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13 08, 2019

All Stars Cricket 2019

By |2019-11-22T14:19:08+00:00August 13th, 2019|Reception 2018-19, Sport, Sports News Blog, Year 1 2018-19, Year 2 2018-19, Year 3/4 2018-19|

As well as continuing to participate in cricket competitions with children in Key stage two, this year we introduced the game of cricket to the children in Early years and Key stage one.

As part of developing our links with the Surrey Cricket Foundation, over 40 girls and boys took part in the ECB initiative ‘All […]

3 05, 2019

Phonics Meeting

By |2019-11-22T14:19:43+00:00May 3rd, 2019|Language, Oracy & Literacy Blog, Year 1 2018-19|

Thank you for attending the curriculum meeting this week on the phonics screening check. As we said in the meeting we want this to be as stress free for the children as possible!

You can best help your child by reading 10 minutes each day with them, focusing on the segmenting and blending of words.

The […]

26 04, 2019

Spring Celebration

By |2019-11-22T14:19:43+00:00April 26th, 2019|Outdoor Learning, Wild things, Year 1 2018-19, Year 5 2018-19|

Today the children shared their achievements during their time at Wild Things with their parents.  We have observed so much engagement and kindness towards each other and the garden over the last term and we celebrated today by making, baking and eating pizza  and creating window boxes from the herbs Year 5 had nurtured since […]

20 03, 2019

Watch our orchestral piece! Where The Wild Things Are pt2

By |2019-11-22T14:19:45+00:00March 20th, 2019|Music, Year 1 2018-19|

We completed our piece of music to a accompany part of the story from ‘Where the Wild Things Are’.

Our music depicts the following scene (with a bit of our own imagination)….

Max has been told off by his Mum, he stomps up the stairs and slams his door. As he does, vines begin to grow on […]

14 03, 2019

Wild Things Orchestra

By |2019-11-22T14:19:46+00:00March 14th, 2019|Music, Year 1 2018-19|

In Year 1 we have been sorting instruments into their material groups (metal, wood etc). The children enjoyed identifying the different instruments and came up with their own group of instruments… animal skin/bone.

We then looked at an orchestra and looked at the families of instruments. Using this information, we created our own orchestra, using our […]