Year 2 had a treat this afternoon looking at an owl pellet. They dissected it and discovered a lot of fur and bones! They were fascinated to see the tiny complete rodent skulls and bones inside. (four in total)
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Year One zoomed off into Space today! They trained as astronauts, learnt about how different sized moon craters are made, launched an incredible rocket 30 metres high and had a delicious Space lunch! At the end they...
The U9 girls took part in a Netball Festival at St Neot's last week. It was an exciting afternoon and provided an opportunity for all teams to improve their skills and play in different positions. Thorngrove did really...
Year 1 had lots of fun making, tossing and eating pancakes on Shrove Tuesday. They only dropped a couple! The children chose a topping and evaluated it, deciding what they liked best and what they might change next time...
Nick Graham has been appointed as Deputy Head (Pastoral) at Thorngrove School from September 2017. Nick is currently Head of Year at The Dragon School, Oxford; the largest boarding preparatory school in the UK. Prior...
Year 2 re-enacted the Great Fire of London in Forest School yesterday. They used carefully constructed model Tudor Houses to show how the fire spread quickly between them. The houses were reduced to ash in minutes. A...
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