Ruby was awarded Star of the Week at her Bodyrockers dance class this week.
Well done Ruby!
This week in phonics we’ve been looking at vowel sounds in words. So far we have looked at
ai (as in rain)
ee (as in sheep)
igh (as in light)
oa (as in boat)
oo (as in book but also as in cool)
or (as in fork)
Can you identify the vowel digraphs in these pictures…maybe you could write the words and send me a picture (email@example.com)
Good afternoon, after clearing the snow and ice from the paths, drives and car parks and checking the weather forecast, I am pleased to say we will be open tomorrow. However there will be no after school clubs tomorrow, the school will close at 3pm.
We will have World Book Fancy Dress Day as well tomorrow, a chance for children to dress up as their favourite character from their favourite book. Please ensure the children come to school with hats and gloves as well as a warm coat.
Thank you for your support with all the disruptions.
As part of our continued support for phonics and reading strategies to try at home. EYFS staff will be setting weekly phonics challenges via the website. If you comment or send a photo/message via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) to Miss Salter your child will receive 10 housepoints!
This weeks phonics challenge is below
Look at the pictures – can you identify the sounds in these words? Maybe you could write a list?
After consultation with fellow Headteachers in the local area due to the severe weather forecast and safety of travel for all, I have reluctantly decided to close the School on Thursday 1st March. I apologise for any inconvenience this causes. A text will be sent about Friday 2nd March. Please encourage your child to log onto I am learning, after they have enjoyed the snow.
After an heroic battle by Alan, the parents who helped with clearing the paths and drive and of course the staff who have travelled the width of the county we have managed to have a successful morning of learning. However the forecast has changed and we will be closing the school today from 1pm. We will remain open until parents have made arrangements for collection. Please collect from the usual playground doors.
Class 16 had a great time on Friday afternoon. We used the new tennis equipment to learn new skills required to play a game. The children particularly enjoyed a balance game with a twist; they had move around with a ball balanced on racket whilst other children tried to knock their balls off balance! Great work class 16, I’m sure we do have England’s next number 1 tennis player!