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Gedney Church End Primary SchoolWelcome to Eagles Class

On this page we will be sharing some of the fantastic things we do in class.

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Chinese New Year 7 February

Johnny was very excited to explain to us what was in his Red envelope to celebrate Chinese New year.

Treasure Hunt 7 February

The children from Eagles and Woodpeckers joined each other and had great fun completing a treasure hunt. This was linked to numbers and co-ordinates but also the topic of Land Ahoy, this activity formed part of social development for the younger children and consolidation of topic knowledge for the older children. We all had great fun including the adults, the children loved receiving their treasure prize…

Eagles 2nd visit from Solo 20 Janaury

This week Eagles class had their 2nd visit from Solo the pony. This term we have learnt the different parts of the hoof and worked on our steering of Solo. We also have a science experiment to carry out, helping us to identify which would be the best bedding for Solo.

KS2 Lego Stem Day 5 December

We had another visit from Lego stem on Thursday to work with our KS2 children. They discussed how to make Lego creations, then all took part in making some great Lego creations. The children really enjoyed seeing what you can make and do with Lego.


Children In Need 15 November

Today the children all made such a great effort and looked brilliant in their yellow and spotty outfits. We have chosen a winner for every class for the most creative costume. So far today we have raised £64.40.

Thank you to all that has taken part and made a donation.

Berry Fields Visit 31 October

Eagles class have been very lucky to have a visit from Solo the pony today. All of the children took it in turn to groom the pony and lead Solo round a course, learning language to help him to stop and go. Using their mathematic skills the children used an old fashioned measuring stick to measure each other in hands to check if they would be a pony or horse. We look forward to our next visit!