The children have had a lovely week this week!

1TS & 1HL have enjoyed reading Lost and Found this week, and thinking about the items we would put in our suitcase! We have been focusing on using the word ‘and’ to make our sentences longer and more interesting. In maths, we have finished our work on teen numbers this week- our teachers are so proud of the fantastic job we have done!

1MG have been looking at the multiplication symbol in maths and practising using it in number sentences. In science, we have been thinking about ways to keep our bodies healthy. We have labelled our body parts and talked about the positive effects of exercise on our bodies.

KS1 have been so busy creating our dioramas. We have chosen a habitat and an animal which may live there and then decorated our shoe boxes with paint, tissue paper and even moving parts! We can’t wait to bring home our fantastic work.

Reading Stars

Congratulations to our Reading Stars this half term! Grayson in Year 2 and Violet in Year 1.

Pupil of the Week

1HL – Pupil of the week in 1HL is Rehan for trying his best this week.

1TS – Pupil of the week in 1TS is Mahmoud for creating a fantastic rainforest.

1MG – Pupil of the week in 1MG is Harper for her fantastic effort this week.


Happy Birthday to Lily Ava, Ronnie and Louie.

We hope you have a wonderful day!

School Value awards- Spring term 1

Year 2

Enjoy – Hamza – for enjoying our topic this half term.
Inspire- Harriet – for her fantastic topic work outside of school.
Achieve – Rose- for making great progress in maths

Year 1

Enjoy- Rosie- for enjoying music and creating her own song.
Inspire- Edward – for inspiring others throughout our topic.
Achieve- Layla – for making great progress with her writing.

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