Archive for April, 2016

Snow won’t stop our PE!

Class 6 had a great PE lesson today with Legacy Sport even though it was forced indoors due to poor weather. In small groups, they had a healthy competition to reach the highest score on each sporting station. It was great to see class 6 encouraging each other and supporting each other in PE and […]

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Transforming our outdoors.

You may have noticed that Early Years have been very busy outside this week.  We have been transforming our outdoor space with flowers and vegetables.  We have planted beautiful flowers in wellies on our railing and in our plant pots too.  We are also growing potatoes in a grow bag, we placed these in water […]

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“Who will help me eat the bread?” Said the Little Red Hen.

Our current book is The Little Red Hen, and nursery have been pretending to be the hen by baking bread. We have helped Miss Phillips to weigh the flour, add the other ingredients, mixing and kneading the bread. Today we baked the bread and have sent it home for you all to enjoy, what did […]

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Class 2’s Teaparty

This week we have been talking about British values and learning all about our Queen and the royal family. In drama we talked about what makes Britain special and what the five key British values are-(democracy, rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect and tolerance). On Thursday we celebrated the Queen’s birthday with tea and […]

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What a British Week!

We had had a fantastic start to the week thinking about the Queen’s birthday and acting out giving presents to the Queen and having a street party with Murmur. Today we learnt all about the events the Queen was having for her birthday.  We wrote letters to the Queen and then we had a street […]

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