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We are very happy to be back at school after a rather wet and windy Half Term break.


We are excited about our new topic 'Why do ladybirds have spots?' We will be learning about mini beasts and how to look after all animals, including our pets. Zoolab will be visiting us later in the term and we will have the fantastic opportunity to hold some animals.


We are excited about our assembly on Thursday 27th February when we can show you all that we have been learning.




Spring 2 week 1


In literacy this week we will be looking at the book 'A very hungry caterpillar'. 


In maths this week we will be looking at subtraction.

Spring 2 Week 2


In Literacy this week we will be reading the book 'A Bee on a Lark'.


In Maths this week we will be looking at Addition, subtraction and shape

World Book Day 2020


We all had fun dressing up on World Book Day! We had lots and lots of story times throughout the day. 

Picture 1
Picture 2

Spring 1 week 3


In Literacy this week we having been reading the story 'Painting the Loft' and have been writing about our favourite colours.


In Maths we have been looking at both 2D and 3D shapes; discussing their properties and looking at these shapes in the world around us.

This week has also been Science week!


The children have been scientists; making predictions and observing carefully. They have investigated Elsa's ice hands and what happens when you add warm water to Skittles.