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Big Bang Fair

Yesterday, Year 4 had the fantastic opportunity of going to the Big Bang Fair at Birmingham's NEC. Moving through the halls, they experienced a variety of hands on activities based upon Science, Technology,
Debugging with Beebots

4E used the Beebots to discover the bugs in the algorithms. They programmed the Beebots, using the given instructions. When errors occurred, they fixed them. A great job done!
New Walk Museum

4E had an exciting visit to the New Walk Museum on Thursday 28th February. Exploring the museum in the morning, we saw dinosaur exhibits and art work. After lunch, Andy, our guide, took us back in
The River Nile

4E began their research on the River Nile. We used Isabella Wallace's differentiator and the IPads to answer the questions and find the facts.
Splendid Switches

4E used their work from last week to rebuild a simple circuit. After that, we learnt about switches and how they break the circuit to stop lights being on all the time and the doorbell from constantly
Le cafe en Francais

In French, on Tuesday, 4E practised their vocabulary of food and drinks by having their very own French cafe. They ordered what they wanted, paid their bill and remembered the tip!

4E used the cuisennaire rods to support work on fractions. We secured our understanding that fractions must have equal parts and found a wide range of equivalence.
Will it work?
4E had a great afternoon investigating a range of circuits. During our electricity topic, we have learnt about how the mains work with Mr Bartle, identified a range of household items that use electricity,


Harvest Mass
Harvest Mass 2018. Thank you for the harvest donations which were sent to The Friary and Emmanuel House.
Year 6 Liturgies
Year 6 preparing for their class liturgies


Robin Hood Mini Marathon Schools Challenge
Over 60 SEC children and parents took part in the Robin Hood Mini Marathon Schools’ Challenge. A fantastic event at the Victoria Embankment saw our very youngest (aged 4) to
Crossdale Fun Run
As always, the SEC community gathered for the Crossdale Drive 11k and Fun Run. It was to be another tightly contested result in the Primary Team Challenge. The places of the first 4 runners combined
Rushcliffe 6 a Side
The SEC boys footballers have enjoyed a busy and successful start to the term with victory in the prestigious Rushcliffe Autumn 6 aside – a feat last achieved back in 2009. Having beaten Heymann 1-0
Rushcliffe 7 A Side
An equally impressive start to the term for the SEC girls’ footballers, with many having never played before. We showed our strength in depth at the Rushcliffe 7 aside entering not just one team, but