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Last day: Bring a carrier bag


It would be very helpful if tomorrow, the children could bring in a named carrier bag/bag for life. We always have lots of cards/calendars/decorations and gifts to give out on the last day and it is easier for staff and children if they have a carrier bag to put the Christmas crafts in.

Thank you!

Miss Latham



Class 1 Christmas decoration competition!

Thank you for the effort you have put into the wooden peg decorations. This year we have received some amazing entries for our class Christmas decoration competition. It was a very hard choice for Mrs Perrin to make, but she chose Violet as 1st place winner and Bonnie as 2nd place.

The decorations have really brightened up our Christmas tree and all of the children have really impressed me with their creative efforts. We will be sending all of the decorations home on the last day for you to keep and add to your ur own trees.

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Christmas dinner day!

We have had a lovely Christmas dinner today thanks to Yvonne and Aimi in the kitchen. The hall was full of Christmas cheer and we loved that some of the children had come dressed for the occasion. It was so nice to be back together for our Christmas tradition after missing it last year. It was just a shame that class 2 couldn’t join us.

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Class 1 and 2 Trip


Just to make parents aware that the Class 1 and Class 2 trip to Liverpool will still be going ahead. Following the recent incident in Liverpool, please be reassured that we have taken this into consideration with our risk assessments. The safety of the children is of the upmost importance to us.

I understand that some parents are also querying the journey length. The coach has toilet facilities and we will be playing games and songs. This trip has been really well received by children in the past.

If you do not wish for your child to attend the trip, there will be provisions made in school and they will need to attend as a normal school day. We do need reply slips back tomorrow at the latest, so that we can ensure we have an adequate number of helpers for the trip.

Hopefully it will be an enjoyable trip for the children.


Miss Latham and Miss Jones




Class 1 Welly Wednesdays

Class 1 enjoyed their very first Forest School session last Wednesday. In the spirit of learning about Bonfire night and how we traditionally spend it, we of course had to enjoy some hot dogs and smores cooked on the fire pit, then we finished off the celebrations with sparklers.

Because of covid, a lot of children hadn’t yet experienced a traditional ‘Bonfire night’, so it was lovely to see the children’s excitement. The children were taught about how to stay safe around the firepit and I was very impressed with their sensible behaviour. We also had time for cooking up concoctions in the mud kitchen and bug hunting with our magnifying glasses.

Next session, the children will be introduced to the wood work tools and how to use these safely, whilst we’ll be using sieves to cook popcorn on the firepit.

Don’t forget to send your child in every Wednesday with warm but old clothes you don’t mind them getting dirty.


Miss Latham

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Class 1 home learning

Happy Thursday!

Please see below the home learning for Class 1 children who are off with covid. Please don’t feel pressured to complete the work if your child is too ill.


Please follow the link to watch the teaching videos. Today you will be learning the letter and sound ‘e’. Join in with any speaking, reading or writing aspects of the videos.

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As a follow up, can you go on a ‘e’ hunt around the house. What objects can you find that start with ‘e’. You could also look through newspapers or magazines and find the letter ‘e’. Can you find and cut out 10?


Please watch the teaching video below and then have a go at the follow up activity.




In class, we have been looking at Bonfire night and the history of why we celebrate it. Can you watch the videos to learn about Bonfire night and then create your own Bonfire night picture. You can use old toilet rolls and cut into them to create different firework shapes. Print them with paint and add glitter if you have it to create those fireworks. Use any materials you can find around the house.



Have a lovely day!

Miss Latham

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