Theydon Bois Primary School

Orchard Drive, Epping, Essex, CM16 7DH

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Year 6 Leavers Assembly

Enterprise Project - Inspirational Speakers

 

Davenant Science Day

6th June 2017

Science Forensic Day at Davenant Foundation Foundation School

The children had a fantastic day investigating a crime scene.

They observed a reconstructed crime scene and used their scientific skills to find out who had committed the crime. They worked really well together as a team and used all their knowledge to debate who they thought was guilty of the crime.

A clear, colourless liquid was found which they discovered was sodium hydroxide by using universal indicator and finding the pH of the liquid.

The microscopes were really exciting to use as they could see the insects really clearly. They used a key to identify bloodworms and brine shrimps.

The best part was using the bunson burners to find out what the white powder was that had been found at the crime scene. They were really sensible and controlled the flame on the bunson burner as well as testing different solutions. They discovered that the powder found was sodium chloride better known as table salt.

A footprint was also found at the scene. They compared the newtons of the different suspects with the footprint pressure to discover who had done it!

 

Ella wrote – I believe that Jim Rhundal committed the crime because the colourless liquid was sodium hydroxide which is found in the manufacture of toothpaste and soap. He had worked in the toothpaste factory with the victim and now works on the soap factory. Jim had bought fish and chips an hour before the crime and salt was found at the scene. His newton was the closest to the footprint found at the scene and he wears a hat which an eyewitness remembered seeing.

 

Copped Hall Art Day

The year 3/4s visit to the local churches

 

Mrs Lewis's Leaving Songs


Reception


Year 1/2


Year 3/4


Year 5/6

Key Stage 2 Decorated Easter Eggs

 

Reception and Key Stage 1 Easter Bonnet Parade

 

Year 3/4 Production The Stone, Iron and Bronze Ages

Art Displays around the school

 

Science Fair 2017

 

School Disco

 

Mile a Morning on World Book Day

 

World Book Day Assembly

Also see more pictures on each class page.

 

Our lovely Christmas tree, kindly donated by Mediterranean Plants and decorated by the children

 

Village Christmas Card Competition

 

Key stage 1 active mark award

 

Thanks to Thomas, Richard and Danny for enabling us to have a defibrillator in school.

 

Decorate the Jar winners, well done Jasmine, Caitlin, Isabella, Florence and Katie

 

Christmas Hoops 

 

Children in Need colouring competition  winner

 

Our wreaths made for the Remembrance Assembly, to honour all those who have died in the wars around the world.

 

Guy Assembly 2016

Science Day at Davenant Foundation School.

Katy, Arthur and Jonny had a fantastic day at Davenant using their scientific knowledge to ‘solve the crime’. Mrs Stockill very kindly ran our groups day and made sure we were safe using equipment unfamiliar to us. Jonny would like us to have bunson burners in school so he can undertake more experiments! The microscopes allowed us to look at bloodworms and daphnia in detail and decide if that information was relevant or not. Kate was fantastic using the different chemicals and checked her answers against a PH scale. Arthur had super ideas throughout and said ‘this is awesome’. I have to agree, well done to our three CSI’s you solved the crime.

 

Following Miss Rogers and Miss Barwell's assembly, we found books by the Author Jeanne Willis.

Mad Hatter's Tea Party

The winners of the book week reading competition enjoying their tea party.

Great Ormond Street Hospital Fund raising day

Great fun has been had today raising money for GOSH, the children have taken part in a fun run, made and bought cakes, and worn none uniform. Parents have helped make cakes and enjoyed afternoon tea.

Thank you all for helping to raise such a large amount of money for Great Ormond Street Hospital.

 

As a school we took part in 'Fly a Flag for the Commonwealth’ on Monday 14th March and raised our Commonwealth flag.

Each class enjoyed researching a Commonwealth country and shared their information during our whole school assembly.

 

Year 3/4 The Museum of Victorian Childhood Production 

 

World Book Day Assembly

World Book Day Winners

YR           Little Miss Helpful            Mr Men                               Betty

Y1           Saucepan Man                The Faraway Tree            Thomas

Y2           Mad Hatter                       Alice in Wonderland       Patrick

Y3           Tin Man                            Wizard of Oz                      Nathan

                Burglar Bill                        Burglar Bill                           Frankie

Y4           Black Beauty                     Black Beauty                      Olivia

Y5           Cat in the Hat                   Cat in the Hat                     Alice P

Y6           Jeremy Fisher                   Jeremy Fisher                    George

                Mary Poppins                    Mary Poppins                    Lana

 

Bananagrams Final

 

Bananagrams Semi final