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Author: Ben Brown

Falcons class made our own erupting volcanoes in science yesterday, by mixing an acid and an alkaline to create a chemical reaction! This really brought our volcanoes topic to life!
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Today Falcons class went into Bristol city centre for the afternoon. We were taken on a guided tour by Pirate Pete. He told us all about the history of Bristol’s pirates. What a fascinating way to end our topic on Beautiful Bristol! Our text topic for the final term is all about volcanoes.
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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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Falcons class went to Chipping Sodbury Baptist Church yesterday morning to sing some Christmas carols at the memory cafe. We also brought in our favourite toys to share with them. It was so lovely to see the children interact with everyone.
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Iron Acton played the first tag rugby match of the season against our partnership school, and arch rivals, Hawkesbury Upton. The children worked incredibly hard on a dark, cold December afternoon and came away with their heads held high, losing by just a few tries. The try of the match came from Theo, as he finished off a fine Iron Acton spell of possession at the start of the second half. Well done to all the children involved and thank you to the parents who came along to show your support. We look forward to more sports events after the Christmas break.
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Falcons class rocked our socks off this afternoon by performing to the whole school and parents. Since September, the children have been learning to play different notes and chords which they have used to play and sing a variety of songs on the ukulele. Some children even performed on the double bass. Songs included hits by Status Quo, The Jackson 5 and even Spongebob Squarepants! Thank you to Mr Davis for coming in to teach the children, and thank you to all the parents who came to watch.
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Falcons class put on a fantastic performance of their Ghanaian street dance called Pacha. It is a traditional African dance, often performed by children, that the class have been working on for the past eight weeks. It was lovely to see the children confidently performing with huge smiles on their faces. Thank you to all the children and parents that came to watch.
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Children from years 3 and 4 went to Rock UK in South Wales yesterday to try out their brand new facilities. The children tried their hand at rock climbing and archery. Here are some of the best photos from a very exciting day!      
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Outdoor learning day was a huge success for Falcons class. For English, we read ‘Leaf Man’ and then had a go at making our own leaf animals. For maths, we used sticks and leaves as tens and ones to help us calculate addition and subtraction. Then in the afternoon we had PE, in which we are learning how to play cricket. We finished with geography, by devising a map of our school grounds.
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We have made excellent progress in our ukulele sessions with Mr Davies. Some children have even had a go at playing a double bass!
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