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Here is the overview for Term 6.  We will be assessing/testing children during week 3 and week 4.   Nothing to worry about - they all did a brilliant job last time.   Any questions please do not hesitate to contact me.

Dear Parents,


I just wanted to let you know that we covered love and loss in class today in PSHE.


We read the book 'Goodbye Mousie', which unfortunately did leave some of the children upset.


Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any concerns and I assure you we gave children as much support as possible.


I have attached a copy of the front page of the book - so you can look up the publication if you wish.



Miss Nicholls




Good Morning.


I am pleased to tell you that all our home learning is now available on Google Classroom.  Please visit:

Hopefully, all you need to know will be there (our school web-site Key Information then home learning).

Any questions please e-mail the class page


I will post work daily and we will have live lessons at 9:30 am., 11:00 am., and 1:30 pm.    Really looking forward to seeing everyone one Monday!


Enjoy your weekend.

Miss Nicholls

Wednesday 06.01.2021 message

Key Dates:

Tuesdays and Thursdays: PE

Author of the Year: Roald Dahl

In Owls class our author of the year is Roald Dahl. I chose him as he is one of my favourite authors and a man whom I would have loved to have met. He and I also share a passion for chocolate! As a child, I have extremely fond memories of both reading his books myself and my parents reading them to me (my Dad did an especially fantastic BFG voice I remember!). And now I take great delight in reading his books aloud to all of my children, both at home and at school (and not forgetting the voices!). I believe that Roald Dahl was a magician with his story telling and the way he would make up words where they didn't exist in the English language. He is my writing hero and I hope he will be your's too!

Djembe drumming

Still image for this video
We learnt a new rhythm today.


Spaghetti bridges as part of our Crossing the Severn community project