Hello and welcome to our blog page. Join us as we find out more about the world, have fun and explore.
Miss Small, Mrs Abrahams, Mrs Rawesthorne and Miss Sime
We had a fantastic phonics Stay and Play session. Our parents were keen to learn about the phonics process, it’s delivery within their child’s learning and activities to promote early reading. A huge thank you to all that attended your support is much appreciated.0 Comments
Here is next week’s choices from our delicious menu.0 Comments
Here is next week’s menu that we will be serving;0 Comments
Here is this week’s delicious lunch menu.
On Wednesday we went on our first whole class trip! The children had a lovely day, as well as the adults. The children were so excited to go on the school mini buses to the farm. We saw and fed goats and chickens when we arrived – we also saw pigs, turkeys and alpacas! The children enjoyed eating their packed lunches at the farm, and they loved playing on the tractors and slide! Next stop was Eastham Country Park. Here the children loved playing amongst the leaves, climbing the trees and logs and also enjoying some snack before it was home time! Can your child tell you about their favourite part of the day?
Don’t forget to share the books you are reading this Summer. The teachers have started their books and they are looking forward to sharing their opinions on the books they have read when we get back to school in September. Take a look at the books they have picked.
You can tweet us or tag us on Facebook or simply email Miss Keogh a picture of you reading or a picture of the book you are reading. (firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you 🙂
Key Stage 2 enjoyed the Birds of Prey show today. Some of us even got to hold one!One Comment
Days in Reception were pretty fun. We instructed the children to write correct words using the alphabet map , which was useful, we helped them to build some Lego and at the end of the day we were chilling on the I-pads and the little ones were quiet and left us alone
Days in Nursery were really funny. Nasser (my friend ) had a friend in a minute, he used to like him, he would only hug Nasser and I had fun helping the little kids on the things they were playing with . Tariq and me were on the camera taking photos of the little kids and the kid hugging Nasser .
By Tejas and Nasser7 Comments
A huge thank you to all the parents who stayed for our phonics Stay and Play session. It was great to deliver a short presentation to parents about the progression of phonics within our EYFS and how important it is building upon their early reading and writing skills.
We then had lots of fun in the school hall exploring a variety of activities that develop children’s phonological awareness.
The children have been making the most of the sunshine with more choosing to stay outdoors. This week we have focused on our whittling skills and toasting independently at the fire circle.