Miss Jones

Church Visit

by | 5 May 2018 | Kingfishers, News, Religious Education

As part of their topic,  Kingfishers Class went for a walk to the church to find out about different things in the village. The children were  able to follow instructions carefully and were very well behaved as they walked to the church. Reverend Rosalind met them at the church and welcomed them in. Reverend Rosalind asked the […]

Forest Fun

by | 5 May 2018 | Environment, Kingfishers, Science

On Tuesday afternoon the Kingfishers Class participated in Forest Fun session. They had a look by the pond to see if they could see the frogs but could not spot any today. They then looked in the place that they saw them last week but again, could not see them. They decided that they must […]

Sunflowers

by | 4 Apr 2018 | Community, Kingfishers, Science

The children in Kingfishers Class were very excited as Miss Jones had entered them in to a competition to grow the tallest sunflower. The competition is being run by Fillpots Garden Centre. The children got busy planting the seeds. The children will be caring for the sunflower seeds by making sure the pots are in a […]

Our Country

by | 4 Apr 2018 | Geography

This week during their Geography lessons, the Year One children have been learning about the country they live in . They have found out the different features in a town setting and a countryside setting. They created their own town or countryside using resources around the classroom. The children have also learnt how to find […]

Forest Fun

by | 4 Apr 2018 | Environment, Kingfishers

This week the children enjoyed their Forest Fun session in the sun. They walked past the pond and decided to take a look. The were happily surprised to find a frog poking his head out of the water! They stood quietly and then another frog poked his head out! The children talked about frog spawn and […]

Poster Reminders

by | 4 Apr 2018 | JRSO

The JRSOs produced some posters  for the children and parents following their ‘Spot Check’ before the Easter holidays. The posters are to remind children to walk with their bike or scooter down the school path and for parents to park their cars safely. The JRSOs have displayed their posters on the fences near the path.

Phonics Club

by | 4 Apr 2018 | Extracurricular, Kingfishers

The Year One children stayed for the Phonics Club after school to practise their phonics skills. The children had fun using their phonic knowledge to play games, reading real and nonsense words. Great work Kingfishers.  

Book Fair

by | 4 Apr 2018 | News

A big ‘Thank You’ to all the children and parents who visited the book fair. With your support we have earned £232.61 of free books and resources for our school. Thank you again.

Easter Egg Hunt

by | 3 Mar 2018 | English, Environment, Maths, News

The children in Kingfishers Class went on an Easter egg hunt. The children were put into four groups. They were given a map and worked together to plan their route. The children went outside and hunted for eggs. The children had to find the different places on the map and collect a card egg. When they […]

Baking Buns

by | 3 Mar 2018 | Design Technology, Extracurricular

During Cookery Club this week the children baked buns. The children cracked the eggs and mixed the ingredients together. The children watched the buns cook in the cupcake machines. The children enjoyed decorating their buns using icing and sprinkles. Well done chefs, lets hope they taste as good as they smelt.

Traditional Tales

by | 3 Mar 2018 | Curriculum, Kingfishers, School Events

On Friday the children in Kingfishers Class presented their class assembly. The children talked about and showed work linked to their topic called Once Upon A Time. The children read stories, showed story maps, interviewed the Fox and shared the speech bubbles they created for different characters from The Gingerbread Man. The children showed their Moving […]

RSPB Brilliant Bronze!

by | 3 Mar 2018 | Achievements, Environment, Kingfishers

During the Forest Fun sessions, Kingfishers Class have been completing activities towards a Bronze Certificate for the RSPB Wild Challenge. They have been weather wizards recording the weather. They have made bird cakes, They took part in the Big Schools Bird Watch. They have looked at natural objects and drawn a detailed picture of it. They […]

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