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11th November

Alfie and Kiran decorate biscuits to resemble a poppy
Saturday 11th of November 2017
This time of year is always a poignant one. With Remembrance Festivals occurring across the country. It feels right and appropriate for us that some pupils attended the Remembrance Parade at Coffee Hall, where their excellent behaviour was commented upon by the Mayor and we featured in the Look East news bulletin on Friday evening. Our pupils promoted the school well did themselves proud and the school too. Well done to the staff who attended and ensured this occurred. So it seemed fitting to devote our...
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Dragonflies and Poppies are Class of the Week 10th November

Friday 10th of November 2017
This week, Dragonflies had their weekly gathering drum session. The children really enjoyed the songs and joined in by banging the drum, feeling the vibrations from the drum and watching others.  At the end of our sessions, we like turning all of the lights off and experimenting with torches and sensory lights. Also this week, we did a science experiment to see if we could make cloud dough! At first, we put our feet into flour to feel how soft it was. We all sang our favourite songs which...
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Skye is PE Pupil of the Week 10th November

Friday 10th of November 2017
PE star of the week is Skye for swimming underwater for the first time and she absolutely loved it!
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4th November

Cassia and Daffodils have a great time playing games at the Tennis Festival
Saturday 4th of November 2017
I hope that everyone had a good and relaxing October half term week. The staff were all glad to back at school on Monday for our training day. We had a varied programme, taking in some learning and also some activities to enhance the well being of the staff. Pam and Kate our physiotherapists led a theoretical training session for the majority of staff and will follow this through with a practical session in January. This was very informative and well received by staff. Other sessions included Yoga...
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Gemma is PE Pupil of the Week 3rd November

Friday 3rd of November 2017
This week our PE Pupil of the Week is Gemma from Cassia. Gemma always works really hard in Swimming lessons and this week was developing her independent floating skills and practising kicking her legs to help propel herself through the water.
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28th October

Ralfs cooks garlic bread on the fire pit to scare away the vampires!
Saturday 28th of October 2017
Half term week – I hope everyone has had a good and relaxing time – enjoying a lot of sunshine despite the dampness of Thursday. As ever, we always make the most of a school holiday to have maintenance work done, repair, clean and paint! This is what has happened during this week.  ‘Upstairs’ in Transitions, more work has been done on the conservatory – installing a new ceiling, lighting, heating and flooring, plus new guttering around the outside. Also the doorways...
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Forest School – Butterflies – Early Years

Halloween Special - all around the fire cooking garlic bread to scare off the vampires!
Monday 23rd of October 2017
Each Thursday morning Lee leads a Forest Schools session for Butterflies Early Years Group, supported by Lou and the team. This has proved to be really successful; all the pupils enjoy being outside and participating in different activities both on site and off. A special favourite is cooking using the fire pit, but also exploring the autumn harvest fruits in the orchard, the changing trees and the season of autumn on site and off. This week was Halloween Special! Our Forest Schools area was...
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Multicultural Week October 16th 2017

Saturday 21st of October 2017
The Aztecs have arrived! This week we have focused upon The Aztecs and Mexico. It’s been a week full of colour and excitement in school. In particular the pupils have enjoyed exploring the colours of the Aztecs in art, making Aztec masks but most importantly tasting, smelling and imbibing in the foods of Mexico – tacos, rice, chilli and chocolate! Caterpillars groups also experienced the sounds of the flute as played by Jenni and responded well. A positive way to end the half term...
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21st October

Freiya enjoys Halloween themed Forest School
Saturday 21st of October 2017
Our Multicultural Week focussed upon the Aztecs and the culture of Mexico with lots of interesting activities including artwork, exploring and tasting Mexican food. Everyone embraced this well and had fun in learning. Some groups this week have also been thinking about Halloween including Lee with Butterflies during their Forest Schools Session on a Thursday morning. This will I am sure continue when the pupils arrive back on Tuesday 31st after the holiday. Friday was an emotional day in school, we...
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Harvest Festivals 2017

Mirella and Becki pick apples from the orchard during the walk to the church
Friday 20th of October 2017
We have to say a huge Thank You to the Vicar and his parishioner’s from St Mary’s Church, Woughton on the Green, who once again ensured that our Harvest Festivals were a success. They are always so supportive and understanding of the needs of our pupils. Its amazing to think that several years ago we filled the church as a whole school, and now we fill the church on two occasions when we hold two celebrations of the harvest. As always we sang and signed to our favourite harvest songs...
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Cassia and Daffodils are Classes of the Week 20th October

Friday 20th of October 2017
On October 12th we took part in ‘National Outdoor Learning Day’ we went on an outdoor Roald Dahl Character hunt trying to find our favourite characters. We worked in mini teams and collected stickers that matched the correct number - Joshua and Nile were the champions! We all had lots of fun and took our certificates home for taking part. Cassia have had the tennis coach in to help us develop our skills to attend a tennis festival later on in the term. We have been developing our ball...
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Tulips Class Newsletter October 2017

Friday 20th of October 2017
Tulip Class have settled in so well during their first half term and they have enjoyed activities relating to our topic ‘Never a Dahl Moment’.  
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Team PE Newsletter October 2017

Friday 20th of October 2017
This term has been a busy one so far, we have welcomed all the children back and we were all itching to get back in the swing of things with this terms topic of Gross Motor Skills, Activity and Movement. 
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Rowan Class Newsletter October 2017

Friday 20th of October 2017
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Poppies Class Newsletter October 2017

Friday 20th of October 2017
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Palms Class Newsletter October 2017

Friday 20th of October 2017
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Orchid Class Newsletter October 2017

Friday 20th of October 2017
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Oak Class Newsletter October 2017

Friday 20th of October 2017
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Maple Class Newsletter October 2017

Friday 20th of October 2017
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Laurel Class Newsletter October 2017

Friday 20th of October 2017
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Hazel Class Newsletter October 2017

Friday 20th of October 2017
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