Today for Values day, we heard the story of Tiddler, the story telling fish. We talked about how being honest is very important. We made our own little Tiddlers to hang on our class Values tree to remind us to always tell the truth.
We have had a very busy week practising our class assembly ready to show you tomorrow. We look forward to seeing parents, family and friends in the hall in the morning! Many thanks Mrs. Phoenix
Please don’t forget your wellies tomorrow and be dressed ready in you old trousers so we can spend as much time as possible having fun in the forest school. Wellies can also be left in school in a bag with your name on if you wish. Many thanks Mrs Phoenix and Mrs Jones.
Hope you have all had a fantastic Easter holiday. We are looking forward to the new term and have been in setting up and replenishing our indoor and outdoor environment ready to learn and play tomorrow! We can’t wait to hear all about you news! See you in the morning! Mrs. Phoenix, Mrs. Broadhurst and … Read more…
Please note that from Tuesday 30th April the cost of infant school dinners will rise to £2.40 per day, £12 per week. The cost of junior dinners remains unchanged. Thank you
Please see the attached information regarding changes to free school meals. If you access free school meals, or think you may be entitled, please ensure that you read this. Thank you. Free-school-meals-FAQs-for-parents.pdf
Children are allowed to come to school each ‘Welly Wednesday’ dressed in old trousers so we can get nice and muddy!😃 Wellies can also be left in school if you wish. Many thanks Mrs. Jones and Mrs Phoenix
Children have come home with a note explaining about our class Easter challenge to decorate a small egg. This can be a hard boiled egg, polystyrene egg, clay egg etc…..the choice is yours! Please have lots of fun creating your egg and bring it in to show us by next Thursday. There may be an … Read more…