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Puzzling Dinosaurs

Year 3 enjoyed putting their puzzle skills to the test when they were given wooden pieces to assemble for making dinosaurs. This was a fun challenge to conclude their unit on Fossils in Science class.

Posted in Year 3

Excellent Explorers

Excellent Explorers The children in Year 2 have been finding out about significant people and famous explorers, past and present, from around the world. They created some mini books in the shape of one of Columbus’ ships to tell the

Posted in Year 2

Hamster Visit

In preparation for their Summer Term topic about different animals around the world, Year 2 had a very special visitor – Olly’s pet Russian Dwarf Hamster!  He told the children how to look after a hamster and how to keep

Posted in Year 2

Magic Beanstalk Beans

Miss Michelle needed help from Reception class. She found a huge sack outside and did not know who it belonged to. The class looked inside………there was an enormous pencil, a giant spoon, a massive mug, a big toy dog, a

Posted in Reception


Calpe School children are winners!  The pupils from Years 1-5 recently entered a competition which was run by NABSS (National Assosciation of Schools in Spain). The task was to create a storyboard (KS1) or write an essay (KS2) which projected

Posted in Calpe School Events, Year 1, Year 2, Year 3, Year 4 & 5

Brilliant Banjos

In Music lessons, Years 4 and 5 learnt how a stringed instrument works. They enjoyed creating their own banjos and, by the end of the lesson, they had improved their musical knowledge and had a lot of fun too!

Posted in Year 4 & 5

Soil Permeability

In Science class, Year 3 tested Soil Permeability. They collected 5 different types of soil from the local area for their experiment. They used careful observation skills to see how quickly water would go through each type of soil. They

Posted in Year 3

Fabulous Fruit and Vegetables

As part of the Growth and Green Fingers topic, Year 1 predicted what the inside of various fruits and vegetables looked like. Some were easier than others but the children learnt the main classification of fruits and vegetables. The class

Posted in Year 1

The Museum of Fun!

Year 4&5 combined Literacy and I.T skills as part of their project ‘The Museum of Fun!’  Throughout the project, the children learned some persuasive language techniques and the use of imperative verbs in advertising.  They also focused on presentation skills

Posted in Year 4 & 5

Fantastic Phone Cases

In their Design and Technology lessons, Year 3 children have learned 4 different kinds of stitches: running stitch, back stitch, whip stitch and blanket stitch. The children each designed a phone case for a specific market and used felt, thread

Posted in Year 3