Well done to the boys and girls for looking after their beanstalks at home! We enjoyed measuring them during maths and finding out which one was the tallest. There were some very impressive beanstalks!


The children in Reception have been making a Wormery. They followed instructions on how to make one and needed soil, sand, dead leaves and of course worms! The children are looking forward to looking after their new visitors!


On a weekly basis, four children from Reception will be selected for their fantastic work as well as their kind and helpful behaviour.  To show the children how proud we are of them, these children get to have juice and biscuits with Mr Malik.  You can see who these children are in the gallery bel


This week in Reception, we have been learning all about snails. The boys and girls have enjoyed collecting objects from our outdoor area to make a safe home for snails. We have also had some fantastic independent writing about snail facts.


This week in Reception the boys and girls have been writing instructions on how to make a fruit kebab. The children enjoyed eating their healthy snack at snack time. We also enjoyed reading the story ‘Oliver’s Fruit Salad’ and talking about our favourite fruit. The children planted some strawberry p


Reception had a fantastic day at the farm on Thursday. They carried out a number of activities including holding rabbits and baby chicks, feeding Rocky the Ram and the rest of his friends, grooming Summer the donkey, washing Bob the pig and a very exciting tractor ride to visit the cows and their ca


The boys and girls read the story Oliver’s Vegetables and talked about the vegetables that Oliver tried from his Grandpa’s vegetable patch. The children tried some cooked and raw vegetables and talked about which vegetable was their favourite. We made a tally chart of everyone’s favourite vegetable.


The boys and girls have enjoyed learning about the artist Andy Goldsworthy, we talked about how he uses natural objects to create sculptures. After reading the story ‘What the Ladybird Heard’ we also talked about the natural objects that you would find on a farm. The boys and girls then went outside