We can’t believe that the end of the school year has arrived!  You have worked so hard, learnt so much and got so grown up. It was lovely to see some of the reception children, last Friday, who came to school to wave a last goodbye to reception class, and it will not be long before the rest of us w


We are at that time again when there are staffing changes with some moving on and others starting their time with us. Leaving staff After 5 years of supporting many children across the school, Mrs Morris will be leaving at the end of term.  Mrs Morris, who is currently working in Year 3, has taugh


Here we are in our 15th week of home learning. And it’s July already! Where has this year gone? We still cannot believe that we haven’t seen some of you since March. Only two weeks left until the end of term! Here is our weekly upload of pictures around what you’ve enjoyed doing this week.  In sc


The week we are reading stories that take place in forests.  How many stories do you know?  This week we would like you to share the story of ‘The Gruffalo’. Writing Ideas: In the story, the Gruffalo meets lots of different creatures in the forest.  Can


And so we come to the end of another week!  It has flown by, we are now up to fourteen weeks of home learning, slowly moving towards summer. We hope you have enjoyed the lovely weather while it was here this week. Here are some pictures showing what you’ve enjoyed this week.  In school,  the chil


The week we are learning about mini-beasts! We would like you to listen to the story ‘The Very Busy Spider’ by Eric Carle. This can be found  below. Writing Ideas: In the story, the spider spins her web and waits to catch flies. What else do you kn