We we had a very exciting afternoon with some special visitors to Reception and Year 1. The RNLI taught us all about what they do and how to keep safe near water. Ask your child if they can remember what … Continue reading →
A big thank you to one of our Governors called John who came to our Christingle at the end of last term to take some lovely photos of the children. Here are some of the Reception children enjoying their very … Continue reading →
Our creation station has been enhanced this week by adding lots of new resources for the children to make a variety of marks with in order to create different patterns with the paints. Children have been exploring using scrubbing brushes, … Continue reading →
This morning we were very lucky to have a dance class with Charlotte. She taught us the dance in stages and we danced to the music from ‘The Snowman’ the children loved it and were so enthusiastic that I had to record the final dance to share with you. What a magical performance! Miss Mason
What a christmassy day we have had today. The morning started with making our Christmas cards to send home at the end of the week. There were different stages to making our Christmas cards and I’m sure they’ll be able … Continue reading →
What a magical Christmas nativity we had last week. The children excelled and were so brave in front of such a big audience. There were so many lovely moments and the children all sung their hearts out with lots of … Continue reading →
On a morning when the children come in there is an early bird activity waiting for them. Today we have focused on writing numbers. The children have gone home today with some numbers to practice recognizing and writing. Keep working … Continue reading →
The children wer very excited for their first school trip just a short walk from our school. They went to visit St Stephen’s church where Reverend Jude met them to talk to about her church. The children listened to Rev … Continue reading →
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!