Our school is a unique and special place, at the heart of the community, where children feel safe, loved and supported as they grow into who they are. Fully inclusive, we promote acceptance and embrace difference.We believe that an outstanding education is the single most important factor in ensuring success in life and we are relentless in the pursuit of this. We expect the highest level of engagement from all who share in our vision of 'beyond expectation'.
This year we have 25 energetic children learning together and 3 grown ups, Mrs Cottle, Mrs Barrett and Mrs Baker.
Please visit regularly to find out about all of the fun things we have been doing.
We were so lucky to be invited to Nando’s this term to finish off our learning about chickens. We learnt about how chicken helps us to have a balanced diet and why some people choose to eat it as a source of protein. We really enjoyed designing our own burger, making it AND eating it.
As part of our science learning this term we are having some eggs to care for and look after. We are very Egg-cited!
Thursday 7th March World Book Day
We had a great day: dressing up as our favourite book characters, reading stories, making new characters and writing stories. We really were authors and illustrators. We also have a new challenge for the next 4 weeks we are trying to read for 200 million minutes with lots of other schools across the country. Please remember to record all the minutes that you read on your bookmarks. Every minute counts!
This term we will continue to learn about animals: a variety of types, life cycles and food chains. We are very excited to be making real life observations of eggs hatching and developing within the classroom from 11th March to 22nd March. Please feel free to come into a have a look after school.
Congratulations Metis class your holiday challenge and home learning was marvellous. We will be able to look after our egg and chicks safely.
Term 3 Happy New Year!
Knock, knock who's there?
Over the next 6 weeks we will be exploring a range of different materials and visiting a glass workshop where we will have the opportunity to learn more about glass and create our own piece of glass art work. We will also be learning to retell The Three Little Pigs story and writing our own version.
Tuesday 12th February Glass artwork gallery:
We were so excited to share our glass artwork, that we created a few weeks ago, to the rest of the school. We were so brave talking to lots of older children and adults about how we had made our artwork and being able to answer their questions.
31.1.2019 We had a marvelous time at our Glass workshop today. We learnt all about how to create great pieces of art out of glass and got to cut, break and join glass and other materials. Hopefully very soon you will be able to see what we created.
Over the next 7 weeks we will be exploring our artistic nature in many different ways. Metis class will be exploring different media and medium to create a variety of pictures and crafts. Metis class will also be exploring why we are remembering Bonfire night and the Centenary of World War I ending. Please read our topic letter below to find out more
Metis class had an amazing time at the Odeon on Monday 12th November watching Hotel Transylvania 3. We loved it so much, that when we got back to class we wrote all about the film and even painted pictures of our favourite characters!
Just arrived at the cinema
Important news Metis and Pandora class will be visiting the Odeon Cinema on Monday 12th November to watch Hotel Transylvania 3. To see the official trail visit below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ku52zNnft8k
Metis Class have been learning about WW1 this term and why it is important to remember the soldiers that died to protect our country. We all made poppies for Remembrance Sunday.
For the whole school culture weeks we will be learning all things French. If you have been or know some french please let us know.
Superheroes: What superpower would you have?
Our learning will be based on Supertato, Aisha the Superhero Princess and Handa's surprise.