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Year 2 had a fantastic Great Fire of London day led by Annie from @getoutmorecic. We learnt all about life in 1666 and made our own Tudor houses. In the afternoon, we recreated the fire! 🔥🔥 #greatfireoflondon #ks1history #primaryhistory https://t.co/v5EFzuHIcD
4:50pm 03.12.2020


This video looks at how our academies use the mission-mapping framework to craft culture. We take the elements of the mission map and make it all our choice because a maximally effective culture is the origin of, and amplifier for, all else. #DixonsOpenSource @researchED1 https://t.co/jBqTnhHalI
8:21am 24.11.2020


#Lockdown2 meant Year 1 couldn’t go on their Victorian Schoolroom experience. Fortunately they have fantastic teachers who can also act the part of a stern Victorian school mistress! #roleplay #costumes https://t.co/MEzGHfbGP8
10:42pm 23.11.2020


Year 2 students showing #autonomy and creativity today as part of their art unit focussing on the work of Antony Gormley. https://t.co/SzlzyhZhYP
10:35pm 23.11.2020

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