Home Learning 4th June 2020
Gemma Pawson
03 Jun 2020
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Gemma Pawson
02 Jun 2020
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Gemma Pawson
02 Jun 2020
Home Learning 1st June 2020
Gemma Pawson
01 Jun 2020
Home Learning 22nd May 2020
Gemma Pawson
21 May 2020
Home Learning 21st May 2020
Gemma Pawson
20 May 2020
Home Learning 20th May 2020
Gemma Pawson
19 May 2020
Home Learning 19th May 2020
Gemma Pawson
18 May 2020
Hairy Maclary
Acorn Class
18 May 2020
Home Learning 18th May 2020
Gemma Pawson
18 May 2020
Staying Safe Online
Gemma Pawson
15 May 2020
Home Learning 15th May 2020
Gemma Pawson
14 May 2020
Home Learning 14th May 2020
Gemma Pawson
13 May 2020
Home Learning 13th May 2020
Gemma Pawson
12 May 2020
Home Learning 12th May 2020
Gemma Pawson
12 May 2020
Home Learning 11th May 2020
Gemma Pawson
11 May 2020
Home Learning 7th May 2020
Gemma Pawson
06 May 2020
Home Learning 6th May 2020
Gemma Pawson
05 May 2020
Hello from Mrs Taylor
Mrs Wolfe
05 May 2020
Home Learning 5th May 2020
Gemma Pawson
04 May 2020
Home Learning 4th May 2020
Gemma Pawson
03 May 2020
Home Learning 1st May 2020
Gemma Pawson
01 May 2020
Home Learning 30th April 2020
Gemma Pawson
29 Apr 2020
Home Learning 29th April 2020
Gemma Pawson
28 Apr 2020
Home Learning 28th April 2020
Gemma Pawson
27 Apr 2020
Home Learning 27th April 2020
Gemma Pawson
27 Apr 2020
Daily Update - Monday 27th April
27 Apr 2020
Home Learning 24th April 2020
Gemma Pawson
23 Apr 2020
Home Learning 23rd April 2020
Gemma Pawson
22 Apr 2020
Home Learning 22nd April 2020
Gemma Pawson
21 Apr 2020
Exciting Two Week History Project!
Mrs Wolfe
21 Apr 2020
Home Learning 21st April 2020
Gemma Pawson
21 Apr 2020
Easter Holidays
03 Apr 2020
Home Learning 3rd April 2020
Gemma Pawson
03 Apr 2020
Hattie Peck
Gemma Pawson
02 Apr 2020
Home Learning 2nd April 2020
Gemma Pawson
02 Apr 2020
Home Learning 1st April 2020
Gemma Pawson
01 Apr 2020
Home Learning 31st March 2020
Gemma Pawson
31 Mar 2020
Home Learning 30th March 2020
Mrs Pawson
30 Mar 2020
Home Learning 27th March 2020
Gemma Pawson
27 Mar 2020
Home Learning 26th March 2020
Gemma Pawson
25 Mar 2020
Home Learning 26th March 2020
Gemma Pawson
25 Mar 2020
Home Learning 25th March 2020
Gemma Pawson
25 Mar 2020
Home Learning 24/3/20
Gemma Pawson
24 Mar 2020
Home learning timetable
Gemma Pawson
24 Mar 2020
Weekly news update 12th March
Mrs Gemma Pawson
12 Mar 2020
Weekly update 5th March
Mrs Pawson
05 Mar 2020
Weekly update 28th February 2020
Mrs Pawson
27 Feb 2020
Weekly update
Mrs Pawson
13 Feb 2020
Weekly update 6th February
Mrs Pawson
06 Feb 2020
Weekly update 30th January 2020
Mrs Pawson
30 Jan 2020
Class update 23rd January
Mrs Pawson
23 Jan 2020
Weekly newsletter 16th January 2020
Mrs Pawson
16 Jan 2020
Start of term update January 2020
Mrs Pawson
09 Jan 2020
Weekly update December 19th
Mrs Pawson and Miss Oates
19 Dec 2019
Weekly Update - 12th December 2019
Miss Oates and Mrs Pawson
12 Dec 2019
Weekly Update - 5th December 2019
Miss Oates and Mrs Pawson
05 Dec 2019
Nativity 2019
28 Nov 2019
Weekly Update - 28th November
Miss Oates and Mrs Pawson
28 Nov 2019
Weekly Update - 21st November 2019
Miss Oates and Mrs Pawson
21 Nov 2019
Weekly update 14th November
Mrs Pawson and Miss Oates
14 Nov 2019
Weekly Update - 7th November
Miss Oates and Mrs Pawson
07 Nov 2019
Weekly update 24th October
Mrs Pawson and Miss Oates
24 Oct 2019
Weekly Update - 17th October 2019
Miss Oates and Mrs Pawson
17 Oct 2019
Weekly update 10th October
Mrs Pawson and Miss Oates
10 Oct 2019
Weekly update 3rd October
Mrs Pawson and Miss Oates
03 Oct 2019
Weekly update - 26th September 2019
Miss Oates and Mrs Pawson
25 Sep 2019
Weekly Update - 19th September 2019
Miss Oates and Mrs Pawson
19 Sep 2019
Weekly update 12th September
Mrs Pawson and Miss Oates
12 Sep 2019
Autumn 1 Newletter
Mr Rutter
05 Sep 2019


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Spring 1 newsletter

Mrs Pawson and Miss Oates - 10 Jan 2019

A very happy new year to you all! We hope that you have all had a wonderful Christmas and new year, we have really enjoyed listening to all of the adventures that the children have been sharing with us. We are very pleased to hear that Father Christmas stopped off at so many houses and seems to have left lots of exciting treats behind. The children have made us all giggle with their stories!

We would both like to say how very proud of the children we were in the run up to the end of term, we were busy right up to the very last minute, we literally ran out of time for all of our adventures. It was great to share the end of term service in Church with so many of our friends and family, what a fantastic end to our very first term at school.

We are off to a flying start for 2019 ! We have had a move around and a bit of a shake up in our indoor classroom and we think that the weather has moved things around for us outside!  We make changes every week to the resources and provocations that we set up for the children but a new term is a good time to change things a bit more. We have put a range of new ‘real’ resources in our home area, glass jars, knives and forks, vases and china plates to mention just a few. We want to show the children that we trust them to take care of their things and to help develop a higher level of care and respect. We believe that this is very important, we know that there might be a few breakages (there always is in a real home). We have talked with the children about how we will sort out any breakages, this is an important life skill.We have a few new loose parts, which we are excited to see what they become and a cosy reading area. 
We have been spending as much time as possible outside in the wildlife area or our outside classroom, even the rain proved exciting and we used the puddles to help us with some water colour paintings. We  build so many skills and  learning styles whilst playing and learning outside, the children are highly engaged with the outside world and motivated to learn in different ways.
With this in mind we would like to request that children bring outdoor learning clothes with them everyday. A pair of waterproof trousers and a waterproof coat, along with warm gloves, socks, hat and scarf are essential. Some children do not have a pair of welly boots or a outdoor coat, we have a few spares but not enough boots of the right size for everyone. Thank you for your help with this, we know that keeping track of uniform can be quite tricky.

We continue with our learning journey photo wall, which is great fun to talk about with the children, do pop in and see it. Last terms is full to bursting and we have plans to take over a new wall for the Spring Term. Watch as the photographs and captions appear. 
In phonics we continue to discover sounds and words in phase three, whilst making sure we use all of the sounds and words we have learnt so far. There are lots to learn and we love using them in our reading and writing. We have a brand new message box and a lovely red postbox in class as we like to send each other letters and messages using our sounds and writing. 
In maths we have started the term by looking at number, we have especially been thinking about counting backwards from different numbers this week, the puddles have been a great source of counting fun and problem solving. As often happens we have also been spotting lots of shapes, doing some measuring, estimating... maths is literally everywhere!


During collective worship this term we are looking at the life of Jesus and the things we can learn from his teachings. This week we have been thinking about ‘Who is Jesus?’ and ‘What do we already know about him?’ We have looked at Epiphany and the special gifts Jesus brings to our lives. Our Friday wonder is: ‘I wonder what gifts you might bring to our school?’ Our whole school celebration assembly continues to be on a Friday at 3pm (starting tomorrow 11th January), please join us when you can. Certificates and ‘star of the week’ will resume next week.

Finally we would like to thank parents for their donations of spare clothing. We have also bought several sets of spare items in the last term, however we have totally run out of tights, leggings and pants.If you have any school spares at home could we ask them to be returned please, the children need them when accidents of any nature occur. Thank you.

We are very excited about the next term, we are busy planning our next trip (the children have lots of ideas) as well as many adventures in school. We will let you know all about them on the website. If you have any questions please always ask us, we both love to talk about the children, their adventures and learning. Thank you for your continued support and for such great children to work with, we are privileged!
 
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