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  • Good luck Jellyfish!!

    Published 23/07/20, by Carly Simpson

    Wow...what a year we've had!

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  • Sweet Peas Classroom in September!

    Published 22/07/20, by Rebecca Fowell

    Our classroom for next year!

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  • Another super week in the jellyfish bubble!

    Published 08/07/20, by Rebecca Fowell

    Find out what we've been up to this week... 

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  • Y1/2 Wellbeing Project

    Published 04/07/20, by Gemma King
    Looking after our wellbeing is so important, now more than ever. Why not try some of these activities with your family at home? Don't forget to let us know how you get on.
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  • Summer has arrived in the Jellyfish bubble!

    Published 24/06/20, by Rebecca Fowell

    It's been another busy week in Jellyfish class!

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  • Back to school update

    Published 19/06/20, by Peter Cresswell

    For Y2 parents who confirmed their child’s school place in our recent survey

    All schools can now bring more pupils back to school if staffing allows, pupil groups are no bigger than 15 (we call these groups of 15 pupils bubbles) and good hygiene measures are adhered to. This latest government guidance means we can now allow your child to return to school on the 25th June - next Thursday. The Y2 children returning to school will work with the Y1 pupils who are already back in school in a bubble of up to 15 children.

    For the time Y2 are back in school, the children will focus on wellbeing and activities that reinforce key skills. The children will be working with Miss Fowell, who will be your child’s new class teacher. We are really excited to be able to offer this transition opportunity – it should set the children up nicely for any return to school after the Summer holidays.

    Your child must attend for the full week, except Wednesdays when school is closed for staff training and cleaning.

    Our Keyworker and home learning provision will remain exactly the same.

    We will send more information over the next week or two, but do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.

    If you  said ‘no’ or did not respond to the parent survey, we cannot guarantee your child a place to return to school before September as many of our bubbles are now full and we do not currently have the staffing capacity to open up more bubble. However, please contact the school office as we will always support where at all possible.

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  • Maths Support WB 22.6.20

    Published 19/06/20, by Carly Simpson

    Please enter an introduction for your blog post here.

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  • Writing Challenge

    Published 19/06/20, by Carly Simpson

    This is our last week on Peter Rabbit!

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  • Home Learning MAPS WB 22.6.20

    Published 19/06/20, by Carly Simpson
    Maps for Year One and Year Two attached below in word and PDF formats
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  • Our wonderful week in the Jellyfish bubble!

    Published 17/06/20, by Rebecca Fowell
    This week we've been busy learning all about our new topic Rio and learning about the  continents and cities, looking at the Brazilian flag and listening to some carnival music. We have also been learning about money in Maths and completi
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  • Year 2 Topic - Habitats

    Published 15/06/20, by Carly Simpson
    Please see below for extra resources on our Science topic - Habitats. These week will focus on local habitats.
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  • Sports Week

    Published 15/06/20, by Carly Simpson

    Sports Week 2020

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