North Featherstone Junior And Infant School

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The children had a fantastic day at Shree Lakshami Narayan Hindu Temple in Bradford. It was a beautiful, quiet and peaceful place and they all loved learning more about Hindu Gods, traditions and even weddings! Here are some of the photos from the day.

Happy New Year everyone, we hope you all had a very restful and happy Christmas and New Year. The children have came back to school excited and ready to begin some fantastic new learning this term! As part of our potions topic, before Christmas the children took part in a potion making session in Forest School where they worked in groups, chose different ingredients and chose a spell for their very own potion! There were some amazing, creative ideas from the children. Here are a couple of videos from the day. I hope you enjoy them as much as they did making them!

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This week in Hazel we have been doing some art linked to our topic Flow. We looked at mixing the primary colours to create new ones, and we made our very own colour wheels with water colour paints. We also looked at different shades and tones of colour and how we create them. We used white paint to create lighter tones and mixed more water, and black paint or less water to create darker tones. We loved this lesson and being able to express our creativity in class! 

In Hazel class this week we have been re-capping place value! The children looked at methods for multiplication as well as counting forwards and backwards in tens and hundreds using counters.

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