It was wonderful to welcome all of the children back to school on Monday. To celebrate being back together again, we had an exciting class disco in the afternoon!
On Tuesday, we took advantage of the glorious weather and went for a walk together on the farmland next to the school. The adults were so impressed with how far they could walk and the fact that there was no complaining whatsoever!
On Wednesday, Reception had a road safety online workshop, where they were taught the importance of using a seat belt when inside a car and how to stop, look, listen and think, when crossing the road with an adult.
On Thursday, we joined the rest of the school in celebrating World Book Day. The children looked fantastic in their costumes and had lots of fun showing them off. They were even treated to a story read by a special visitor- the old woman from the book ‘A Squash and a Squeeze’.
Today, Reception finally got to meet their Year 6 reading partners, in a socially distanced Act of Worship, led by Matthias, Bella, Thomas and Emily. It was a truly special moment.
Parents, please remember to return all reading books from last term. We will continue to use the Collins online reading books for the foreseeable future, until all restrictions have been lifted.
If your child wears a school shoe and not a trainer every day, please supply them with a plimsole that can be left in the classroom for when we do PE outside. Thank you all for bringing in welly boots this week. They have been well used on our muddy daily walks!
Wishing you all a wonderful weekend,
The Reception Team