During their second week of learning based around the theme of Spring, Hopscotch enjoyed lots of fun activities designed to develop their Early Years Curriculum knowledge and skills, including placing specified numbers of ‘spots’ on ladybirds, making repeating patterns with different coloured spring flowers (and 
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In RE, Year 1 listened to the Bible stories of the Disciples sharing the Good News with others, that Jesus is alive!  The children reflected on this and thought about what they would have said about Jesus and what we could tell others today.  To 
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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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Gingerbread Week was very exciting, involving lots of problem solving and exploration of ideas! The children used shape dice to help them create a gingerbread man, by rolling the dice to see which shapes they could use. This really encouraged them to be creative and 
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During Goldilocks Week in Pre-school we all went porridge and bears mad!  In their maths learning the children enjoyed using potato stamps of bear pawprints to make repeating patterns, compared the sizes of bears and used them to make more repeating patterns and played ‘Teddy 
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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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Last term Year 6 performed a musical version of Holy Week, supported by a choir made up of children from Year 5. They performed twice; once for pre-school (who were enthralled by the performance) and once for the rest of the school, parents, governors and 
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Hopscotch used the rhyme Baa Baa Black Sheep to aid the children’s learning last week. The children used their fine motor control to use pegs to pick up cotton wool to dip in paint as a way of mark-making a sheep. They practised their scissor 
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Hickory Dickory Dock was the perfect nursery rhyme for the children to explore their learning last week.  The children used clocks to learn to recognise and read numbers, then explored the value of those numerals using counting skills.  Children sorted things we do between those 
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