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Class R/1

Welcome back to school. We are so proud of the way the children have quickly settled back into routines. Our topic this term is 'Growing', which links to R.E., Forest School, Science and P.S.H.E. We have planned lots of great activities, both in the classroom and outside areas. Homework has resumed with an emphasis on wellbeing, as well as core skills such as handwriting, reading and number.

Forest School is now on Tuesday, so don't forget to bring your wellies and practical clothes. 

Happy Spring term,

Mrs Park, Mrs Knott, Mrs Grafton and Mrs Harrison.






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These images show the progression of the pencil grip. Please encourage your child to try their best to use the final tripod grip.

Collective Worship in the shade of the tree.

Using all our senses to search for signs of Summer in Forest School

 A warm welcome to both new and existing children and their families.


We are pleased to welcome Layla, Annie-Rose, Bobby, Oscar, Sebby, Sam, Thea, Sienna and Tiffany to our Reception/Year One class.


We start the year with a theme of "New Beginnings" where our focus is on settling in, exploring the activities whilst feeling secure and nurtured in class. 


We will be starting with two special books: "While We Can't Hug" by Eoin McLaughlin and "Mrs Noah's Pockets" by Jackie Morris. These beautifully illustrated books will provide us with lots of opportunities to chat about our feelings as well as ideas for linking Art, D&T and Literacy.


Mrs Knott and Mrs Park