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Welcome to Robins



  For nothing will be impossible with God 

Luke 1 v37  

         Summer Term one…                            Value: Joy


‘Learn to do right; seek justice for what is fair, rescue the oppressed,

speak up for the orphans and widows.’

Isaiah 1:1



Welcome to Term 5!


I hope that you all had a lovely Half Term! Last term we explored lots about 'What is above the clouds?'. We investigated lots of different things from space to what clouds are. We did lots of experiments to help us explore the water cycle. This term I cannot wait to see what new adventures we will go on as we explore and unravel 'What things change?'. We will also continue to explore the seasons and what is happening to our environment as we enter Spring.


If you have any questions please feel free to e-mail me on our class e-mail at

Thank you for all of your continued support!


Miss Nation 

Diary Dates

Monday 2nd of May- Bank Holiday


Weekly Check List

Monday – Story Sack / Patch returned to school

Tuesday – Homework returned

Wednesday –  Mr Houghton all day

Thursday- PE - Please can children come to school dressed in their PE kits.

Friday - Library books returned and swapped / Homework sent home

Safety in the sun

As the weather is getting warmer, a quick reminder to make sure your child is coming to school ready to be outside. Remember to bring in a hat, water bottle and sun cream (if you think your child will need it to be reapplied throughout the day). We advise that you put sun cream on your child before coming to school. If you would like your child to reapply sun cream throughout the day, please make sure you bring in a labelled bottle that will be kept in a safe box. Adults in school are not allowed to apply the sun cream, so this is a good time to talk through how to apply sun cream with your child.

Our Learning Journey

This section of our class page will be used to provide you with an insight into our classroom and learning adventures.

Our Summer Term Adventures

Our Spring Term Adventures

World Book Day Poem

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We have been learning a poem all week to perform to Key Stage 1 on World Book Day. We loved doing it and picked it up very quickly. We hope you enjoy it too!

We're Going on a Bear Hunt

During one of our forest sessions we went on a bear hunt. We retold the classic story as we made our way through the forest. We went through the swishy, swashy grass and the swirling, whirling snow storm. We had to go through the squelchy, squerchy mud, luckily we had our welly boots on. When we reached the cave we had to tip-toe through until we saw one wet nose, two furry ears and two goggley eyes. We found the BEAR! We went all the way back through the forest until we were safe back at school. 


Chinese New Year

On the 1st of February we celebrated Chinese New Year. First we learnt the story of Chinese New Year and then we looked at how it is celebrated across the world. In the afternoon we took part in lots of different activities to explore the culture and tradition. We tried different Chinese food, made rice cakes, wrote Chinese numbers using chopsticks and even preformed our own dragon parade.











Martial Arts

This week the children had the chance to try Martial Arts. The children learnt the importance of listening and focusing and how this make their practice better. They loved practising their punches and kicks! 

Our Autumn Term Adventures


We have had a great time learning about firefighters. We answered one of our questions from the start of term about what equipment firefighters use. 


Rememberence Day


We have made a whole class poppy to rememeber those that have fought for our country.


We have loved reading Supertato at school. We had a letter from the Evil Pea who had captured Supertato and his vegetable friends. We worked together as a team to solve the clues using our phonics and managed to save them all!

Diwali Fun!

We had so much fun celebrating Diwali. We enjoyed sharing stories and looking at artefacts. We made diya lamps out of clay and really enjoyed tasting some food. We showed great team work making rangoli patterns. We used coloured pasta and flowers, numicom and chalk on the playground.

Forest Friday

In Robins, we love exploring our Forest Area. Check out our awesome pictures that we created using natural materials. 

Rangoli Patterns:

 We made Rangoli patterns using play dough. We made Rangoli patterns using play dough. 

Making our own vegetable superheroes!

We made our own super hero vegetables after reading the story 'Supertato'. What do you think their super powers could be?