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Florence – Florence is like ray of sunshine every day. She comes into school with a huge smile on her face ready for what the day brings. Florence always gives everything 100% no matter what she does and never gives up.

Theo – for a fantastic improvement in his spellings during the past two weeks. Theo has tried really hard to learn his spellings and his continued effort has paid off. Well done Theo, keep it up.


On Tuesday, KG2 were the best villagers, stars and angels that I have ever seen. Their performances were outstanding and I am proud of each and every one. This did not stop them from trying their best in maths and literacy this week, as well as creating wonderful cards and calendars. Each child has written about their part in the Nativity. There is a display of the beautiful work in our cloakroom. Please feel free to call in to have a look.

Next week, we will continue to complete our Christmas activities. We are also going to the theatre and watch a visiting pantomime.

Thank you for your continued support.

From Mrs Boulton.


Sophia for her beautifully presented writing about her part in the Nativity.


In Literacy we will be looking at a variety of stories, including Christmas stories, Goldilocks and the three bears and Pumpkin soup. We will concentrate on writing independently using full stops, capital letters and spaces between our words.

In Numeracy we will be focusing upon weight, length, height, one more and one less, time and positional language. We will still work on recognising and counting on and back using numbers to 20 and beyond. A priority this term will be to form our numbers and letters correctly.

As Scientists, we will continue to explore seasonal changes.

As Geographers we will discuss the weather around us.

As Historians we will continue to discuss our immediate past: what we have been doing during our holiday and at the weekend.

As Creative Technicianswe will be carving a pumpkin and making pumpkin soup, we will also make porridge. We will have free use of our workshop and be encouraged to create masterpieces including collage, colour mixing and ways to fix objects together.

As Linguists we will continue to learn Spanish over 3 stories: іBien, hoja pequeña! ¿Dónde está Tina? El muñeco de nieve.

As Musicians we will be learning a variety of musical skills through songs/activities/playing percussion instruments. We will be learning songs relating to PSHCE and festivals. We will be performing a Christmas Nativity.

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