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Welcome to our website!

We are a small village school set in large grounds with super children, friendly staff and supportive parents and governors!

Our school ethos is to create a safe, caring, happy and stimulating learning environment where everyone feels valued and included in our school family. Our school motto 'We can... We will!' highlights our drive to aim for personal excellence in all we do!

Our committed staff provide an environment where individual needs are met to enable all our children to achieve their full potential and equip them with life skills necessary to prepare them for their future... And for them to leave each day with a smile on their face!

If you would like to book an appointment t come and look at our school in action, please ring to book an appointment.

Thank you for visiting!

Mrs Carla Norris (Headteacher)

Squirrel Class

Please don't hesitate to contact me at 

Week commencing: 18/11/2021 

Hi everyone! 

I hope everyone is ok and keeping safe!! I want to say a huge thank you to you all for your absolutely fantastic work last week! I am so proud of everything that you achieved in your online learning and loved looking at what you have all been up to! Keep up the amazing work this week!! 

The photos for the setting description for Tuesday and Wednesday can be found below the list of documents along with the video of the story "After the fall." You can also access the Netflex document below the photos for the setting description and a link to youtube to practice your French colours. 

Remember to have fun with all of your learning and to get in touch if you need support with anything.  Keep safe! Have a great week everybody! 

 Monday possessive apostrophe .pdfDownload
 Monday division white rose.pdfDownload
 Tuesday Auckland factfile .pdfDownload
 Wednesday - Setting description example .pdfDownload
 Wednesday division problems.pdfDownload
 Wednesday Kiwi.pdfDownload
 Thursday division word problems.pdfDownload
 Friday division problem solving.pdfDownload
 Year 2 Spelling Term 2A.pdfDownload
 week 3.pdfDownload
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Tuesday description 1, 2, 3: 

Use the NETFLEX document below to keep you active at home! 

French colours: LEARN FRENCH COLOURS / COLORS - YouTube

 2021JAN Netflex Home Workouts[7889].pdfDownload
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Week Commencing: 11/1/2021

Hi everybody!! 

Thank you for all of the amazing work that you did last week! I hope you all enjoyed the well-being day on Wednesday! 

This week, we are starting our new topic - Meeting Maori's - a New Zealand adventure! 

Our English and topic work will be based around this and for our Maths, we will learn about multiplication, division and fractions. I have put the documents below in order of when you will need them based on the timetable. Some activities will also be online using Education City, Purple Mash and Phonics Play. Please don't worry about printing off any documents. All of the work can be completed as written work, copying the headings etc or writing out the calculations in maths. Please take any photos of work when it is completed. For the maps, these can be edited and labelled on the computer using paint. 

Flashcards for phonics can be found beneath the first set of links. 

Don't forget to send me any photos of your super work!! 

Remember to keep active and keep safe! 

Have fun with all of your learning and remember to contact me if you need any support. 

The video below is the text map for our story "How the kiwi bird got its brown feathers."

 week 2.pdfDownload
 How the kiwi bird got its brown feathers.pdfDownload
 Text map - how the kiwi bird got its brown feathers.pdfDownload
 Monday - boxing up.pdfDownload
 The story of Kupe and Te Wheke Tuesday.pdfDownload
 Tuesday - boxing up.pdfDownload
 Tuesday New Zealand map to label.pngDownload
 Tuesday world map label.pngDownload
 New Zealand map to support labelling.pdfDownload
 Wednesday character ice berg.jpgDownload
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Please find the flashcards for phonics below (these can also be found on the Phonics Play website and also on the Speed Trial game on Phonics Play. 

 phase 3.1.pdfDownload
 phase 3.2.pdfDownload
 phase 3.3.pdfDownload
 phase 5a.1.pdfDownload
 phase 5a.2.pdfDownload
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Good Morning and Happy New Year to you all! 

We hope you are all well and have all had a lovely Christmas and New Year and that Santa brought you lots of lovely treats.

Below is an overview of your learning for the rest of this week.  Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.

Remember, Wednesday is Wellbeing day, so please stay in your pyjamas or wear comfy clothes all day!


**Many of you may not have access to your logins for Education City, Purple Mash or TT Rockstars.  Please could you email me at the above address and I will send your logins and passwords to you.  You will need these to access some of your learning activities**


Could you please take photos of your home learning and email them over to me.  We can then share them on our class page to show what amazing learners we are!

There are links for you to access at the bottom of our class page to support further home learning as well as the work set.

Please continue your super reading at home and practice the spellings in your books each week.

 week 1.pdfDownload
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Welcome to our class page! Look at all of the exciting things that we have been doing in the Squirrel class.... 

We had our nocturnal animals topic day today! We transformed our classroom into a night time world and went on a nocturnal animal hunt. We "toasted" marshmallows on the campfire, watched the "Wind in the Willows," completed a nocturnal animals quiz and word scramble and we did some nocturnal animals crafts. 

We had a topic day to complete our learning about the Great Fire of London and People who help us!

We made a street out of carboard houses and set fire to them to see how the Great Fire of London spread. We also pretended to be Thomas Faryner, the baker, and made our own bread using the slow cooker. 

We also pretended that we were helping the people in London to put the fire out by standing in a line and passing the buckets along the line. We did this in teams and then we did it as a whole class. 

We tasted our bread in the afternoon - it tasted as good as it smelled - and some of us described it as delicious! 

We have been learning about the Great Fire of London. We made houses from carboard boxes and we enjoyed playing in the role play corner - we were pretending to be bakers.