Sing song!

Today we shared our Pirate and Phonics songs with our parents! Thank you for coming to watch us.

Life is better, down where it’s wetter!🦀

Today, we had the privilege of some underwater creatures coming into class including real life starfish. We also have finished our under the sea themed display. It is looking amazing! Thank you Mr Fox for helping us with it.

May Fayre

Thank you to the PTFA for a wonderful afternoon on Friday and successfully raising £500 for the school!

Phonics

Today in phonics, we looked at the digraph so and trigraphs in Phase 3. Mrs Whybrow wrote a giant soundmat and we used this to help us with our writing. 

Parachute fun

Yesterday, we did lots of really fun games with our huge parachute.

Sunsafe reminder. 

As the weather becomes warmer and the sun gets stronger, can we please remind you to provide a sun hat and ensure your child has a water bottle at school. If you could make sure your child has sun cream on before school that would be appreciated. However, we can guide your child in applying… Read more »

Bikes and scooters galore!

This afternoon, we took all of our bikes, scooters and bouncy hoppers onto the big playground. We had lots of space to explore going fast and slow, changing spire tin if necessary. We had lots of fun! 

Ducklings!!

Today, class one were very lucky as Mrs Handford brought in some lovely ducklings. We all got to stroke them a little. It was very exciting but we remembered to use our indoor voices so we didn’t scare them. 

Fun in the woods!

This afternoon, class one spent time in the forest school area. We built dens and climbed trees. The children worked so well together, they listened to one another and talked through their ideas to achieve their goal. 

We want treasure!

Yesterday, class one had a dilemma! We did not know whether to keep Pirate Blackbeard’s treasure, was that the right choice to make? We decided that we should give it back, so in phonics today we wrote him a letter. We said sorry for keeping his treasure and politely asked if we could keep some… Read more »