Being Detectives and Working Together

In Science this week the children became detectives and had to use their observational skills to figure out which type of animal we are going to be learning about over the coming weeks. There were lots of clues to investigate – I wonder if any of the children can tell their grown ups which animal […]

Y2 – English – GFoL Immersion

Today, the children used their model buildings to renact the Great Fire of London! They thought about how people at the time would have felt and used resources from around the classroom to add to their settings

Aztec Myth Writing – Drama Immersion

As part of our Teaching Sequence for Writing, children take part in Immersion activities at the beginning of a unit of work to front-load their knowledge of context and text type. Year 6 have been acting out short pieces of drama where an Aztec is beseeching one of their gods for assistance. We focussed on […]

World Book Day 2022

We have had a fabulous day celebrating World Book Day, escpecially how books can reflect our own lives but also show us exciting different cultures. Many of the wonderful new books recently delivered to classrooms, The Book Jungle in Infants and The Magical World of Books in KS2 celebrate the diversity of the world. We […]

The Book Jungle and The Magical World of Books are OPEN!

Dore Primary has always had a passion for reading for pleasure; our children enjoy books at school and at home, many being avid readers from an early age.  The two newly refurbished  rooms are the latest way for children to develop their love of reading and books further. A huge collaborative effort has resulted in […]

Leavers Play 2021: Macbeth

Year 6 excelled in their final task at Dore Primary School: The Leavers Play. This year, we take on Shakespeare’s Macbeth. Our task was made all the more difficult by an impromptu spell of home learning which slashed our rehearsal and filming time. See if you can recognise the famous scenes below. Goodbye Year 6! […]