APOLOLGIES – Bumblebees Toilets Update

By Kathryn Tilbury on Monday, November 28, 2016 in News. No Comments


On behalf of school I would like to apologise to all Bumblebee parents for the inconvenience caused by having to close school to the Bumblebees class. Our toilets were removed on Friday following a leak across all the toilets. We had hoped that the problem would have been rectified over the weekend and the toilets […]

Swan Class – Autumn 2 Week 4

By Katie Glover on Sunday, November 27, 2016 in Year 1. 5 Comments


Hello Super Swans, We have had another busy week in the Swan classroom. In maths you have been subtracting using visual maths, can you show someone at home how to solve a subtraction calculation e.g. 18-5=   . Remember to draw the first number using tens and ones. I loved your winter art using wax resist, […]

Ladybirds Learning blog – Autumn 2 week 4

By Beth Reid on Sunday, November 27, 2016 in Reception. No Comments


What a busy week we have had; continuing our Elmer theme we have developed our artistic talents by using different techniques to apply coloured chalks to black paper. Children have smudged and blended to make their drawing have subtle tones and created patterns fit for an Elmer parade. Ladybirds are practising using Numicon to help […]

Bumblebees Blog – Autumn 2 Week 4

By Kathryn Tilbury on Saturday, November 26, 2016 in News, Reception. No Comments


Happy weekend Bumblebees! What a busy week we have had; continuing our Elmer theme we have developed our artistic talents by using different techniques to apply coloured chalks to black paper. Children have smudged and blended to make their drawing have subtle tones, dipped chalk into water to make vibrant accents and created patterns fit […]

Oak Learning Blog – Autumn 2 Week 4

By Debbie Barlow on Friday, November 25, 2016 in Year 2. No Comments


Hello everybody, Welcome to this weeks Oak Learning Blog. The children have been  working hard and here is what we’ve been up to this week. In English, we read the beautiful picture book  ‘Remembering: The story of a soldier’ by Virginia Mayo, and imagined what it would be like to travel back in time to […]

Beech Learning Blog: Aut 2, Week 4

By Mr Hall on Friday, November 25, 2016 in News. No Comments


Hello everybody and welcome to another Beech Learning Blog! The children have been hard at work this week (as always!) and have shown just how much they have learned in a wide range of subjects. Here’s just a taste of what we’ve been up to! In English this week, the children read ‘Remembering: The story […]

Owls Week 5 Aut 2

By Helen Bridgeman on Friday, November 25, 2016 in News. 2 Comments


Hello Owls, Sorry no blog last week technical hitch!! So this week we have been busy learning about subtraction in maths and using a question mark in question sentence in English. We are busy practising our Christmas performance there are letters going out if your child needs a costume if they don’t get a letter […]

Butterflies Learning Blog Aut 2, Week 4

By Shagufta Kanji on Friday, November 25, 2016 in Reception. No Comments


Hello Butterflies! What a productive week! This week have been learning how to correctly form long ladder letters and write I can see sentences. Mrs Darwood and I are super proud of our children as they have produced some exciting sentences.   It was also lovely to see all the colourful pyjamas on Wednesday! We […]

Swan Class – Autumn 2 Week 3

By Katie Glover on Sunday, November 20, 2016 in Year 1. 4 Comments


Dear Swans, We all had a wonderful time at the Museum of Childhood didn’t we. We walked through a Victorian street and played with old toys such as hoops, spinning tops, wooden diabolos and skipping ropes. You spotted how the old toys were made out of wood. Miss Heaven also spotted toys which she used […]

Sycamore Blog- Aut 2, Week 3

By Jo Mountjoy on Saturday, November 19, 2016 in News. No Comments


Hi Sycamore, Another busy week, we’ve been writing reports all about soldiers in WW1, we included lots of interesting facts. I wonder what you can remember? In maths we used grouping to divide and some of us used our knowledge of times tables facts too solve the division problems quickly! Well done, keep working on […]