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Well done everyone in Base 1! You have completed your first full week. There were a few tired little people on Friday afternoon!

On Monday after school we had a little visitor in our classroom. Ms Huntington was very shocked when a little robin flew in through the door. Luckily Mrs Cador came to the rescue and caught the robin and set him free!

We have been very busy getting used to our new routines. The children are doing really well. We have been very lucky with the weather and have enjoyed lots of exciting activities outside. We have done our first piece of writing and our first paintings, they look wonderful on the classroom wall. We had our first PE and French lesson on Friday. Wow we are very good at getting changed for PE! I hope you enjoy looking at the photographs and video's of your child being busy in school.

We have loved sharing your treasure boxes during the week, they are full of your favourite things.

On Friday we were introduced to our new class pets, Stripy & Sheepy! We had our first two children as Star of the Week, who were lucky to take the pets home for the weekend, I wonder what exciting things they will get up to?

We have spent some time with our Year 6 Buddies. Thank you to all the Year 6 children who have made us feel happy during our first week of school.

Well done to all the children in Base 1, you are so grown up, we are very proud of you!

We look forward to another exciting week!

Ms Huntington, Mrs Parsons & Mrs Wimpenny.

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