Reception have been learning all about Minibeasts this week and there is no better way of learning then seeing them with their own eyes in the school grounds.
We may be separated by distance but we can come together with music as Mr Rowe has composed and produced an album of truly amazing piano music, which will help children relax and keep focused with their work whether it be at home or at school!
It has been lovely to welcome back the Early Years, Reception, Year 1 and Year 6 as well as key worker's children to school.
Many of the children and staff celebrated V.E. Day at home on Friday with tea parties, picnics and walks out to see how other people have decorated their houses.
Changming woke up early as he always did; it was raining outside. After putting on his worn out clothes which his mother had washed and left on the chair next to his bed, he went into their tiny kitchen where his mother was making breakfast.
Congratulations to Cara C-W in 1T who has been awarded the Working Warrior award at home this week.
In a recent survey by Save The Children, more than half of parents (56%) are worried about their child’s mental health at a time when schools are closed and contact with friends and family is restricted as a result of social distancing.