We have been very busy in Reception learning about Easter and today we made (and ate!) chocolate nests.
We are very much looking forward to our Easter egg hunt and Easter bonnet parade tomorrow!
Thank you to the parents and carers who attended yesterday’s Year 2 English workshop. We hope you found our reading activities useful and enjoyed spending time in the classroom with your child. Well done to all of the children who worked really hard to show off their super reading skills!
Congratulations to the Easter Raffle winner, Arman!
We are so pleased for you and don’t mind if you want to share!
The nursery children have had a fun afternoon following the Easter bunny’s clues. Ask your child what the surprise the Easter bunny left behind for the children.
Year One are having a delicious cake break!
Thank you to all the Key Stage 2 children and their helping adults who made our special treats.
Year 4 have been learning about crime and punishment during the Anglo-Saxon times. We played a game where we chose a crime at random then followed a flow chart to work out the punishment. As you can see from the images, the really enjoyed their lesson. Well done Year 4.
Well done this weeks Tony Hughes awards winners, Lennon-Jai Bloor and Leo Byrne, two superstar boys !
Thank you ever so much to all the parents and grandparents who have helped us to get our garden/allotment ready for planting. We honestly couldn’t have managed without you.
To begin our Spring topic, we went on a Spring walk this morning and found lots of beautiful daffodils around our school. The birds were singing loudly and we could see lots of signs of new life. Can you remember any signs of Spring?
It’s been a monster of a week in the Nursery so far. On Monday we read the story Kipper’s Monster by Mick Inkpen. Following the story the children created handprint monsters, on Tuesday they made some very scary looking monsters using tissue and gummed shapes and today they created their very own shape monsters, most of which look very friendly. Can anyone name all of the shapes they used? Well done to our monster superstars!
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