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  • Children's Mental Health Week

    Published 31/01/22
    We'll be celebrating Children's Mental Health Week each day next week! The theme this year is Growing Together and we'll be doing lots of activities to remind and congratulate our children on how far they've come! 
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  • Nursery Stay and Play

    Published 28/01/22
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  • Spring Playstreets

    Published 21/01/22

     

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  • Holiday Playscheme at Princess May

    Published 17/12/21

    Why not make use of this Play Scheme happening next week? 

    Contact Skipz Productions for more information.

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  • Parent Reading Morning

    Published 05/11/21
     Please join us for our Weekly Parent/Carer Reading Mornings  Sessions will begin on Tuesday 9th November when we invite Early Years parents and carers to join us with their children for a lovely morning read! Check the poster fo
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  • Bonfire Night​

    Published 05/11/21

     

    If you are taking part in Bonfire Night this year, please make sure to follow these rules to be safe!

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  • Summer Reading Challenge

    Published 16/07/21
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  • Hispanic Week

    Published 16/06/21

    This is a perfect opportunity for students to learn more about the culture, history, and traditions of Spain and Latin America.  Each Year group will be having a Spanish Speaking country as a theme and their celebrations will include: Art - Food – Music – Dance – Information - Piñata.

    For more information, please see 'Newsletter Hispanic Week' below.

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  • Children's Mental Health Week

    Published 01/02/21

    This week it's Children's Mental Health Week

    and the theme is EXPRESS YOURSELF! 

    Today we watched a virtual assembly from Place2Be, BAFTA and Oak National Academy which showed us lots of ways to express yourself which can help support how we feel.

    Children will be working on their own 'Express Yourself' poster this week to show ways they can express themselves including drawing, painting, singing, dancing, creating and much more!  We can't wait to see all the fantastic work they produce!

    To end the week we'll come together in the last virtual assembly of this year's Children's Mental Health Week and showcase our posters as well as celebrate ways we've found to 'Express Yourself'!

    Don't forget to wear a colour that makes you feel happy and relaxed on Friday so we can have a colourful, showcase assembly for all to enjoy!

    Check out this video which we watched together today and perhaps try your own Squiggle Game,  you need a pen/pencil and paper and you'll be creating!  Watch the video here and try it with lots of different squiggles!

    Squiggle Game

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