Welcome to the Owls 

Miss Marshall - Class teacher

Mrs Fearn - HLTA (Higher Level Teaching Assistant)   

Mrs Smedley - HLTA      

Mrs Robinson - SENTA

We are here to support you and your child on their special journey to achieve their very best.

On our page you will find information about what we have been learning and should you need to carry out any learning from home, this is where you will find further information.

Please send an email or contact the school office to leave a message if you need to talk to us for any reason.

Kind Regards,

Miss Marshall

Key Information


PE with Tom Flowers Cricket Coaches




The Arc Leisure Centre - Matlock


Forest Schools – bring suitable all weather clothes and footwear.


Homework/Reading Books and bring a snack for breaktime.

Spring Term 4

This term we will continue learning about volcanoes, earthquakes and tsunamis moving onto the water cycle. We have carried out experiments with mentos mints/coke and baking power/vinegar creating our own volcanoes! For Design Technology we are in the process of making our own working volcanoes to use.

We will be continuing to learn about the digestive system and the purpose of types of human teeth and their functions.  
We designed and made our own working volcanoes. We experimented with mentos mints/coke/baking powder and vinegar to discover which combination created the best eruption! 

Our Main Topic Questions 2021-22





half term

How far can you throw your shadow? Moon cycles.

Why is the sound made by the piano enjoyed by so many?

What happens to the food we eat?

Digestive System and Teeth.

Which wild animals and plants thrive in our local environment?

2nd half term

How can we recreate the wonder of Ancient Egypt?

Literacy Texts: The Egyptian Cinderella by Shirley Climo

Orion and the Dark by Emma Yarlett

Why the Whales Came by  Michael Morpurgo

What makes the Earth angry?

Earthquakes, Volcanoes and Tsunamis.

The Water Cycle.

Literacy Texts: Escape from Pompeii by Christina Balit

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by C. S. Lewis

Why would you choose to live in London?

Literacy Texts to follow…