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With the children today, Mrs Gray demonstrated an art project based on 'The Bigger Picture' - children chose an image and extended it by painting around the outside with some great results. #gopurbrook ... See MoreSee Less

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Today the children in school did a science based topic for National Paper Aeroplane day. We posed the question, how can we prove air is real? After a few noisy and funny balloon demonstrations we learnt about air resistance and Aristotle's theory of gravity. We watched Felix Baumgartner jump to Earth and spoke about the use of a parachute. The children used various materials to build a parachute for their own paper clip human which we tested after lunch. #gopurbrook ... See MoreSee Less

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Elsie got a reply to her entry for the Portsmouth colouring book - well done Elsie. #gopurbrook ... See MoreSee Less

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The children in school today created art using natural materials found around the school playground. #gopurbrook ... See MoreSee Less

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Keeping active at home - Joe has a novel way of practising high jump, George is honing is DIY skills and Jessica has built a big hotel. #gopurbrook ... See MoreSee Less

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Matilda and Ewan would like to say thank you to all the teacher. #gopurbrook ... See MoreSee Less

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The children and teachers of Purbrook Junior School sing Three Little Birds and say Thank You to all the heroes working in the NHS. #gopurbrook #nhs ... See MoreSee Less

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Will has written his letter - ‘My Dear New Friend’ - and is sending it to the residents of Oakland’s Care Home. He’s hoping he will get a reply soon 🤞. #gopurbrook ... See MoreSee Less

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Jess is looking ahead to starting secondary school! Her new uniform looks so smart. It’s hard to believe that it is nearly time for Yr 6 to move on! #gopurbrook ... See MoreSee Less

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Children completing the running and throwing challenge today. #gopurbrook ... See MoreSee Less

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Dylan and Frank doing yesterday’s challenge. #gopurbrook ... See MoreSee Less

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Just in case you were struggling to see the image of Batman, look now and compare - you can actual make it out in the colours! #gopurbrook ... See MoreSee Less

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Messages from the children at school today to their teachers. #gopurbrook ... See MoreSee Less

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We worked on colour mixing at school today and shades and tints. The children had their own tile and used these to create one big picture. It is Batman if you look carefully!! They then wrote messages to their teachers. #gopurbrook ... See MoreSee Less

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‘Train it Thursday’ challenge - this challenge involves coordination and accuracy. Good luck! #gopurbrook ... See MoreSee Less

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Moneysense Workshop

At the end of November, Year 6 took part in a MoneySense workshop from Natwest. The workshop helped children understand what fraud and identity theft are and the ways in which they can keep themselves financially safe online. MoneySense has a great website full of information for parents and carers:  https://www.mymoneysense.com/home/
Year 6 designed information posters to help explain the dangers of online fraud and ways in which everyone can keep themselves financially safe on line. Natwest will judge the posters in January and select a winner!