We are nearing the end of the academic year and the chidlren have been working really hard showng us what they have learned. A big well done to 3WH! I am very proud of the way everyone has approached the assessment papers this week.

As a reward, Mrs Bletchly has been kind enought to take small groups of our class down to the pond for dipping (nets not children!) It is very exciting to be able to see the mature adult newts and some of the efts. Thank you, Mrs Bletchly.

We have enjoyed having the Year 6 children helping us with our computing this week. We can now all write simple programs to create an animated story. Phoebe's lovely elephant story was voted the best. Well done!

Loom bands have made a return and have caused a bit of fuss, which is a shame. Please remember to respect the belongings of others. They are essentially a harmless craze only being spoiled by a few.


Superstars this week have been Lyra and Isabell. Top banana for Phoebe for a solid performance in all areas of her learning. Well done! smiley


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