We are passionate about learning and growing.
We care and collaborate together
We are ambitious, challenging ourselves to aim high
We enjoy life and every new opportunity
We have inquisitive minds and ask questions
We value and celebrate each other’s strengths and talents
We do our best and never give up
We love learning for life
Welcome to the Reception Class with Mrs Brogan, Mrs Fazackerley and Mrs Blackburn
EYFS trip to Stockley Farm
On Friday 9th May the children in nursery and reception went on their class trip to Stockley Farm. We had a great day and the rain mangaged to stay away for most of the day.
During the day we went on a tractor and did a wildlife walk. We fed the chickens, baby goats and lambs as well as looking at the different animals that live on the farm. We even managed to have a play in the park. we hope you enjoy our pictures of the day.
World Book Day
The children in reception all dressed up as different characters from books for World Book Day. Ebony won the best dressed character and won a £5.00 gift voucher from Mr. Linnett. Well done Ebony.
Following on from our visit from Gauntlet Birds of Prey we have been making some chocolate owl cakes - delicious!
We have been thinking about the birds in winter and how we can help to look after them in our gardens. The children have been thinking about what the birds might need.
Each of the children designed and then made a home for the birds using resources they found in our classroom.
In the Autumn term we looked at the book 'The Leaf Man'. The children used the different things they could find in our school grounds to create their own pictures.
We went for a walk around the school grounds looking for signs of autumn.
We have fun dancing with JanNik Dance in our P.E sessions.
At the beginning of December we visited Timperley Christ Church and met the Reverend Jim Bridgeman, who spoke to us about Advent.
Below is a link to mumsnet regarding information on letters and sounds. The section 'listen to the 44 phonics sounds' will enable you to hear how to pronounce each grapheme.