Miss Jones

Brightness Day

by | 11 Nov 2016 | Classes, Fundraising, JRSO

The children arrived at school in their brightest clothes to raise money for Children in Need. The JRSOs asked the children to wear their brightest clothes to promote the slogan Be safe, Be seen. Miss Kluge and the JRSOs chose a winner from each class for being in their brightest clothes. Mr Leroux was the brightest member of staff. The […]

Cooking Cupcakes

by | 11 Nov 2016 | Facilities, Kingfishers

The children made cupcakes for Spencer Bear’s birthday. The children were very keen to help, following the recipe. First they put the bun cases into the tins. Then they helped by weighing the ingredients, sieving the flour, cracking eggs, folding the flour and mixing the eggs to create the cake mixture. They helped put the […]

Maths and English Club

by | 11 Nov 2016 | Extracurricular, Maths, Woodpeckers

Some of the children from Woodpeckers class joined Miss Jones, Miss Kluge and Mrs Kite for the Maths and English After School Club. The children joined playing Maths games with Miss Jones. Year One children rolled a dice and added the two numbers together and found the correct numeral. Year Two children used their knowledge of  multiplication and division facts […]

Safe and Seen in Suffolk

by | 11 Nov 2016 | JRSO, Kingfishers, Owls, Swans, Woodpeckers

The children were very excited to receive their reflector from the ‘Safe and Seen in Suffolk’ campaign. The JRSOs told the children in assembly about the campaign and why it is important to wear the reflectors. The children were asked to wear their reflectors on their coat or book bag so that they can be […]

Dental Nurse Visit

by | 10 Oct 2016 | Curriculum, Kingfishers, Visitors

The Kingfishers Class welcomed a visitor to their class. The visitor introduced herself as Mrs Fisher a dental nurse. Mrs Fisher asked the children what they knew about teeth. She showed the children a set of milk and adult teeth.  She also asked the children if they could help her find her toothbrush, the children said yes, […]

Fruit Kebabs

by | 10 Oct 2016 | Classes, Curriculum, Kingfishers

This week the children in Kingfishers Class have been thinking about how to keep healthy. The children created their own snack by making fruit kebabs. They practised their safety and hygiene skills by holding a knife correctly, cutting carefully and making sure their hands were clean. The children selected the fruits they liked from melon, grapes, orange, […]

Walk To School

by | 10 Oct 2016 | Classes, Community, JRSO, Parents

October is national Walk to school month and today the parents and children opted for walking to school instead of driving. The children, parents, teachers and staff met at either ends of Strickmere and walked together to school. The JRSO’s made sure the children were walking safely to school. It was lovely to see so many walking to […]

Kingfishers’ First Assembly

by | 10 Oct 2016 | Curriculum, Kingfishers, Parents

It was the turn of the Kingfishers to take part in their first ever assembly. The children told the audience about the work they had done this half term on the topic of ‘All About Me’. They also talked about Autumn, they showed their pictures of Autumn trees and sang two rhymes about Autumn. The […]

Speed Check

by | 10 Oct 2016 | Community, JRSO, Swans

The new JRSO’s first job was to join the Community Speed Watch Team on their speed check. The JRSO’s were very excited and ready with their clipboards and pencils to take down information. The Community Speed Watch Team explained to the JRSO’s what they had to do and why they carried out the speed checks. They […]

Marvellous Mud

by | 10 Oct 2016 | Facilities, Kingfishers

The mud kitchen was open for business today, for Kingfishers Class! They were all very excited and listened carefully to the mud kitchen rules. When they were outside and were playing with the kitchen they independently changed their shoes for welly boots and with adult support put on an apron. They dug the mud using […]

Walk Around The Village

by | 9 Sep 2016 | Community, Kingfishers

The Kingfishers Class went for a walk around the village to look at the different types of buildings there are in the village. They listened to the adults and followed instructions carefully. While the children walked around the village they ticked off the different buildings they saw on their picture checklist. The children were very […]

Planting Bulbs

by | 9 Sep 2016 | Curriculum, Kingfishers

Kingfisher Class have been very busy planting tulip bulbs with Mrs Clark. They discussed together what the bulbs needed to grow and in which season they will grow. The children each chose a spot in the earth to plant their bulb and following instructions, used a trowel to dig a hole and plant their bulb […]