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Woodland Art by Yr 3

Year 3 went to the woodland garden today and created woodland art in the garden by gather together pieces of nature and arranging them to form these beautiful pieces.

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Emotional Well-being Projects

All the children came into school this week and took part in emotional well- being projects that were designed to get them working as a team again following the school closure period. Children have been outside in the fresh air taking part in a whole range of projects. Den building, assault courses, bird feeders, making […]

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Welcome Back

A big welcome back to all our children who returned to school this week following the 6 week school closure period. It was lovely to see all of your happy smiley faces again.

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Art Competition

Thank you to all the children working at home and at school who entered the “Under The Sea” art competition. The entries were all very creative and you have all used a wide variety of artistic mediums to create your pictures. All of the winners have been contacted directly and they have all won a […]

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Children Learn Remotely

Teachers are now keeping in touch with children using a variety of approaches; live teaching via Zoom, recorded teaching using Loom. Well done children and parents for working through this and completing your work. Don’t forget to email work back to your teacher for marking.

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School Opens/School Closes

School opened on 4th January only for it to close on the same night, as the Prime Minister closed all schools across the country for the 3rd Lockdown in COVID. Remote learning will resume on Thursday for all children except Pre-school, vulnerable children and those of key workers.

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PTFA Christmas Raffle

A big thank you to the PTFA for providing the children with a Christmas raffle this year. All the children had a prize and there was one major prize for each year group. It was enjoyed by everyone.

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Carols at Hometime

Mr Wilkins wheeled the piano into the playground and played a whole host of Christmas songs as the parents arrived to collect their children. Children sang carols as they left their classroom and the villagers commented on how lovely the singing sounded. A good start to Christmas and very festive. Well done everyone.

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