Breakfast Club is open every morning from 7:45. We provide a healthy breakfast with the choice of cereals, toasts, juice, milk or water … plus the Wednesday Special Menus – waffles, fruit kebabs, toasted tea cakes, hot chocolate… to name a few possibilities on offer!
Each day we have fun activities and crafts for the children to take part in. Monday: games & iPads; Tuesday: crafts; Thursday: games; Fridays: iPads. Our theme this autumn is Pirates!
Children are welcome on a regular basis or just for a one-off occasion. No need to book.
Cost is £4 per session – payable on the day.
We look forward to seeing you soon! Claire & Paige
The Rabbit class are making treasure chests.
In Squirrels they are playing ‘Escape the Room’!
Naturally Badgers are having a party!
In Owl class there will be plenty of art, farewells, reflections … and cake.
We wish everybody a fantastic summer holiday. The whole school would like to wish the Y6 all of the best as the move on to their next school. They should be proud of their achievements!
Friends have a final letter on their page.
Rabbit and Squirrel classes are off to Felixstowe tomorrow on the Victorian seaside holiday experience.
Squirrel class have their class assembly on Friday morning.
Badger and Owl classes are getting mathematical in their investigations of shapes.
Breakfast Club have games and cooking on their agenda.
After School Club are making cheese pasta on Tuesday.
AND it is the School Summer Fair on Friday – the fun starts at 3:30 and you are all invited to join in!
The Breakfast and After School Clubs are getting in the swing of the forthcoming Royal wedding.
Newsletter page has also been updated!
Rabbits are making rhyming word books.
Squirrel class are researching the changes that occur each season.
Badgers are designing, making and flying gliders as part of their science.
The lucky Owl class are revising grammar and number.
In Rabbit class we are writing poems about spring.
The Squirrels are learning to play Victorian games.
Badger class are experimenting and measuring gas in their science lesson.
Owl children are writing playscripts and using graphs.
Want to know more? Look at the newsletter for this week!
We hope that you all enjoyed a great Easter break – and ready for the summer term!
Newsletter, curriculum and class pages all updated.
Rabbits: Reading Rosie’s Walk.
Squirrels: Reading Dear Greenpeace.
Badgers: Finding out about measuring perimeter in maths.
Owls: Measuring, drawing and calculating angles in maths.
Polite reminder that the children will need a PE kit in school every day – and we’re on the field!
Breakfast Club are organising outside games.
After School Club are making pizzas on Tuesday.
Please note that we have updated our Curriculum Pages with the planning, including the homework, for this term.