Reception have been busy putting their learning into practice whilst staying at home.
The children have enjoyed learning about the story ‘What The Ladybird Heard’ which can be seen through the fantastic pictures sent in by their parents.
A big thank you and well done to all t...
We are missing the smiley faces of all the Reception children but are excited and pleased to know, even though the class doors are closed, the doors for learning will always been open!
We would like to thank all the parents/carers/families for supporting their children during these uncertain time...
So all the teachers know how much all the children love books... what better way to celebrate this by dressing up as our favourite book characters!
We enjoyed sharing our favourite books with our class mates and teachers.
We shared our costume choices and drew pictures of these (m...
It has been such an exciting start to the week in Reception! WE WENT ON OUR SCHOOL TRIP!
We went to Rochester Cathedral to see the Moon!
Now that is exciting!
We used our tiny walking feet to get to the train station. Yes you read that right, we went on the
The train journe...
Well what a fluffy week it has been! Our first week back after half term and we had the chance to eat pancakes (well after learning the importance of them during Lent).
This week in R.E. we have been learning about the Easter story and why we eat pancakes on Shrove Tuesday (also known as Pan...
What a sticky week we have had!
We have learnt that glue mixed with water and put onto newspaper strips makes paper mache... which hardens when it dries! How fascinating!
As part of our learning of Space, we took a journey into our solar system... yes we actually got to hold each planet - well...
What a fantastic day Reception have had today - a great way to start the new year!
Reception have been alerted to a mysterious problem, something had crashed in the Reception garden over the half term!
I wonder what it could be?
"The silver strips look like an o...
WOW! What an exciting week it has been in Reception, not only are we going to our first Christingle service but we also preformed our first nativity!!
After weeks of rehearsing the big day was finally here!
We all got dressed up in our costumes (even our teachers dressed up) and warm...
The school’s Christian values of love, honesty and respect are well expressed through its caring atmosphere. This impacts positively on the strong sense of belonging and supporting relationships evident across the school.
Teachers inspire pupils to learn.
Teachers model skills effectively across the curriculum and instil a desire to succeed.
There us a culture of aspiration and improvement across the school.
Relationships are strong and pupils’ good behaviour is reflected in a happy and caring atmosphere, with attendance that is well above the national average.
Provision for pupils who speak English as an additional language is strong.