A quick reminder to say that if you are available to come on our local walk to the St Stephen’s Church (see call parent email) then please let your class teacher know as soon as possible. We need 5 ‘parent/ grandparent/other relative’ volunteers per class to make this trip possible.
Reception have enjoyed getting out large sheets of paper and chunky pens to create their own Gruffalo inspired story maps. It has really enticed the children into mark making by providing HUGE sheets of paper!
This week in our Forest School session we have been searching for sticks in the outdoor area to make our own stick men! We have been inspired by the book Stick Man by Julia Donaldson and have been thinking about the … Continue reading →
Thank you to everyone for attending our first EYFS assembly this morning followed by our story café. It was great to see so many relatives attending today and joining in with the children’s learning. At today’s story café we have … Continue reading →
This afternoon we had a very exciting time doing some forest schooling. In the run up to bonfire night we have been learning about fire safety. There’s no better way to put our learning into practice than to have our … Continue reading →
In reception this week we have been to visit our café. Mrs Walker showed us how to make Pumpkin Soup. The children really loved going to visit the café and they took turns in helping Mrs Walker at different stages … Continue reading →
What at an exciting last day in school for this half term. We have had lots of Diwali activities today. Making diva lamps with salt dough, making firework pictures using cotton buds, making our own Rangoli patterns, learning about Diwali … Continue reading →
We had a very exciting morning today in Reception when the police came to visit. Reception got to look around a police van and even got to sit inside it. The children asked the police lots of questions which they … Continue reading →
Here’s some photos that capture what our reception children get up to during the day during their provision time. I’m sure you will agree that there are lots of exciting things in our classroom including ‘gelli-baff’ in our water area, … Continue reading →