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  • Nursery newsletter 16/09/22

  • Nursery News 10/06/22

    Please find below the latest nursery news and some documents to support name writing at home.

  • Nursery: Each peach pear plum

    This week, we have read the story Each Peach Pear Plum. We learned about the queen and about the platinum jubilee. We enjoyed playing in the castle role play area and creating our own castles. We have also been mixing colours.

  • Nursery: The Gingerbread Man

    This week, we have been looking at the story of ‘The Gingerbread Man’. We explored loose parts to create a gingerbread man. We also played some gingerbread man themed maths games and explored magnets and hooks on the cranes/lorries to carry a load.

  • Nursery: Little Red Riding Hood

    Last week, we continued to focus on the story of ‘Little Red Riding Hood’. We discovered paw prints in our classroom and thought they might belong to the big, bad wolf. We created wanted posters to find the wolf and made traps. The children enjoyed sticking their posters up around the classroom for others to see.

  • Nursery Newsletter 9/05/22

    Please find the latest newsletter below.

  • Nursery newsletter 29/4/22

    Please find the latest nursery newsletter below.

  • Nursery: Little Red Riding Hood

    This week, we have enjoyed looking at the story of ‘Little Red Riding Hood’. We made baskets, explored red paint and looked for red objects outside. We have also started our RWI phonics and learnt how to say ‘m’ and ‘s’

  • Nursery: Supertato

    Last week, the children in nursery enjoyed the story ‘Supertato’. We made traps for the evil pea, created our own supertato and explored printing with vegetables.

  • Nursery newsletter 25/4/22

    Please find the latest nursery newsletter below.

  • Summer Half Term!

    Year One have worked so hard this half term… All of the staff are so proud of how amazing they have been settling back into school life and throwing themselves into their learning. We have been extremely lucky to be able to regularly visit the Outdoor Classroom, this has helped to inspire our learning and is something the children have really enjoyed.

    Les Abeilles: Trip to the Outdoor Classroom.
  • myHappymind in year 4

    Here are some year 4 children enjoying their myHappymind lesson. In the celebrate module, we have been learning about character strengths we have and how we show them. The children used some time to reflect about which character traits they have used recently and wrote about them in their journals.

  • Remembrance Assembly

    Thank you to all those who joined us for Remembrance Assembly this morning. I think we can all agree that the Year 6’s presented themselves with the utmost respect and decorum for this special occasion. They have been working hard to learn their lines off by heart and deliver them to a huge audience with confidence and clarity. Year 3 pupils also created their own poppies and our school canteen kindly created special poppy cakes in recognition of remembrance day.

    Well done Year 6 for bringing a tear to many an eye this morning! You should be very proud of yourselves.


    In Flanders Fields, by John McCrae

    In Flanders fields the poppies blow
    Between the crosses, row on row,

    That mark our place; and in the sky
    The larks, still bravely singing, fly

    Scarce heard amid the guns below.
    We are the Dead. Short days ago

    We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow,
    Loved and were loved, and now we lie,
    In Flanders fields.

    Take up our quarrel with the foe:
    To you from failing hands we throw

    The torch; be yours to hold it high.
    If ye break faith with us who die

    We shall not sleep, though poppies grow
    In Flanders fields.

  • Purple Poppies

    Year 6 made purple poppies to remember the animals that have helped in war.  We were really impressed with the concentration and grit and determination shown by all the children!

  • Remembrance Day Poppies

    Art club have created poppies in preparation for our Remembrance assembly tomorrow. The children have used the cross-stitch skills they have been learning. They’re looking wornderful!

  • Year 5 – Author Visit

    On Wednesday, some children in Year 5 enjoyed a visit to the bookshop ‘Bookbugs and Dragon Tales’ for an author visit. We learnt about the process of making a book from the first draft through to the final published copy. We explored a book called, ‘The Five Peppers’ which was written over 100 years ago about a family with 5 children called ‘The Peppers’. We are looking forward to reading the book in school. We also got to design our own front covers and choose some books for our class libraries. 

  • Year 3 Science

    We have been learning about forces in Year 3 and completed an experiment looking at different surfaces today.

  • Dictionaries for every pupil!

    Today EVERY child in Year 3 went home with an illustrated dictionary, kindly donated by the Rotary Club. As you can see from their faces the children were very happy and can’t wait to use them at home. A big thank you to the Rotary Club for organising this!

  • Year 3 Problem Solving

    Year 3 had fun problem solving today. We applied all of the skills we had learnt so far this week.

  • Year 6 Romeo and Juliet drama workshop!

    Year 6 were fully immersed in the world of Shakespeare during their drama workshop with our expert visitor!

    Children took part in a series of warm-up activities – including becoming Madame Tussauds waxwork models and terrifying monsters! They then developed Romeo and Juliet freeze frames in groups and asked each other insightful questions surrounding these still images.

    Next, they used these skills as a way into both exploring the text and language whilst also considering how the Prologue and Act 1 Scene 1 are ‘delivered’.

    Everyone was so enthusiastic and engaged – it was wonderful to see. We are very much looking forward to seeing how children get on with their newspaper reports this week. They will be reporting on the civil disturbance caused by the two warring households – the Montagues and the Capulets – causing bloodshed and pandemonium amongst fair Verona’s streets!

  • Les Blaireaux Tennis Session

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