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Monthly Archives: March 2019

As part of our learning and exploration about languages, Eagles Class will be conducting a survey about the languages spoken in the local area. The survey will be live from the 25th March until the 23rd April 2019. Fill it out below, orpick up a copy from the school office. If completing a paper copy of the survey, please return to the school office. Any information you can share with us would be extremely useful! Create your own user feedback survey
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Falcons class went to visit the Roman Fortress and Baths at Caerleon this week to enrich our learning on our current topic. We visited the baths and discovered how the Romans used them for hygiene, exercise and relaxation. They even had under-floor heating! We then experienced a day in the life of a Roman child, including the learning of Roman numerals and some Latin words. Finally we visited the amphitheatre and barrack remains. We even saw the remains of a communal toilet!
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Well done to our amazing Year 4 and 5 children and their teachers and teaching assistants. They have made phenomenal progress in writing and have earned themselves a Headteacher’s award. Thank you to Miss Abley for making such a positive impact at Iron Acton Primary School!
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Year 5 and 6 had a very successful bag pack at Tesco last Friday, raising £285 towards the cost of their residential trip to Morfa Bay. Well done!
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As part of our topic about the Ancient Egyptians, Eagles class went to Bristol Museum to explore their exhibition and do a workshop with the staff there. We learnt more about the life and afterlife of Egyptians, and got to see real life artefacts from the time period. During our workshop we learnt about a lady called Amelia Edwards, an Egyptologist from Bristol. We got to handle real life artefacts alongside replicas and had to work out which region of Egypt they belonged to. We all had a fantastic day and are looking forward to learning some more about the Ancient Egyptians over the rest of the term!
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