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In the eyes of God, every child matters, every moment of every day

In the eyes of God, every child matters, every moment of every day


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  • 15th July 2022

    Published 15/07/22, by Kate Woodward

    Talk homework:

    Splash Splash Water Exploration on Monday.  Children arrive in school uniform then change into some clothes they don't mind getting wet.

    Reception Talent Show on TUESDAY! Talk to your child about what they would like to perform (if they'd like to perform). They do not have to perform if they would prefer to be a supportive audience member.

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  • 8th July 2022

    Published 08/07/22, by Kate Woodward

    Talk Homework: On Tuesday 19th July, we will be having a EYFS Talent show. Please could you assist your child in selecting a talent and rehearsing a piece to perform. They may bring in props, equipment and costumes to enhance their piece. This is just for fun so if they are really not keen that is absolutely fine. They may buddy up with others if they like.

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  • 1st July 2022

    Published 01/07/22, by Kate Woodward

    As well as reading at least 3 times a week and recording in diaries, please help you child to learn this song which we will be singing for the Year 6 leavers. We are not doing the rap bit, just the vocals.


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  • 30th June 2022

    Published 30/06/22, by Kate Woodward

    Physics day

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  • 29th June 2022

    Published 29/06/22, by Kate Woodward

    Day 3 Science Week

    "I liked the dinosaur surprise. I learned the dinosaur names and I liked the show." - Delilah

    "I liked the dome because I like the dinosaurs."-Jack

    "I learned that dinosaurs weren't alive when we were and I liked the bit when it went dark." - Millie

    "I liked the dome and the dinosaurs." -- Billy

    "I liked making the boats." -- Willow

    "I liked the Jelly Baby experiment. My boat floated!" -- Emily H

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  • 28th June 2022

    Published 28/06/22, by Kate Woodward

    Chemistry Day

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  • 27th June 2022

    Published 28/06/22, by Kate Woodward

    Science Week Day 1 Biology Day

    "I enjoyed making the flowers!" - Charlie

    "I enjoyed the assembly when Mrs Tarpey had the fish fly over us." - Mia

    "I enjoyed when they put the bag of water over Reception.  I  thought that it was going to tip out!" - Millie

    "I liked when Mr Palmer popped the balloon in assembly." - Mason

    "When they were getting the fish out, I knew how they moved it because the automatic electricity moved the fish and electricity in the controller made the fish do what they wanted it to do."-Jonathan

    "I liked when Mrs Tarpey made the gloop." - Willow

    "I liked  when they made the lava lamp!" - Rohan P.

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  • 24th June 2022

    Published 24/06/22, by Kate Woodward

    Talk homework:

    Next week will be Science Week. We will be exploring the following scientific strands: Biology, Chemistry and Physics. Can you do a scientific experiment at home and think of a way to share it with the class? You can create a poster or even a video, which you can email to the school. We look forward to seeing your experiments!

    Please continue to read with your child a minimum of 3 times per week.

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  • 17th June 2022

    Published 17/06/22, by Kate Woodward

    Talk Homework- Where in the world is China and what is it like there? 

    Reading at least three times a week please.

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  • 10th June 2022

    Published 10/06/22, by Kate Woodward

    Talk homework- Where in the world is Australia and what is it like? Use maps, atlases, Google Earth. Learn about the wildlife, lifestyle, culture and geography,

    Reading at least 3 times a week.

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  • 27th May 2022

    Published 27/05/22, by Kate Woodward

    Homework: Reading at least 3 times a week.

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  • 20th May 2022

    Published 20/05/22, by Kate Woodward

    Talk homework: What is an arachnid? 

    Reading with an adult at least three times a week and record in the diary.

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