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  • Friday 19 April 2024 Meerkats and Kenya! It is hard to believe that we are in Term 5 already and our first week is done! The children have all returned full of energy, enthusiasm and excitement. And my, how they have grown – we have even had to move our carpet dots to give the children more space when on the carpet!
  • Friday 19 April 2024 Swimming begins! Welcome to Term 5 Zebra Class! I hope you all had a wonderful Easter break and didn't eat too much chocolate!!
  • Friday 19 April 2024 Friday 19th April 2024 Dear Parents/Carers,
  • Friday 19 April 2024 Friday 19th April
  • Friday 19 April 2024 Friday 19th April What a week! We have been so proud of how well the Bumblebees have settled back into school following the Easter holidays. They have played really well together and demonstrated great turn-taking and sharing which has been wonderful to see.
  • Friday 19 April 2024 Panda Class Term 5 Welcome back Panda Class. Term 5 -here we come!
  • Wednesday 17 April 2024 Summer Term Skills! Wow! What a start to the term. The children have come back rested and ready to learn. It’s hard to believe that we are so close to the end of the school year, it is flying by.
  • Friday 29 March 2024 Easter and Scootability for Leopard Class! Happy Easter!
  • Thursday 28 March 2024 28th March 2024 Bath City Farm trip followed by meeting the Easter bunny!
  • Thursday 28 March 2024 Scooters and the Easter Bunny! Well this term has just flown by!! We have packed so much in and the children have risen to every new challenged presented to them. Myself and the team are so impressed with all of the Meerkats. They have worked together as a team just like their namesake, listened and responded to feedback, and given their best in all of their learning – well done Marvellous Meerkats!
  • Thursday 28 March 2024 Thursday 28th March 2024 Happy Easter!!!
  • Thursday 28 March 2024 28.03.24 Happy Easter Wallaby class! We made it! Well done on another successful busy week which was kicked off with a wonderful trip to Bath City Farm. The children had a fantastic time meeting lots of adorable animals, learning about them and getting the chance to feed them. There are lots of wonderful photos so we hope you enjoy looking through them and seeing what the children got up to. They made us very proud, and set a great example.
  • Thursday 28 March 2024 Thursday 28th March 2024 Dear Parents/Carers,
  • Thursday 28 March 2024 Thursday 28th March What a busy week! Thank you to all the parents who came along to the parent celebration event on Monday - it was lovely to see the children so enthusiastic about making their flowers with you all.
  • Thursday 28 March 2024 Supportability and Scootability Panda class have had a very busy final week of term, creating flowers with their grownups at our parent event on Monday. Thank you so much to all of the parents who were able to give up their time to support the children's learning. It was a lovely relaxed afternoon where the children had lots of fun and were able to consolidate their learning about plants through discussions and careful reflection. During the Easter holidays why not try getting out in the garden and planting some seeds - either from a packet or after drying them from a piece of fruit or vegetable. I wonder which will grow the quickest?
  • Thursday 28 March 2024 Easter and Scooters! Wow! What a week! The end of term is here already. Thank you to everyone who came to the parent event on Monday. The flowers were a huge success and it is wonderful to celebrate all of the fantastic learning that you are so supportive with.
  • Wednesday 27 March 2024 Happy Easter Zebras Thank you to all the parents that came to our parent event at the start of the week. The children always love sharing what they have been learning about and having time with you in their classroom. We hope you found the phonic session useful and enjoyed making some flowers with your children.
  • Sunday 24 March 2024 Honeybees Friday 22nd March This week in Honeybee Class we have been focusing really closely on what it means to be a good friend. The children have spent lots of time in small groups, or with a pair improving their sharing skills, turn taking and playing cooperatively. The children enjoyed working together to collect and transport water to different areas outside, shared equipment to improve their fine motor skills, played ball games and board games and had great fun in Bucket sessions waiting their turn to splat flowers and hide under blankets. They have played beautifully together with a range of toys which has been just wonderful to watch. We are really proud of the kindness we are seeing as they start to help each other and work as a team, well done Honeybees!
  • Friday 22 March 2024 22nd March 2024 Another week flies by and the children are already looking forward to Easter. It was lovely to see so many parents during the week and for all the lovely comments. We have a parent event this coming Wednesday which will have a phonics focus. Hope to see you then!
  • Friday 22 March 2024 Performing and Graphs for Leopard Class First of all, thank you for all of the parents who joined me for Parents Evening on Tuesday and Wednesday. It was lovely to speak to you all and share the amazing learning the children have been doing.
  • Friday 22 March 2024 Friday 22nd March 2024 Kangaroos are getting ready for Easter!
  • Friday 22 March 2024 Friday 22nd March 2024 Dear Parents/Carers,
  • Friday 22 March 2024 Friday 22nd March This week in Bumblebee class, we have been learning the story 'Goldilocks and the Three Bears' and have planned our own sequels to the story. We were introduced to Rosie Red at the beginning of the week and she has now become the main character in our sequels. We wrote character descriptions about her and thought about how she might help the Three Bears following their visit from Goldilocks. We look forward to writing our own stories next week and hope to share them with you next week.
  • Friday 22 March 2024 Friday 22nd March 2024
  • Friday 22 March 2024 Swimming and Pictograms! This week, the children have really worked very hard in school. With one week to go before the Easter Holidays, the children have their last swimming lesson on Tuesday. I am so proud of all of them and its been so lovely to see their confidence blossom in the water. Well done Panda’s.
  • Friday 22 March 2024 Plants and Rosie Red! This week in Zebra Class, we have continued to work really hard.
  • Friday 22 March 2024 Performing Meerkats! Firstly, it was lovely to see so many of you this week at Parents Evening and have the opportunity to share your children’s progress and achievements with you. May I also take this opportunity to say thank you for all your continued support at home with your children’s learning especially with their reading and phonics.
  • Friday 22 March 2024 Graphs and Tennis It is hard to believe that we are almost at the end of term. The children have excelled this term and have really flourished in all areas of the curriculum, especially all of their knowledge about plants for our topic.
  • Friday 15 March 2024 15th March 2024 We ended the week with some Red Nose Day fun in the hall with a variety of activities. The children have also had great discussions explaining what they could see on Explorify and reasoning what they thought the object was. In our English sessions we looked at the story of Evil Pea and the Beanstalk, superheroes and talked and have written about our new 'powers' that 4 and 5 year old children have, compared to when they were babies. In maths, we have been sorting objects, looked at odd and even numbers and continued to practise counting up to 20 and back to zero.
  • Friday 15 March 2024 Plants and Direction for Leoaprds We have started a new topic in Science looking 'Plants'. Leopard Class went for a walk around the school grounds on Tuesday to see what plants we could find and what they had in common. We named the parts of a plant by drawing and labelling them in our books. Then we moved on to thinking about the difference between bulbs and seeds we used all of our observational skills to talk about what we discovered and the children had the chance to see what was inside both as well! All KS1 classes had a visitor from Jackie, a gardener, who told us all about growing plants and how to look after them. On Friday, we set up an experiment to see what plants need to grow, we are going to see how cress plants grow. We have some with water and sunlight, some without both and some without water or sunlight.
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