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  • P.E Award!

    Published 07/05/21, by Rebecca Jackson

    Well done, Monkey Puzzlers!

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  • Forest School 05.05.21

    Published 05/05/21, by Rebecca Jackson

    Take a look at our forest school session today!

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  • Spelling Overview

    Published 21/04/21, by Rebecca Jackson

    Please find attached the spelling overview for summer 1.

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  • Summer 1 Topic - Stone Age to Iron Age!

    Published 20/04/21, by Rebecca Jackson

    Please find attached the knowledge organiser and curriculum overview for our summer 1 topic.

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  • Stone Age Cave ARt!

    Published 20/04/21, by Rebecca Jackson
    This afternoon, the children have begun their stone age learning and looked at cave art.  We discussed colours and styles and talked about what we could learn about stone age people from the art too! Keep an eye on out on the blog for Summer
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  • What a fantastic week!

    Published 19/03/21, by Rebecca Jackson
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  • Science Week 2021

    Published 12/03/21, by Rebecca Jackson

    What a fantastic week!

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  • Welcome Back - 08.03.21

    Published 08/03/21, by Rebecca Jackson
    What a brilliant first day back!  The children have been fantastic and it has been lovely to see them laughing and playing together!  We have continued our learning on How Bees Make Honey and sequenced the events, as well as calculating
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  • Welcome Back!

    Published 04/03/21, by Rebecca Jackson

    Welcome back!

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    Published 22/01/21, by Peter Cresswell

    Dear Parents,

    After 3 weeks of  lockdown we are finding that our Y3 bubble is one of the largest in school and is close to capacity. We do not want to be in a position where we are unable to safely accommodate all Y3 pupils requesting a critical worker place in school. Consequently,  please be mindful of the following before booking a critical worker place in school:

    • ‘Children with at least one parent or carer who is a critical worker can go to school or college if required, but parents and carers should keep their children at home if they can.’ (DfE)
    •  “If you’re a key worker and your partner doesn’t work then you shouldn’t be sending your children to school. That’s clear in the guidance.” Matt Hancock, Health Secretary

    I am not sending this information to make parents feel guilty or to contradict information that employers have sent out – these are challenging times for everyone, but I have a responsibility to share guidance with you and urge parents not send their children to school whilst transmission rates are so high unless it is necessary. For some families I totally accept that it is necessary some days, or every day, each week - we are here to help those families.

    Do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions at all.

    Kind regards,

    Mr Cresswell

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  • Miss Jackson

    Published 08/01/21, by Sam Seedhouse
    Unfortunately Miss Jackson will not be in school with us for the next 3 weeks (non COVID related).  In her absence we have created a Year Three team to ensure that there is consistency in the provision for your children. Mrs Deegan will be wo
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  • Christmas fun!

    Published 18/12/20, by Sam Seedhouse

    A few photo's from the last couple of days!

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