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Mrs Hagues' Class

Welcome to Mrs Hagues' Class

 Mrs Owen-Smith, Mrs Hagues & Mr Moore



Good afternoon everyone, 


I just wanted to let you all know that even though we are on the Easter break we are still thinking of you all.


The weather has been a little strange the past few days and I have even seen some snow!


I hope that you are all having a nice rest and eating lots of yummy Easter eggs.


We are looking forward to the new term and cant wait to share with you the new topic, Its going to be so much fun!


Remember to keep using your Sumdog to keep those points adding up.


See you soon.


Stay safe.



Mrs Hagues, Mrs Robinson and Mrs Owen-Smith

Check out our amazing art.

We have used acrylic paint to add texture to our volcanoes, experimenting with different strokes of the brush to build up the texture. We then used the wax crayons to create the lava effect by melting them with a hair dryer. This was great fun.

Volcano Art

Go-Noodle workout

Still image for this video

Lambing Updates Week 1

We are following the lambing season with weekly videos. Feel free to send in your questions.

Lambing Updates Week 2

Today we answer some questions: How many lambs can a sheep have? How long are they pregnant? What do sheep eat?

Lambing Updates Week 3 EYFS & KS1

This week we see the birth of a lamb. The birth is sensitively cut for younger viewers to simply show lambs immediately after birth.

Lambing Updates Week 4

What do lambs eat? Why do lambs have ear tags? These are some of the questions answered in Week 4's Update. Video has images of newly born lambs

Lambing Updates Week 5 EYFS & KS1

Bonus video: Pip

Just a few short clips of Pip the sheep dog. Lots of you have asked for this!



Spring Term


This term our topic is going to be "Extreme Earth" We will be looking at Earth, earthquakes, volcanoes, Pompeii and extreme weather! We have lots planned and some exciting craft and art activities. We will also be putting on our Science coats and carrying out some science investigations.





In Literacy we will be starting with poetry with a focus on personification to create a poem looking at trees as they move through the seasons. We will then be looking at Pompeii linking into our history and Topic for this term, with this we will be writing newspaper reports amongst other themed activities. Watch out for some evidence of this on this page later in the term.



We will be working on column addition, subtraction, multiplication using the grid method and division beginning to touch on the long division method. We will also be learning to tell the time on both analogue and digital clocks.




Extreme Earth is our topic this term and it is going to be amazing! We have lots of fun and interactive activities planned to engage and inspire the pupils. We will be looking at the Earth and learning facts about the planets, we will be looking at extreme weather, volcanoes, earthquakes and Tsunamis.






Our Immersive area for our Extreme Earth Topic

Chinese New Year

Our amazing poems

Our Anglo-Saxon model houses and our Brooches

Our Immersive area for our Anglo-Saxon Topic

Remembrance day

Fortuna Story Time

A weekly story read by a familiar face:

Useful Websites

Here are some websites that you might want to use at home:

Useful links for you to explore!