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Family Phunky Foods

A series of seasonally appropriate cookery club ideas. At the end of each 6-week course each Phunky cook club member should be able to produce a 3-course meal. Each recipe also encourages discussion on how the main ingredients fit into a healthy balanced diet.

 

Wonderful to see families…

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Year 3 at Forest School

 

We had a great time at Forest School this week. We made stick skeletons, relaxed in hammocks, cooked vegetable soup, learned how to play conkers and even used a bow saw. We had our usual campfire and 'flow' time too. 

 

 

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Year 3 at Forest School

On Tuesday 17th September, Year 3 travelled to Ratlingate again. This was our second visit this year to do Forest School.

It was a lovely sunny day at Ratlingate, which was lovely. Our day was all about berries (and Mr Parker's birthday). We made birthday blackberry pancakes as well as…

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Life as Year 6 at Petteril Bank School 2019/20

In Gymnastics, we are learning balance and stretching skills with Michael. We have to follow teammates and move about in different directions. Next week we are looking forward to getting equipment out.

 

In Year 6, we are the oldest children in the school. We are getting ready for our…

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Year 3 at Forest School

On Wednesday 11th September, Year 3 (Derwent) travelled to Ratlingate Scout camp for a full day of Forest School. Ratlingate is an excellent place to learn all about nature and to play outdoors. The scout camp has got a huge forest, a climbing wall, a playing field, a deep pond and a camp area. It…

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The Little Princess - M&M Production's Play

On the afternoon of Monday 9th of September 2019, M&M Productions came to our school hall at Petteril Bank School and turned it into a theatre! They were performing the classic story of The Little Princess by Frances Hodgson Burnett. 

The story is about a little girl called Sarah. She lived in…

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