What has happened in our art area?
On Tuesday morning, we noticed a HUGE mess in our art area. We investigated and looked for clues as to who might have caused all of the mess. We had some guesses about who or what could have done it and then we noticed some egg boxes...
It turns out Mr Cornish had seen a creature leaving the art area early in the morning and he left us this description on a note:
"Egg Box Dragon was made out of cut-up egg boxes glued together. His tail was cardboard and the sharp point at the end was painted red to show it was dangerous. His body was painted green, blue and grey and his eyes were made of shiny bicycle reflectors. His wings were black bin liners and his claws were made out of thick wire."
We then had a go at drawing what this creature might have looked like.
Be on the look out for Egg Box Dragon!
Meet the team
Mrs Haigh, Assistant Headteacher, SENCo and teaches the year 1 & 2 ‘Moles’ class.
Mrs Matticks, Senior Leader and teaches the year 1 & 2 ‘Rabbits’ class.
Miss Ray teaches the year 1 & 2 ‘Fawns’ class.
Mrs Gardner and Mrs Overton, are our Higher Level Teaching Assistants and Cover Supervisors.
Mrs Percy, Mrs Nixon, Mrs Jenner, Mrs Annis, Mrs Hambling and Miss Branch are our Learning Support Assistants, providing valuable support for your children.
What your child needs to bring to school:
* A book bag in which to transport their reading book and diary to school
daily which can be kept in their tray (please do not use a large bag or rucksack as they cause a hazard to the children due to the lack of storage space to accommodate them)
* A water bottle daily
* A hat and an application of sun cream during warmer weather
* A coat daily
* Packed lunch if required
In line with Covid-19 guidance, please do not bring any other items from home. We will provide all of the equipment your child will need during the day.
About our unit
In our Unit all our classes work very closely together and the teaching team plan together which ensures consistency and allows every child to receive the same opportunities. All the curriculum subjects will be either be taught in year groups with a teacher from the unit or as a class with your child’s teacher. The daily phonics sessions will be taught in ability groups as our results show this to be the most effective method to ensure all the children’s needs are met.
We always have a fantastic, fun and creative curriculum planned for the children and next year will be no different! For the first half term we will focus each week’s learning activities around a book. Then from the second half term to the end of the academic year we will teach our English work and many of our other curriculum areas through a series of books. We plan to have a new and exciting book every half term. We have purposefully not given you the name of the books as we do not want to spoil our topics for the children. The book title will often not be revealed to the children until the second or third week as often our work will rely on the children predicting and using their imagination. After the big reveal the book title will be put on the website. This new approach to delivering the curriculum was introduced this year and proved very successful.