Year 4’s ‘Book as a Hook’ in the English lessons, is ‘Leon and the Place Between’ written by Angela McAllister and illustrated by Grahame Baker-Smith. In the story Leon volunteers to be in Abdul Kazam’s magic show, and is transported to a mysterious, exotic world, 
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Reception Class have been reading ‘What the Ladybird Saw’, by Julia Donaldson and were shocked to hear about Lanky Len and Hefty Hew stealing the mermaid’s hair. In forest school the children spotted signs that Lanky Len and Hefty Hew had been there too! The 
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Reception class enjoyed a great afternoon of outdoor learning where they explored the impact that weight has on objects. They investigated whether heavier objects fell to the ground first.  The class also used the guttering slide to explore what happened to different objects when put 
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During ‘Spring Week 1’ the children in pre-school spent some time looking for signs of spring. They then did some observational watercolour painting, taking inspiration from the work of Vincent Van Gogh, to paint flowers that staff had picked. Before starting staff and children spent 
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Last week Henerietta delivered the fiction book of ‘Handa’s Surprise’, and a non-fiction book about African Animals. After listening to the story the class had time to explore a range of fruits, make fruit rubbings, weigh them and look at them closely using the magnifying 
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During Billy Goats Gruff Week, pre-school based their learning around this well-known traditional tale. The children loved the story and were very motivated to practise their maths counting skills by adding the right number of ‘hair’ pegs to trolls, so that the number of hairs 
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In RE last week Reception Class were learning all about their class saint – St Peter. They started by working in groups to complete jigsaws of St Peter and then they went on a treasure hunt around the classroom to find clues about him. Once 
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During ‘Oi Frog’ week in pre-school, there was a key focus on rhyming-a really important part of early phonics understanding, inspired by the rhyming in the book. In their phonics lessons the children worked with staff to rhyme objects with their names. The children loved 
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