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World Book Day!
09 Mar 2018
Our Trip!
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Through the Magic Mirror
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Making Pancakes!
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Chinese New Year
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Carrots and Peas
01 Feb 2018
Lost and Found
26 Jan 2018
The Lion & The Mouse
19 Jan 2018
Have you filled a bucket today?
11 Jan 2018
Happy New Year!
05 Jan 2018
Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, Happy New Year :)
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It feels a lot like Christmas
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07 Dec 2017
People Who Help Us.
30 Nov 2017
Nocturnal Animals
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Rockets, Planets & Owls!
17 Nov 2017
Night Monkey, Day Monkey
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What happens when I fall asleep?
03 Nov 2017
Diwali :)
19 Oct 2017
Introducing Reception 2017-18
13 Oct 2017



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What have we been learning about this week?

Mrs Divall - 03 Mar 2015

Hi all,

This week we have been learning from the book Handa's Surprise.  We tasted different kinds of fruit at Tescos, so it has linked very nicely to our school trip!  In maths, we have been combining groups of fruit to feed to the animals and writing number senteneces to represent this.  In literacy, we have been retelling the story using our phonic knowledge to sound words out.

We have been talking about how it would be different if we lived in a village in Kenya.  Ask your child what they think!  If you want to write down their response, it would be a lovely addition to their learning journey, as we are learning to talk about similarities and differences between places.

In other news - we are planning the new outdoor provision for our EYFS children.  Do you have any ideas or opinions about what our new garden should be like?  We have many ideas that are currently being discussed but want to know what you think, as it's your child's education!  What do you think would capture your child's imagination?  What do you think would be great educationally? Please comment in the box below, it's important we hear from you!

Mrs Divall :)

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i believe it should be fruit and vegetables the children can grow and eat themselves so that it educates them in develop from seed to fruit and they can see the process it goes through so that they can help water and watch
Miss debbie martin - 03 Mar 2015 - 12:03
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