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Welcome to Beagle Class

Read more about how we became Beagle class

On 27th December 1831 the HMS Beagle set off on its second voyage with Charles Darwin on board. The Beagle was a survey ship and its mission was to chart the coastline of the countries and islands in the southern hemisphere. Its Captain Fitzroy also realised such a journey would be an ideal opportunity to collect specimens for natural history and so Charles Darwin was invited to join the expedition.

When Mrs Greer asked us to investigate a ship that we would like to be named after we discussed at length different ships we knew about and researched others. As a class we agreed we liked the style of the Black Pearl in the Pirates of the Caribbean films and so we researched ships that were of a similar age and style. The Beagle was one such ship.

As part of our class work we were also considering the answers to some big questions we had posed such as:

Why are we here? How were we made? How was the Earth created?

As part of our research into these questions we looked at myths, creation stories and scientific theories. The discoveries Charles Darwin made on the Beagle expedition provide some answers to the questions we had posed and so we felt the Beagle could be the ideal name for us.

Alongside this we were also finding out about the world map, the countries of the world and their many different geographical features. As the Beagle was a survey ship it was in fact gathering data to create some of the early maps of the coastlines of many countries we would be looking at. Again it seemed to be the ship for us.

The Beagle was also famous for carrying many of the new technologies of that period to help with the survey. We pride ourselves in using new technologies at school to help us in our learning and broaden our understanding of the world in which we live.

Luckily Mrs Greer agreed with us and so welcome to Beagle class!

News


News for school year 2017-18


Newsletter 11 – 2017/18 – 20th March 2018
Year 6 Crestwood School are holding a coffee morning for all parents of our Year 6 children who are going…

The Friends of Cherbourg Primary School Newsletter – March 2018
Friends of Cherbourg would like to let you know that they will be hosting the following events this term....

Snow? What Snow? – World Book Day at Cherbourg
Our pupils didn't let a little bit of snow put them off dressing up as their favourite book character.

Friday 2nd March – Severe Weather Situation – School is Closed!
The school is open today but please ensure that your child is dressed for very cold, windy and snowy weather.

Newsletter 10 – 2017/18 – 23rd February 2018
World Book Day To mark World Book Day and 100 years since women were given the vote as a result of…

February 2018 – Issue of the Month – Play and Playfulness
Play and playfulness are great ways to learn new things and to practice things we have already learnt. That is…

Child First Partnership Event at Wildern School
We will be hosting a ‘Hampshire Initial Teacher Training Recruitment Event’ event at Wildern School on 27th February 2018. If…

Newsletter 9 – 2017/18 – 2nd February 2018
Firstly a great big thank you to all the grandparents who came in a couple of weeks ago for the Grandparents’…

Newsletter 8 – 2017/18 – 12th December 2017
Happy New Year! Bonne Année! Welcome back after the Christmas holidays. We hope you all had a restful break. The…

A new Video From Cherbourg’s Team Safety
We've put together a short video containing tips on how to stay safe when online.


Homework



The Cherbourg Primary Number Fact Challenge!
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Helping Your Child to Learn Maths at Home
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Year 6 Homework 18318
Hello Year 6s, Please find your homework for this week below. If you have any problems, please do come and…


Kid's Space



A new Video From Cherbourg’s Team Safety
We've put together a short video containing tips on how to stay safe when online.

Don’t Forget to Check for Homework and Spellings!!!
Now the new term has started, it's important to get back into our homework routines.

Information regarding internet safety
At Cherbourg Primary School we are committed to helping children stay safe online. Internet safety is promoted through a variety…


Curriculum



Year 6 Curriculum Overview 2017 – 2018
What does your child learn at school? Find information about our broad, balanced and exciting curriculum here...   If you…


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