Monthly Archives: March 2017

Newsletter – March 2017

School Council Meeting – 8th Feb 2017

Autumn, Oisin, Archie, Lexie, Tenniqka, Lola, Lewis, Alfie Mr Higgins, our new school governor visited today to see the school in action. He looked around with Mrs Hodkinson then he met with the school council to find out more about what they do. Tenniqka chaired the meeting today. She asked each school councillor to introduce themselves and say which class they were in. Then

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Paella – Year 2

As part of our Topic the Year 2’s have been learning all about Spain and its culture. This week we all had a chance to see how the spanish traditional dish is made and what it tastes like! Lots of us liked it and even had some seconds!

Woodpeckers – Signalong and Transport

The Woodpeckers have been learning signalong and have been thinking about different types of transport. The children thought it would be a good idea to make their own aeroplanes.

Drama Workshop

Year 2 were very lucky and had a Drama workshop earlier this week which was based on woodland creatures and they all thoroughly enjoyed.

Squirrels – Forest School

This Friday in forest school the Squirrels had a wet, muddy fun time splashing in the puddles and looking in the pond. We found four frogs and saw that the frogs have layed lots of frogspawn. We also made a shelter to stop us from getting too wet and planted some aubergine, lettuce and tomato seeds.

February and March in Reception

This week we have had a skipping workshop, where we all tried hard to skip and improve our skills. We have made seagulls for our beach shop. We had a mask making workshop with a woodland creature theme. We had a poet visit us and we pretended to be woodland creatures and think of interesting language to describe the animals, we used this to

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Robins Class 27th February to 3rd March 2017

Here are some comments from the Robins class to show what we enjoyed about our special creative week… ‘I liked mask making because I enjoyed the painting.’ ‘ I really liked ‘skip to be fit’ because you had to count the skips.’ ‘I liked making the treasure chests on World Book Day after we had read the book -The Pirates Next Door.’ ‘I liked

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World Book Day – Owls

Lunch with Headteacher

All of this week dinner ladies have been giving out golden tickets to children with outstanding manners and behavior at lunchtime. This golden ticket is an invitation to lunch with Mrs Hodkinson on a Friday, this will happen every week giving all children a chance to earn a golden ticket.