Archive for April, 2018

Bog Babies

Miss Chilton and Mrs Evans are so pleased by the amount of parents who have been telling us about the bog babies. The children have been looking after their babies at home, watering them and they are now growing lots. Please can you comment below a picture of your bog baby

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Look at our enormous rhubarb!

Today Early Years braved the rain to do a little bit of gardening. We looked at how the new trees have now grown and have buds on, and went to find spring flowers. We were amazed when we got to vegetable patch, the rhubarb is enormous!! We picked some stalks and discovered that they were […]

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From Caterpillars to Butterflies

Over the last half term we were very lucky and looked after some caterpillars. We watched them grow for weeks and weeks. When we finished school for Easter they had grown by ten times their original size! Over the Easter weekend some caterpillars began to pupate and hang from the lid in a ā€˜Jā€™ shape. […]


Peter Rabbit Day

Class two had a fantastic Peter Rabbit themed day today to start off our new topic. This morning, we enjoyed Peter Rabbit themed maths, using carrots or seeds to help us work out multiplication questions. We even had a game that envolved us getting Peter back out of Mr McGregor’s garden by finding the correct […]

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