What an amazing start we had to our swimming lessons last Friday. We can't wait until this Friday!

This week the children will be starting a new T4W unit in English, about 'The Gingerbread Man'. We will begin by creating actions to go with our story map to help us orally learn the story.

In Maths the Y1s will be learning about creating arrays to support their learning on multiplication and the YRs will be exploring doubling and halving numbers to support their learning on number patterns.

In science we will be starting our new topic on living things and there habitats and we will be going on a hunt around our amazing school grounds to find things that are alive, dead and never lived!

Our Y1s blew us away with their amazing phonics last week during their phonics screening assessment - Well done, we are very proud of you all! 

Please note that our PE days are Monday and Friday (swimming) this half term.

Many thanks for your continued support.


What a busy week we have had. The children have been fully engrossed in their new geography unit and are beginning to get excited about their trip that will soon be here. Our Year 4 children have completed their multiplication tests and did a fabulous job whilst our youngest children have worked so hard at learning those all important letter blends. 

We look forward to sharing everything we get up to on our school trip soon!





It's all go in Mercury Class. Year 6 have been working hard towards their Civic Award and we look forward to seeing their efforts recognised at the presentation this Wednesday. I know the independent assessor was impressed by the wide range of evidence shown. 

The whole of Mercury Class continue to to work on the production of Alice In Wonderland. We can't see what the children produce in a couple of weeks but more importantly, we are enjoying seeing the confidence that they are gaining along the way. Good luck all of you!