Teacher - Mrs Adshead
Teaching Assistant - Marion
The Pippin Apple.
Pippin apples are light green to yellow in colour but can be splashed with orange and red. They have a juicy, creamy white flesh and are good in sweet apple tarts. The Pippin apple is thought to be one of the oldest American apples and can be harvested all through the autumn season.
Thank you to all the children that have brought in their homework. It is wonderful to see all of their hard work and enthusiasm. If you wish to see the children's artwork, please pop in to see it any time after school.
Last term, the children showed a real interest in moving the logs in outside area and were amazed to see so many creatures. Using this curiosity, we have decided to explore mini-beasts further to support the children's learning.
Many thanks to one of our wonderful parents for ordering some caterpillars. We are looking forward to seeing them grow.
Transitions to Year One
It is at this time of year the children become aware that they are ending their time with us. It can be an exciting but nervous time for them (and you).
We want to reassure you that we work very closely with our Year One colleagues to ensure a smooth transition for your child. They will visit the Year One areas, familiarising themselves with the layout and staff. We encourage the children to look forward to Year One, with all the exciting things that they will learn. Should you have any questions please come and speak to us.
Thank you to all the parents supporting our Reading focus by coming into read with the children. All parents are welcome, please see us if you are available to help.
Remember we have an open door policy, you are always welcome to pop in to see us.