Mental Health

This week the teachers are focussing on well-being and feelings. Please see the following resources to help support your child. It is important that children learn to recognise their feelings, understand that all feelings are normal and how to process their feelings. Please continue to talk to them and speak to the school if you… Read more »

School closure

I have had to take the difficult decision of closing the school today due to the weather conditions and safety. Learning is available online for all pupils. If you have any queries please contact the office – office@darcyschool.co.uk Mrs Eastbrook

Headteacher’s challenge

Make a game to play at home. Don’t forget to record your rules clearly! Why not contact a friend and share your ideas? Have fun and send me your pictures.

100 challenge

People up and down the country have been remembering Captain Sir Tom Moore and celebrating his amazing achievements. My challenge to you is to set your own 100 challenge. Perhaps you could join up with your family or friends online to share the fun. Ideas could include walking 100 steps, doing 100 star jumps, raising… Read more »

Headteacher’s challenge

This week’s challenge is to write/draw a list of things that you are grateful for. We all need to remember how lucky we are each day and enjoy these happy moments. Find and record: Something/one that makes you feel happy Something/one that makes you feel safe Favourite toy Something that makes you feel proud Finally,… Read more »

Headteacher’s challenge

This week’s challenge is to learn a new skill. Many of you have continued with clubs and music lessons via online calls. Here in school we have had zoom lessons with teachers and piano lessons via zoom too. At home, I have been learning to dance the Foxtrot, Cha Cha and, Jive via Teams! Please share… Read more »

Tricky words.

Here are a list of the tricky words (non decodable) for each phase. Phase 2 – I, no, go, to, into Phase 3 – he, she, we, me, be, was, you, they, all, are, my, her Phase 4 – said, have, like, so, do, some, come, were, there, little, one, when, out, what Keep on… Read more »

Headteacher’s challenge

Over the next few weeks, I am going to set you a challenge and I am excited to see your results! This week, I would like you to write a poem about Winter. You could research different types of poems e.g. acrostic or Haiku. Don’t forget to read some to help you research ideas. When… Read more »

Epiphany Matthew 2:1-13

‘Epiphany’ comes from the Greek word meaning ‘to reveal’, as it is when the baby Jesus was ‘revealed’ to the world. Today is Epiphany. Christians around the world celebrate Epiphany and reflect upon arrival of the Wise Men. As we reflect upon this Biblical story and remove the Christmas decorations from our homes, it is… Read more »