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  • Hilltop 2016 Day One

    Wow! What a great start to our Hilltop adventure. We arrived at Hilltop in record time this morning and had already toured the site, unpacked and made our beds before our first activities. The weather has been fantastic and the Hilltop staff very welcoming and supportive. Here are some of our highlights: Read more...
  • Christmas Lunch 2016

    Wednesday 14th December. We would love every pupil to join us for this special occasion. Please return you reply slips by / on Monday 12th December Read more...
  • Year 5 - World War II Day

    Let us step back in time with our Year 5s to the 1940s… Britain and the Commonwealth are at war. Our Year 5 evacuee children from London have found their teachers very strict during their Arithmetic, Elocution, Latin and Geography lessons. They have also been taught how to prepare for an air raid, spot RAF and Luftwaffe planes and practise first aid on their classmates. Amethyst and Tanzanite classes have described their school day at The Vine School in their own words. Here are a few of their comments: Read more...
  • Year 6 English Challenge

    By Aarushi, Connor, Matty and Mofe Semi-Finals At 4 o’ clock we all arrived at our school for the English challenge competition and we all got seated in groups of different schools such as Meridian, Jeavons Wood and Monkfield Park. Fifteen minutes later we began the heat. The first round was a book round where we were tested on our book knowledge. This round included questions on authors, the variety of books and quotes within the stories. Read more...
  • The Highway Man

    The wind was a torrent of darkness … The moon was a ghostly galleon … The highway man came riding, riding, riding … If you ask any Year 6 pupil to tell you about Alfred Noyes’ poem, The Highway Man, you’ll hear these lines, learn about King George’s Men, Tim the Ostler and be impressed with the courage of Bess, the landlord’s black-eyed daughter who was in love with the highway man. Read more...
  • How Has Our Local Environment Changed?

    As part of our Geography learning, year six have explored Cambourne in great detail this term. After looking at Ordnance survey maps and using Google Earth we set off to explore Cambourne and practice our compass skills. Rather than go to familiar places, we headed off towards the nature reserve and explored the areas on the outskirts of the Country Park. Read more...
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