Our trip to Tatton Park

We had an amazing time on our trip to Tatton Park. It was so exciting because to go on a double decker bus!!

We were blessed with beautiful blue skies all day but we were rather sweaty and sticky when we came home! I am so proud of all my little lions - they were all so well behaved. 


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Homework Books

Your children will bring home a homework book tonight, don't panic it's not going to include masses of work for your child to do! It will have your child's speech bubble in it and sometimes may include a maths activity. I will encourage the children to write in this book any achievements they have…

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Egg cartons needed!

Next week is Chinese New Year and we are in need of egg cartons so we can make some really groovy Chinese dragons! Any other cardboard boxes, bottle tops, tin foil that are going spare we would love to take them off your hands too. 

Thank you! :)

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Reception Online Learning Journeys

If you have a child in reception and haven't given in your email address and or returned the agreed guidelines slip then please can you do so at your earliest convenience. Tapestry is a fantastic tool giving you as parents the chance to see what your child has got up to during his/her day at…

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Thank you so much!

Party day was such a busy day that there was no time to open the many parcels and cards that arrived in class for me this morning. I have just finished opening them now and am very touched and moved by your lovely 'thank you' and 'goodbye' messages. It has been such a privilege to teach your…

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Our school day out at Hothersall Lodge!

We've had an amazing day out at Hothersall Lodge and have had a fantasically muddy experience! The children in Class 1 went on a gruffalo trail and looked for clues from the Julia Donaldson story. We also had a go at orienteering by following maps and using points of the compass-it was quite…

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Clitheroe Castle

Class 1 had an amazing educational visit to Clitheroe Castle on Friday. We spent the morning building our own Motte and Bailey castles in the education suite and climbing to the highest accessible point of the castle keep and seeing the breathtaking view of the Ribble Valley. It was bitterly cold…

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Teddy Blue

During anti bullying week the children met Teddy Blue and listened to how he had been bullied in his toybox. We discussed who to turn to if someone is upsetting you, lots of times and on purpose. The children drew pictures of these people on felt squares which have now been sewn together to…

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Volunteers in class 1

Class 1 would like to say a big thank you to the parents/grandparents who have recently been helping in class. We wouldn't have been able to go on our fantastic Village Walk if it weren't for these people giving up their time. We also had three mums who generously gave up their time to come and…

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Class 1 mud kitchen

As many of you have noticed, Class 1 are setting up a mud kitchen in the outdoor area. In our Literacy lesson this week the children ( having spent some time playing in there ) wrote a list of items that they felt would help to improve the area and enable them to play how they want to when they go…

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Bread makers.

What a talented set of bakers we have in class 1 this year... Paul Hollywood beware! Following our story this week of 'The Little Red Hen' our new Reception children and Year 1's were busy measuring, pouring, stirring and kneading. They made delicious bread rolls of all shapes and sizes which were…

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Happy Mother's Day!

Happy Mother's Day to all Class 1 mums! We hope you all have a lovely time on Sunday

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