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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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  • Friday 30th June 2023

    Published 30/06/23, by Susan Tarpey

    Talk Homework: Revise telling the time with your family and friends!

    Spellings: happiest, happier, happiness, watched, excitement, laughed

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  • Friday 23rd June 2023

    Published 23/06/23, by Susan Tarpey

    Spellings: like, when, saw, whole, some, why, went

    Please spend time enjoying some more science this weekend! Maybe you would like to watch a few videos with your family and friends--

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  • Friday 26th May 2023

    Published 26/05/23, by Susan Tarpey

    Spellings: jelly, giraffe, hedge, jump, jewel, badger

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  • Friday 19th May 2023

    Published 19/05/23, by Susan Tarpey

    Spellings: they, when, beautiful, saw, because, could

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  • Friday 12th May

    Published 12/05/23, by Joshua Palmer

    In PE this week we have been looking at travelling across apparatus. This included, sliding, spinning and jumping. Olivia and Matilda really enjoyed their lesson, learning how to land safely.

    Shruthi - "I enjoyed art when we used paint to help create texture on our picture"

    Mila "I enjoyed art when we drew our workhouses. We looked at cross-hatching and shading using pencil"

    Matilda "I enjoyed maths doing adding and subtraction" We used different methods thinking carefully about our tens and ones.

    In English this week we have been designing a travelling machine for Zeraffa the Giraffa. The children's imaginations have been going wild, and they have been extremely inventive with their designs. 

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  • Friday 5th May

    Published 05/05/23, by Joshua Palmer

    Spellings: whole, clothes, people, water, beautiful

    The children have had a fantastic afternoon today taking part in the Coronation celebrations. Lunch unfortunately had to take place inside as the weather was a little temperamental. Nevertheless, there was a real party atmosphere in the hall and the children enjoyed their picnic lunch, sharing platter with their classmates. After lunch the weather improved, and it was straight outside! All the children sang the coronation song and watched a dance performed by year 1 and a song performed by reception. There was then crown making, face painting and other activities available for the children to choose from. Fun was had by all!

    In art and science this week the children have been looking at tomato plants. They have drawn the plant and labelled its parts.

    This week in maths the children have started looking at pictograms, paying particular attention to their keys. The children collected data about their favourite colours and then created a pictogram to show their results.

    In PE this week the children were looking at travelling. They used the apparatus and investigated different ways that they could travel along, under, through it. 

    In English, the children have been thinking about their senses and how they can use them to improve their descriptive writing.  

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  • Friday 28th April 2023

    Published 28/04/23, by Susan Tarpey

    Spellings: first, search, humour, term, turn

    Twig Reporter:

    Talk Homework: Please practise our Coronation Song- see attachments

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  • Friday 21st April 2023

    Published 21/04/23, by Susan Tarpey

    Talk Homework: How can we reduce the amount of plastic we bring into school? Can you make any snack swaps that have no plastic?

    Spellings: because, beautiful, when, where, was, here

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  • Friday 31st March 2023

    Published 31/03/23, by Susan Tarpey

    Spellings: napped, dragged, dropped, patted, clapped

    Talk Homework: Can you recall the Easter story?

    Science: Please feel free to enjoy these fantastic science videos

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  • Friday 24th March 2023

    Published 24/03/23, by Susan Tarpey

    Spellings: hoped, safer, largest, nicer, closest

    Talk Homework: Can you draw a portrait of someone in your family?

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  • Friday 17th March 2023

    Published 17/03/23, by Susan Tarpey

    Spellings: wrong, write, wrap, wrote, wriggle

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