School Reopens On Monday 18th March

Good News!

Despite the rain, the workmen have managed to make the roof safe.

School will reopen to all pupils on Monday 18th March.

We will have our own Red Nose Day on Friday 22nd March and Y2E’s class assembly will be rescheduled.

All events planned for this week will go ahead (Music Festival for Year 2 and the choir).

Thank you for you patience and understanding.

Looking forward to seeing you all on Monday.

YRP’s Visit to the School Kitchen

As part of our topic ‘People who help us’, each Reception class visited the school kitchen to find out how our lunches are made. The children were greeted by our cook Mrs Seales, and were shown around the busy kitchen. The children watched as the jacket potatoes were cooked, the pizzas were prepared and the sandwiches made.

The children particularly enjoyed going into the chiller!

Looking at all the ingredients.

Looking at the big mixer.

YRP enjoying the chiller

Looking at the big mixer.

2018 Christmas Shoe Box Appeal

 

Recently, children brought home leaflets for the Christmas Child Shoe Box appeal.  We look forward to receiving filled shoe boxes donated to this wonderful charity.

If you are not able to fill a shoebox but would like to make a contribution towards one – please just send in the items with your child and we will fill shoe boxes with donated items.

Follow this link for ideas about what to include in your donated items.

Samaritans Purse – What Goes in My Shoebox

 

Potion Making in Class YRR!

This week our class celebrated Halloween by making a magical potion! All the children loved discussing what we could put their potion and were amazed when our potion started to bubble!

“The potion has changed now”    “It looks like milkshake”   “I would put spiders in my potion!”

“It’s getting bigger!”

A new member of YRP

YRP were so happy to welcome a new member of the class.  Please meet Freddy Bear.  he is our class bear and the children were so excited to meet him.

After lots of discussion, the children chose their new bear and decided on his outfits.

Mrs Ratcliffe brought him in to the class where he was immediately made to feel welcome.
Over the next few months, Freddy will be visiting each child’s home and enjoying some new adventures.  We can’t wait to find out what he has been up to!

Porridge tasting

The children in Reception have been listening to the story of Goldilocks and the three bears.

The teachers have been so impressed with their story language when retelling the story.  At the end of the week the children were able to taste some porridge.  Yum Yum!