Reception Class visit Washington Wetlands!

  The outdoor environment is a rich, dynamic, natural space for learning and development and we value it as an essential resource.  Being outdoors has a positive impact on children’s sense of well being, gives them first hand experiences of weather, seasonal change and the natural world.  Reception class travelled to the adventure playground at…Continue Reading

Rights Respecting School Award

Rights Respecting School Award Welcome to our new UNICEF  Rights Respecting webpage area where we will be updating you about our journey to becoming a  Gold  Rights Respecting School. UNICEF is the world’s leading organisation working for children and their rights. In 1989, governments worldwide promised all children the same rights by adopting the UN…Continue Reading

Reception Class visit to Saltwell Park!

As part of our learning about seasonal change, we went to Saltwell Park to look for signs of Autumn.  We collected a variety of leaves, conkers, berries, leaves, nuts and seeds, some of which we used to make our own special crowns! We asked the many kinds of wildfowl if they were ‘going on holiday’…Continue Reading

No Pens Day

On Friday we celebrated No Pens Day. In maths we consolidated our place value skills by carrying out a number of different activities. We explored number patterns with numicon, talked it and solved it in pairs, recapped Roman Numerals with art straws and refreshed our times table skills. In literacy we carried out our own…Continue Reading

Be Bright Be Seen

Marcus from cycle generation visited us this morning and talked to us about staying safe as the dark nights are  drawing in. He gave us some handy hints on how to make ourselves bright when walking/cycling in the dark, without spending a fortune on high visibility clothing.  Continue Reading

Nursery – September 2018

Welcome to all our new nursery children, parents and families! The nursery children are settling well and enjoying their time with us.  They really are a joy!  They are starting to get used to all the routines and show us the things they are interested in.  We thought that you might like to see some…Continue Reading