A very merry NativityĀ 

There is nothing quite like an infant Nativity to give you that festive feeling and get you in the mood for Christmas, and this week saw our Reception production of ‘The Nativity’. The children looked absolutely amazing in their costumes, were in fine singing voice and the children who had lines to speak did so loudly and clearly. We really couldn’t be more proud of them all, in both the dress rehearsal to the rest of the school and then the final production to our parents and carers.Well done Reception, you are all stars šŸŒŸ. 

Also a big thank you to parents and carers for all your support with costumes and helping to learn speaking parts.

Finally, the Reception team would like to wish you all a magical and fun-filled Christmas šŸŽ„ and we look forward to welcoming you back in the new year. 

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Preparations are well and truly underway for Year 3s Dog Trust Charity Afternoon!

Class 7 have begun to make the dog biscuirs that we hope we can sell next Tuesday afternoon. Can you spot the teamwork, communication and, not to mention, the hard work that has gone in to our batch of yummy doggie biscuits?

The children worked very well in groups to produce their biscuits ā€“ some may have looked ā€˜interestingā€™ but Iā€™m sure the dogs wonā€™t mind!

Please join us next Tuesday afternoon where we hope to raise some money with your kind donations!

Fingers crossed for a successful event!



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Frosty morningsĀ 

Reception love frosty mornings, and last week we deserted the warmth of the classrooms to go and explore the frost.  We had lots of fun making footprints in the grass and listening for the crunching sound under our feet. We enjoyed exploring the frost and using magnifying glasses to look at the different shapes and patterns. The children also had a chance to practise their name writing skills on the frosty grass and surfaces!

Family Tree Afternoon


Last Wednesday we had our first Reception family tree afternoon where family members joined our Reception children in the hall to talk about and share photographs of their families. Every child had a leaf to put their photographs on and spent the afternoon busily cutting and sticking special people to put on their leaves.  The leaves have now been added to our own school family tree and displayed in the entrance to our Reception corridor. Thank you to everyone for sending in photographs to make the afternoon so special and to those who were able to join us.