Spring Term 2 2021
This term has been a term of three parts – we started off with many children learning at home before we were all back together again. We really enjoyed having time to reconnect as a school community and have been doing lots of PSHE lessons to help us get settled back in. Finally, the last part of our term saw us go back to ‘normal lessons’ as well as celebrating Easter at the end of term. Some of our highlights included:
Friday 26th March 2021
KS1 have had a very interesting week. After a mysterious man delivered some ‘magical looking’ beans we decided to plant them (just in case!) Then, on Monday our forest school area had grown a huge beanstalk with a scary looking giant at the top! We decided to try and catch the giant, so we made wanted posters to put up around the school and we wrote letters to people who could come up with a plan to catch him.
Spring Term 1 2021
This term has been an unusual one with many of the children learning from home due to the national lockdown. We have been so impressed by how hard everyone has worked and have loved seeing updates on Class Dojo and Google Classroom. Some highlights from this half term have included:
Autumn term 2020
We have had a very busy and different Autumn term as we have all had to adjust to being back at school after the initial lockdown. We are extremely proud of all of the children in Key Stage One who seem to have taken it in their stride.
Some of our Autumn term highlights include:
Children should wear their PE kit to school on the days that they have PE. As the weather is cold at the moment, your child may want to wear jogging bottoms or leggings as PE will take place outside whenever possible. If possible, these should be plain, dark colours.
Our PE days this term are Mondays and Thursdays.
We will be keeping things the same as Autumn term. To ensure that all of our books are safe and have had the required quarantine periods, reading books will now be changed on Mondays and Thursdays. Remember that reading for pleasure is important too so if your child reads a book from home, record that in their reading record as well! Please still bring your reading book and reading record into school every day as this will help us when we are reading with you in school too.