Children's Achievements

We have been busy exploring and learning all sorts of things this term.


Here are just a few of our favourites...


We have been hunting for Autumn Treasure during our Forest Friday sessions and thinking about why the things we found are signs of Autumn. 


As part of our work on the story of The Little Red Hen, we made handprint hens and worked hard to cut, stick, draw and paint with a range of media to bring our creations together.


Whilst learning all about the number 6, we spent a lesson thinking about the different ways we could make 6 using 2 different coloured counters. We have also been thinking about 'More' and 'Less' in our maths lessons and have been learning how to use number tracks to help us find one more and one less of each number to 10.


As part of our work on Bonfire Night we made our own rockets and thought of things we'd like to 'Shoot for the Stars' for to achieve this term.


Our PE work this term has been all about developing our control and co-ordination. Over the last couple of weeks we have been practicing different Yoga poses, thinking carefully about the muscles in our bodies and how we can use them to help us balance and develop our strength. We were thrilled to see the progress we made over 3 weeks with lots of us being able to hold balances and positions we found really tricky when we started.


We decorated crosses as part of our work on Remembrance and thought carefully about who we remember and why. Our crosses, along with everyone else's in school, were then taken down to the church to a make a beautiful display for the Remembrance Service. 


Click on the links below to see some pictures of our work.



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Christian Theme of the Month

The Christian theme for this half term is 'Respect'.

"Show proper respect to everyone" Peter 2:17

In school we will be:

Exploring our core school value of Respect.

Encouraging pupils to show respect for themselves, for each other and for everyone we meet.

Exploring how we can respect and celebrate difference.

Parents and carers, please help us at home to support your child in their understanding of the above concepts.