Archive for January, 2018

Reception’s Outdoor Learning

Reception enjoyed some outdoor learning on Friday afternoon! We have been using Ten Town to practise our number formation and we are currently practising number 8 – with help from Eric Eight! Here are some of our 8s! If you want to practise at home, here’s the rhyme we use: All the way round, don’t […]

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Trust CPD with Murmur

Tonight members of SLT and English leads from our Trust schools came to Littletown for some training and input with Murmur.  We had a whistle stop tour of drama activities from Early Years through to Key Stage 3/4. Everyone joined in with super drama freeze frames, monologues, hot seating, mime and song. Super evening, thank […]

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Bright sparks

Class 4 have been investigating how to build an electrical circuit. We were given a power cell (battery), a bulb, a bulb holder and some crocodile clips and experimented in connecting them up in different ways until the bulb lit. If the bulb failed to light we had to eliminate which part of the circuit […]

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A big thank you to our wonderful parents!

Early Years would like to thank all of the parents who came to our phonics event on Wednesday this week. Parents were able to ask questions about how we teach phonics and find out how to support their child at home, as well as having fun with their child in school. See below for some […]

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Phase 2 phonics in nursery

Nursery have really enjoyed learning some new sounds as we begin phase 2 phonics. Everyday children come through the door in the morning telling me which sounds they have heard and seen at home.   Can you tell which sound we’ve learnt this week…

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