Admin, Class 6

W/C 24th May 2021

And just like that, Miss Field SATS are over – HURRAH.

The children have worked their socks off this week and we are all so proud of them. They could not contain their excitement to do a run through of the End of Year Production – they should have brought their scripts home to practise over the half-term. When they come back after their rest, there will be lots of singing and dancing – we cannot wait to get stuck in!

To congratulate the children for their hard work this week, we watched a movie with popcorn – it was such a lovely way to unwind.

Learner of the week went to all of class 6 for trying to achieve their personal best in their assessments.

Please make sure you have a rest over the break. The children know that they need to start learning their lines too – happy reading.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for your support so far this year!



We have had another busy week in Class R! This week we were looking at the book Spinderella ( a spider who wants to learn to count for her football team) by Julia Donaldson. We have been adding and halving spiders and playing football and tallying the goals scored. We also acted out the story, which contained lots of fantastic maths language. We used the chrome books to help with our independent learning.

Next week we are really lucky to have an author, Laurie Newman, to come and read her story all about Jessie the Jellyfish. It has a great conservation theme and will fit perfectly with our next term’s topic all about sea life. I also taught Laurie at the Priory School! On Wednesday the children will be doing a craft workshop around this theme and we have been asked if the children can bring in 3/4 unrecyclable bits of plastic (crisp packets/chocolate bar wrappers/vegetable packs etc.) It promises to be an exciting week!

Our Learners of the Week last week were Evie and Lucy S, who always try their very best and show a fantastic attitude to learning. (Sorry, I forgot to put it on the blog).

Our Learner of the Week this week is Patrick, who is trying really hard with his reading – well done, Patrick.

We have been busy watching our plants grow. Our caterpillars have now turned into chrysalis..
Sebby made a fantastic symmetrical butterfly in Let’s Explore.
So did Lucy S.
Looking in our wormery.
Halving with our spiders.



What a busy but lovely week we have had! In our role play we have had a Christmas post office theme and have been writing letters, making envelopes and cards and have been estimating which presents are the heaviest and lightest. In PE, we have been thinking about moving over, under and through. Some pictures are below.

We have also been putting Christmas baubles into size order and sorting christmas decorations. To top it all, we had a lovely christmas lunch complete with crackers!

Next week will be just as busy I suspect. We have a christmas panto and school Nativity to watch, as well as lots of christmassy maths and word building.

Admin, Reception

We have had a great first week back at school – learning the routines of school and making new friends. Thank you so much for bearing with us whilst we tried to make the drop off and pick up arrangements work. Drop off and pick up times will remain the same next week.

This week we will be learning all about The Little Red Hen – learning the story, acting it out, and using a programmable toy to move to the different characters.

As you may have read in the newsletter, we are intending to hold a welcome service for children in Year R this Friday, 2nd October at 9:45am. Further details will be given early next week. This will be a short service, when each child will be given a prayer book to welcome them into our school family.

Have a lovely weekend. I look forward to seeing you all again on Monday.


Good morning! Here are activities for today.

I will continue with activities for the rest of the week, so do please carry on doing them. Also if you could carry on with words and reading over the holidays that would be fantastic – it really does make a difference.

Thank you for the gift vouchers that you kindly gave us all – we shall certainly enjoy a lovely treat!


I hope that you all had a lovely weekend in the sunshine.

This is sadly the last week that I will see the children before we break up for the Summer holidays.

I have absolutely loved teaching your children this year – it’s such a shame that it was cut short.

I realise that you may be anxious about next year so have made a transition sheet which is attached, to try to help your child to prepare for next year.

Thank you for a lovely year everyone and enjoy your Summer Holidays. xxx

Here are some activities for tomorrow.


Good morning everyone. I hope that you had a lovely weekend.

This week we are doing lots of work all about pirates.

On Wednesday and Thursday we will have a Pirate Day when you may come to school dressed as a pirate. Please do not bring any accessories such as swords or cutlasses! Do not worry if you have not got a costume – a plain t shirt and shorts will be fine.

This week is also Arts Week and our chosen area is the Carribean.

I attach some ideas below – pick and choose what you like during the week. You can also do some pirate arts and crafts too if you like.

Have fun!!


Some more jokes to keep you smiling!

What is orange and sounds like a parrot?

A carrot!

From Lily S

And some jokes from Eva:

What is a cat’s favourite colour?    Puuuuurple!

Who said “knickers” to the Big Bad Wolf?

Little Rude Riding Hood!

Why did the banana go to the doctor?

Because he wasn’t peeling well!

Thanks girls!