Forest School – Reception Class

Reception have been retelling the story of the Little Red Hen in the woods today. Here they are pretending to be the cow, the rat and the cat out of the story. We used our storytelling board to help us remember the words.

Book Bench Update

Our book bench is looking fantastic thanks to the lovely handprints of our children. We are now at the point where we can begin painting the front of the bench after half term.

Y3, 4, 5, 6 Parents/Carers

On Monday 25th February, we will be joined by PC Griffiths from Staffordshire Police who will be delivering workshops to our KS2 classes around children’s online safety. PC Griffiths works specifically in Stoke on Trent North and is involved with safeguarding against Gangs and CSE. Although she isn’t coming into school to specifically talk about […]

Mystery Reader in Nursery

Thank you to Edie’s mummy who has been in to nursery as the mystery reader today. We listened to the story ‘The Dinosaur who Lost his Roar’ and ‘All in one piece’. The children loved the stories and look forward to seeing who is coming after half-term!  

Bread Art in Reception

Continuing with out Little Red Hen theme, Reception have been experimenting with their art skills by painting bread today. As you can see they have created some beautiful designs.

Artist of the Term – Martin Bullinya Y2

Today, we learnt about our ‘Artist of the Term’ who is called Martin Bullinya. We learnt information about him such as that he was born in Kenya and that he likes to use bright colours and charcoal when he designs. We then worked in groups to think about colour and pattern and began to design […]

Valentine’s Day in Nursery

The children have enjoyed learning about the story of St Valentine today, they have talked about who they love and made a special treat for the people we love. We hope you like your surprises!

Y4 Valentine’s Day French

Year 4 are creating hearts containing all of their favourite things in French. They are using dictionaries and the iPads to find the translations.