We’re excited to announce that from Monday 23rd March Read Write Inc. phonics lessons will be available to watch on YouTube. They will be shown live as follows: Set 1 sounds at 9.30am and 12.30pm. Set 2 sounds at 10.00am and 1.00pm. Set 3 sounds at 10.30 am and 1.30pm. Just click the link below w


Our Forest School would like to share some ideas that might help to inspire you in these difficult times. We know it is vital, to help control the spread of this virus, that as many children as possible should stay at home, this must be the priority.  However that doesn’t mean you can’t still enjoy


Year One have been very busy taking part in lots of different sports activities. As part of Sports Relief, the children danced together to encourage fitness and fun. Everyone enjoyed following the different steps. Some children even had the energy to sing along as well! Also, some children had the o


The children have enjoyed lots of sports this week, ready to celebrate Sports Relief.  On Wednesday afternoon, Liz from Skipping Schools came to teach the whole school some skipping skills. In Reception, we enjoyed playing lots of different games with the ropes. First of all, we jumped, hopped and


This week we have been taking part in sporting activities to celebrate Sports Relief. On Wednesday, we had a visit from a skipping coach. She taught us lots of new techniques for skipping independently, including double bounce, backwards skipping and hopping. All the children tried their hardest and


Year 6 have been working on time this week. Being able to tell the time is a vital life-skill and the children have been thinking about analogue and digital time, the 24-hour clock and timetables. The Year 6 teachers have talked about the importance of being able to use more than just a phone to tel