday taking part in the curriculum 'hook' days across the academy.

Reception pupils explored their 'Once upon a time' theme, all coming dressed as a character from The Gingerbread Man. Over the holiday, the children made a character puppet which the teachers have displayed in the classrooms. The children then baked gingerbread men and pretended to be the fox and gobbled the gingerbread man up!

In Year 1 pupils had a wonderful day as part of their Kings and Queens day. All the children came dressed up and across the day took part in a range of activities culminating in a ball that was held in the afternoon.

In Year 2 pupils explored their current Great Fire of London topic by experiencing a day as they would in 1666. The children washed clothes, practised sewing, chopped vegetables for soup and baked bread and wrote in ink pens. 

In Year 3 pupils experienced life as a Victorian school child and our teachers acted in role being teachers in the Victorian times. The pupils wrote on slateboards and practised handwriting amongst many other activities. As in the Victorian times they were expected to work in silence. The adults and children were certainly pleased to return to the present day on Tuesday!  

 

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