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The Claypole Church of England Primary School

Strive for Excellence, Promote Harmony and Value Achievement

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The Claypole Church of England Primary School

Strive for Excellence, Promote Harmony and Value Achievement

Sparrows

Welcome to Sparrows

Happy 2018!

We have lots of surprises planned including playing

'I'm an egyptologist: get me out of here!' when the puzzle tomb visits school.

We will travel back in time 5000 years to the dusty realms of ancient Egypt.

Cruise along the Nile, entering a world of mysteries and curses, mummies and kings.

Make sure you are wearing your gold amulet and steer clear of the crocodiles - you have been warned!

 

Apprentice Embalmer : take one dead pharaoh

Apprentice Embalmer : take one dead pharaoh 1 First wear the correct protective outfit.
Apprentice Embalmer : take one dead pharaoh 2 Find the body and wash it carefully.
Apprentice Embalmer : take one dead pharaoh 3 Use a hook to pull the brains out through the nose
Apprentice Embalmer : take one dead pharaoh 4 Cut open the body to remove the organs.
Apprentice Embalmer : take one dead pharaoh 5 There must be a liver in here somewhere.
Apprentice Embalmer : take one dead pharaoh 6 Not the heart - put that back!
Apprentice Embalmer : take one dead pharaoh 7 Ah - the intestines.
Apprentice Embalmer : take one dead pharaoh 8 Place magic amulets in the bandages.

Mummify an orange or apple.

Mummify an orange or apple. 1 Scooping the insides from the orange.
Mummify an orange or apple. 2
Mummify an orange or apple. 3 Weighing the apple.
Mummify an orange or apple. 4 Adding the natron - dehydrating salt.
Mummify an orange or apple. 5 Apple safely covered in 'natron'.
Mummify an orange or apple. 6

The Puzzle Tomb: easy to enter - difficult to leave!

The Puzzle Tomb: easy to enter -  difficult to leave! 1 Follow the clues!
The Puzzle Tomb: easy to enter -  difficult to leave! 2 Is this what's left of Howard Carter?

Victorian (Christmas Jumper) Day

Victorian (Christmas Jumper) Day 1 Smiling
Victorian (Christmas Jumper) Day 2 Serious
Victorian (Christmas Jumper) Day 3
Victorian (Christmas Jumper) Day 4 Reciting 'Daffodils'
Victorian (Christmas Jumper) Day 5 Using a pen and ink
Victorian (Christmas Jumper) Day 6
Victorian (Christmas Jumper) Day 7
Victorian (Christmas Jumper) Day 8

Paupers at Southwell Workhouse

Paupers at Southwell Workhouse 1 Serious - Victorian style
Paupers at Southwell Workhouse 2 Smiling!
Paupers at Southwell Workhouse 3 At school
Paupers at Southwell Workhouse 4 Using the pump
Paupers at Southwell Workhouse 5 Inspection - are those hands sufficiently clean?
Paupers at Southwell Workhouse 6 Showing respect to our betters
Paupers at Southwell Workhouse 7 Meeting the Master of the workhouse
Paupers at Southwell Workhouse 8

Diva lamps made at Divali

Diva lamps made at Divali 1

Victorians Overview

Young People's Book Prize Judging : The Royal Society has sent us the short-listed books to judge.

Young People's Book Prize Judging : The Royal Society has sent us the short-listed books to judge. 1
Young People's Book Prize Judging : The Royal Society has sent us the short-listed books to judge. 2
Young People's Book Prize Judging : The Royal Society has sent us the short-listed books to judge. 3
Young People's Book Prize Judging : The Royal Society has sent us the short-listed books to judge. 4

Sophie Allen, Olympic swimmer, gave us a workshop on well-being. We learned techniques to help build resilience.

Sophie Allen, Olympic swimmer, gave us a workshop on well-being. We learned techniques to help build resilience. 1
Sophie Allen, Olympic swimmer, gave us a workshop on well-being. We learned techniques to help build resilience. 2

Resilience Suggestions from Sophie Allen

  • The Claypole Church of England Primary School, School
  • Lane, Claypole, Newark, Nottinghamshire, NG23 5BQ
  • Email: enquiries@claypole.lincs.sch.uk
  • Phone: 01636 626268
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