The start of the new half term took Reception Class to Africa. They spent some time researching the continent using books, photographs and the internet, including listening to (and dancing to) some African music. This then led us to our new book – Handa’s Hen, 
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This half term, Year 4 have delved deep into the realms of the Vikings. They have worked hard in their English lessons to explore Viking myths and to spin their very own sagas, where unsuspecting heroes had to brave perilous adventures in order to save 
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As the Easter season continued, Reception Class were very busy last week writing and illustrating the Easter story. They did a fantastic job and hung the pages of the book up on a washing line across the classroom so they could read it with their 
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Children read more when we Turn On The Subtitles.  We wanted to let you know how this brilliantly simple, free, small change to children’s existing TV viewing habits can drastically improve their reading skills. Here is Stephen Fry to explain the benefits of turning on 
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It was a different World Book day this year, with some children being in school and some at home, but we were all united in a love of books and reading. Lots of children dressed up as their favourite characters, whether at home or at 
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While they can’t invite you in for story times and Christmas activities this year, Worcestershire Libraries are offering a host of online activities and events to keep people connected and entertained through the festive season: whether it’s keeping the children occupied on a cold,winter’s day, 
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Today, in Year 6, we shared our favourite poems with the class. There were lots of giggles as some of them were quite funny. Anya’s monologue was amazing. When we had finished, we looked at the poems on the National poetry day website. The theme 
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‘Here is a link to Collins big cat books that we have been given permission to to share with our parents. It gives parental access to a large volume of ebooks that are all book banded. Key stage 1 and progress books (for SEND pupils) 
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 Mike Forde, has written a book to help children in coming to terms with not attending school. You can download a copy of it here, to share with your child/ren: Click here to download How to not go to School: Parsely Mimblewood Saves the World
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This half term pre-school are basing their learning on our local area. This week they focused on houses. They looked at shapes they could see in and on houses, used shapes for printing in art, matched numbers of cars to house numbers, thought about who 
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