Tag Archives: English

Nursery Spiders

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It has been lovely welcoming the children back to school this week, refreshed after their Christmas break and ready to learn.
Our topic this half term is Nursery Rhymes. This week we have shared Incy Windy Spider and Little Miss Muffet. The children have created some fantastic spiders, glittered their webs, put Nursery Rhymes in the correct order and have tried hard to count out the correct number of legs needed for their spiders. They have all worked really hard! Well done everyone!

Nursery Have Been On A Bear Hunt

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This week in the Nursery we have shared the story ‘We’re Going on a Bear Hunt’ the children took off their sock and shoes and walked through thick oozy mud, long wavy grass, a deep cold river, a swirling whirling snowstorm and a forest. They worked hard cutting out pictures from the story and tried hard to put the pictures in the correct order. The children created some fantastic bears.
Below is the link to the story
We would love to hear any comments your children have made about the story.

Evil Pea Commits Classroom Crimes!

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The children in Year 1 were shocked as they came into school this morning. Evil Pea from our story ‘Supertato’ has been into our classroom to commit some terrible crimes! After the vegetables in the story were left in distress caused by Evil Pea, he then left our poor animal toys in distress by taping them to the tables! We hope he isn’t planning any more terrible crimes!

Harry Potter Day

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Following on from a wonderful Harry Potter filled morning, Year 6 went for a wand making lesson down in the woods. The wands look fantastic and have been put to good use casting spells in some closely fought wand duels! Watch out family members… the wands have gone home!

Terror In Zennor

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Super concentration and effort in Year 6 this morning. After reading ‘The Giant’s Necklace’, we are writing newspaper reports about the disappearance of Cherry Glover. I can’t wait to read them!