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We 💙 our chickens!

Our chickens have grown so much. They are all happy and healthy. The children decided on their names, they are called Rainbow, Percy and Shelly. We love stroking them, holding them and taking care of them. 

Click on the link below to take you to our home learning page. We love to celebrate our children’s work week by week. We are also still rewarding our children with dojo’s and some children have already achieved their Bronze certificate. 

Welcome to our Winter Wonderland

This term our project is where does snow go? We have made an igloo out of milk bottles for our children to play inside. We will be learning about winter, snow, ice and Artic Animals. 

Our Noisy Nativity!

Explorers and Creators teamed up this year to produce our ‘Noisy Nativity’. As we couldn’t perform to parents this year, we made copies of our Nativity for parents to purchase. 

Remembrance Day 2020

We have been learning about Remembrance Day. All children took part in the two minutes silence as we paid our respects to those who fought and died in the war. We enjoyed learning about poppies and made some of our own using tissue paper and pom-poms. 

Write Dance in the Early Years

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Write Dance is a movement-based programme designed to develop children's gross and fine motor co-ordination starting from their own emotions and natural movements. Movement plays a central role in learning to write. Until basic whole body movements have been mastered the brain is unable to transfer these actions into the fine motor skills required for writing. Correct letter formation cannot be achieved until the basic whole body writing movement is smooth, flowing, controlled and performed with self confidence. 

Our Mad Hatter's Tea Party

Meet Smudge.. our class hamster!

Smudge has settled in really well. He enjoys rolling to the children in his ball.

Our Learning Environment

Take a look at these pictures showing our Classroom and fabulous outdoor area. We have worked hard over the summer to make the outdoor area vibrant and exciting, for our children starting in September. We have also made some changes inside our classroom. Can you spot what our first project is going to be? 

Outdoor Revamp

Out with the old and in with the new! We are working hard on our fabulous outdoor area to make it more engaging and inviting for our Explorers! Take a look at how it was before we started our revamp. After a huge amount of sorting, discarding, moving and replenishing, it is starting to be brought back to life. Although, we still have a long way to go. Take a look at the progression pictures up to now. Our children have really enjoyed playing in the new areas and with the new resources. We have even more exciting things to come! We look forward to sharing the finished pictures of our revamp with you soon! Thank you to anyone who has kindly donated any resources- that was a great help!

Progression pictures

World Book Day

We had great fun coming to school dressed as our favourite book characters on World Book Day. All the children had a turn in our hot seat, where they had to act as the character they came dressed as and answer questions about themselves. It was wonderful to see how much our children love reading and listening to stories! 

Key Dates

Wednesday- French

Thursday- PE 

Friday- Show and Tell 

Every Friday afternoon we will have a 'show and tell' session. The children will have the opportunity to bring something special to show to the rest of the class. 

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