Getting back into the swim!

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The children have enjoyed being back at school together and have loved seeing their friends again and getting back into the flow of things at school. ‘Frogspawn watch’ has developed into ‘tadpole time’ as the children have observed the rapid … Continued

Pumpkin delight.

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This week we read the story Pumpkin Soup by Helen Cooper. The story explored the friendship of a duck, a cat and a squirrel and their fondness for pumpkin soup. By the end of the story the characters learned the … Continued

Here We Are!

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We are so proud of the children in so many ways from them learning new routines to making new friends. They have have been sharing what they know and like about Planet Earth and our solar system. They have told … Continued

Superheroes Assemble (EYFS team A)

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Farmer Duck This week, the superheroes have been down on the farm. Taking inspiration from the story of Farmer Duck, we designed our own farms, created pictures of farm animals and found time to practice writing sentences and drawing story … Continued

Team D Blog

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 ‘Igor the Bird Who Couldn’t Sing’ This week we have been learning about our feelings and emotions. Based on our story we made birds’ nests, bird feeders and had fun flying our bird kites. Here are our lovely birds’ nests!

Team C’s news

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This week, Team Coco Pops enjoyed our book My Cat Likes to Hide in Boxes! by Eve Sutton. We travelled the globe, learning about France and Japan and making flags of places we have visited or are from. We created … Continued


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This week, Team B have been learning all about growing different plants and vegetables as well as healthy eating. We made vegetables out of plasticine and also made potato head friends. We have been looking after our beans and we … Continued

EYFS Team A (Superheroes Assemble)

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The superheroes have had a busy week exploring the story of Jasper’s Beanstalk by Nick Butterworth. We planted our own beans, then made patterned snails after being inspired by Jasper diligently picking them out of the soil in the story. … Continued

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