Year 4's please do not forget that you need to bring some clothes with you (shorts, t-shirts, leggings) for swimming this week as well as your costume/shorts, which you will wear underneath. This is to enable you to fully participate in the lifesaving activities.
Year 3 children just need their…
The children in Owls class loved having a writing workshop with Dan Worsley this week. He supported the children in highlighting a text to 'magpie' words and phrases that caught their attention and guided them their planning of their own story. The children created some excellent stories with…
The children in Owls thoroughly enjoyed meeting their visitor Dave, who was representing United Utilities. He discussed the water cycle in great detail and how everyone can save water. The children learnt lots of exciting facts and have each made a water saving promise.
We were taught by James in P.E., a local tennis coach. All the children enjoyed the lesson and are looking forward to the next session. We have learned a song about the Great Fire of London and we used instruments to accompany the song. We created 2D houses like those on Pudding Lane in 1666. We…
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Have a lovely weekend
On Monday 19th November from 3.45-4.15, we will be hosting a phonics workshop in Robins class.
This is an opportunity to learn more about the Phonics Screening Test, how we approach it in school and how you can help at home.
We hope to see you there :)
I am a very proud teacher this week!
Herons have been working their socks off! We are loving our new topic "Fire Fire" and have been working extremely hard with multiplication this week.
Well done everyone and enjoy the weekend.
You deserve it.
Today, we have measured out 5 different whales on the KS2 playground using a trundle wheel and some chalk. The chalk actually ran our twice for the largest whale (can you guess which whale this is?). Come and have a look and see if you can name each one.
On Tuesday we were visited by the school nurse. She came to talk to us and show us how to wash our hands properly. Show your family at home how to wash their Patty Palms, Freddie Fingers and Tommy Thumbs.
We have been huffing and puffing, like the big bad wolf, to make some paintings.
The Ducklings have enjoyed acting out the Three Little Pigs story through moving to classical music. Do you like their scary wolves? It was very heavy carrying all those bricks!
Each week, one of our Key Stage Two pupils visits the Ducklings to teach the children sign language. We have been learning two new signs each week, building up a bank of important daily signs. Ask your child to see what they can teach you!