The children who have been at school due to a parent being a key worker have been busy this week. Many of you will have seen the beautiful rainbow on the staff room window, but this was just the beginning. Each morning they have started the day with Joe Wicks’ energetic workout. They have then done


We’re excited to announce that from Monday 23rd March Read Write Inc. phonics lessons will be available to watch on YouTube. They will be shown live as follows: Set 1 sounds at 9.30am and 12.30pm. Set 2 sounds at 10.00am and 1.00pm. Set 3 sounds at 10.30 am and 1.30pm. Just click the link below w


Our Forest School would like to share some ideas that might help to inspire you in these difficult times. We know it is vital, to help control the spread of this virus, that as many children as possible should stay at home, this must be the priority.  However that doesn’t mean you can’t still enjoy


Pupils in Nursery supported Sports Relief today, by bringing in donations and wearing sports clothes.  The children enjoyed taking part in a range of physical activities including, dancing to the official Sports Relief 2020 song; developing their fine motor skills by hammering nails into shapes to


Today, Nursery took part in a variety of activities to celebrate World Book Day today.  They dressed up as book characters and brought in their favourite stories to share.  They particularly enjoyed a visit from pupils in year 3 who read books to them.  They also listened to the story ‘Aliens Lov

On Safer Internet Day, Nursery children have been talking about the internet and their experiences of using it on a variety of devices such as phones, tablets, game consoles and PCs.  We talked about some of the web sites that they might visit which incluided sites like Cbeebies and Youtube.  Nurs