I hope you've all had a great summer and are relaxed and refreshed and ready for a new year at school.
There are some big changes to our classroom this year. The long awaited door and stairs have been installed over the holidays and they look amazing. This means some of the furniture has had to move around in the Centre rooms. We will all be looking for things all term!
We have lots of learning and fun experiences to look forward to this term, both in the Centre and with our year group classes.
We are looking forward to seeing you all after the holiday. Remember, it is normal to feel nervous coming back into school. Even teachers feel nervous! We will all be there for you and help you to have a great first day back.
October 26th 2023.
We have started the school year with a BANG! Not literally! Although when we made George's Marvellous Medicine, I was a little nervous.
It has been great to welcome new pupils into the Centre, and as usual, to watch all 'the oldies' making them feel welcome.
We have been very busy learning in our classes and the Centre about evacuees (Year 5) We loved being evacuated on a steam train with the Y5 class. Year 6 have been learning all about the Amazon Rainforest. Also, they have been taking on lots of extra responsibilities, such as computer ambassadors, school and eco council, being in the 'Open The Book' service, selling poppies around school and generally being really mature. Year 4 have been learning all about Ancient Egypt. Mummification has been very interesting, particularly the role-plays! Year 2 have been so busy exploring 'The Great Fire of London.' We have been using small world toys to find out why the fire spread so quickly.
We've really enjoyed being in lots of extra-curricular clubs-netball, football, choir and chess. Also, we had the opportunity to perform as part of 'I Sing Pop' and of course, we had a great day at Ernest Cook Trust in the forest.