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Paul Gerraghty

On Thursday 19th January, we are delighted to welcome Paul Gerraghty to school. Paul is a well-known and well-loved children's author and illustrator. We are excited that he will be spending the whole day with us and getting us excited about our reading and writing. Mrs Francis will be sending out a letter about his visit.

On Monday 23rd January, Mark Thomas will be joining us as a representative of the RNLI. He will lead an interactive, whole school assembly on keeping safe in and near water, coastal and inland water, which is a life skill we all need. Mark will then run a workshop with Base 3 and 4, supporting the Learning Journey work both classes are doing based on Kensuke's Kingdom.

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Miss Pitchford: Mon 22 Jan 4:30pm

Wow! What a busy couple of weeks it had been in Base 1. It was so lovely to see all the children well rested after the Christmas break and full of excitement to share their adventures. We felt so lucky to go on a trip to the cinema on just our second day back and had the very best time. We all enjoyed the film very much and many of the children commented on how excited they were to get to eat...

Miss Phillips: Mon 22 Jan 3:20pm

What a busy two weeks to start the Spring term in Base 2. We have had an excellent start to the term with everyone working hard after the restful Christmas break. It has been lovely to welcome Mrs Wimpenny back into Base 2, we will miss Mrs Taylor and Miss Rowlands working with us but we will still see them around school. Base 2 were very lucky to be given the opportunity to go to the cienema on...

S Heaton: Sun 21 Jan 3:18pm

What a busy couple of weeks it has been.After a lovely Christmas break the children were straight back working hard on 8th January. For the first week we focused our learning on Treasure Island to ensure that the children thoroughly understood the storyline before our visit to the theatre on 9th January. We looked at 'treasure' and what special things constitute our treasures and why...