Tag Archives: English

The Lighthouse Keeper’s Lunch

What a super morning we’ve had in Year 2! Today we were so concerned about Mr Grinling’s seagull problem that we decided to design our own ‘seagull-proof’ container! The range of fantastic ideas that the children came up with were amazing. I particularly loved Ashton’s bird seed idea. Ashton covered his container in bird seed so that the seagulls would eat the seeds rather than Mr Grinling’s lunch! Well done Year 2, your ideas and designs are fantastic.

Strawberries Visit To The Library

The Strawberry group had a lovely visit to Longton Library this morning. They sat beautifully and listened carefully as Sandra read three stories, the dinosaur book was a particular favourite. Thank you children your behaviour was impeccable, you make me extremely proud!

Year 2 English Workshop

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!

The Pear Groups Visit To The Library

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The Pear group had a lovely visit to Longton Library this morning. The children sat beautifully as Sandra read her stories and then sang lots of songs, Teddy Plays on the Swing being a particular favourite. We hope you enjoy the stories you have chosen to share with your families. Well done everyone Mrs Moss is very proud of your fantastic behaviour!

Orange Group Visit To The Library

The Orange group had a fantastic visit to Longton Library on Wednesday. Unfortunately Sandra couldn’t be there so Mrs Gater was the story teller. The children sat beautifully as she read the stories, Mrs Gater was really proud of their behaviour. Well done everyone, we hope you enjoy the stories you chose.

Nurseries Special Visitor

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We had a special visitor in the Nursery today. Anna, the librarian from Longton Library. The children answered lots of questions and sat beautifully as she read ‘Max the Brave’. We would like to thank our parents and carers who came along, it was lovely to see so many of you. Thank you for your support and we hope you enjoy sharing this story along with many others with your children.