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Welcome to Bee Class!

 

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Miss Myers teaches Bee Class throughout the week.

Mrs Webb and Mrs Ravenhill support us for the whole week.

Our School Day

Start of School Day 8.55am

Morning Break 10.45am

Lunch 12 Noon

Start of Afternoon Session 1.15pm

End of School Day 3.15pm

 

 

Day Time Assemblies
Monday 10.30am Worship Assembly
Tuesday 10.30am Singing Assembly
Wednesday 10.30am Story Assembly
Thursday 10.30am KS1 Assembly in Owl Class
Friday 9.05am Celebration Assembly

 

Bee Class Rules

How was your child's transition into Reception class?

It is important that we seek the views of our parents, including those new to our school. We have recently sent the letter and questionnaire below out to our new reception pupil parents to gain their views on their child's transition into school.

Forest Schools

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Our Plasticine People

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Do you like our plasticine People that we made in our Science lessons?

World Book Day

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We all had fun with our learning on World Book Day as we were able to dress up as our favourite book character.

Pancake Day in Bee Class

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We had such fun making pancakes on Shrove Tuesday and then we were able to eat them!

Forest Schools Pictures

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More pictures of our Forest School adventures!!

Look at the amazing fireworks we made in Bee Class

Our fireworks are rockets and we wrote our names on them and then used glitter for the shower of light which you can see when a fire work explodes.

Gym Trail

Children love taking part in weekly Gym Trail sessions which develop their gross and fine motor skills.

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Teddy Bears Picnic Open Day

Parents and local nursery schools joined us for our Open Afternoon where they brought along their teddy bears to share our picnic and activities!

 

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As part of our new Forest School sessions, children developed their skills in trusting one another in our blindfold activity, where they took a friend to a special spot, blindfolded them and then asked their friend to find the special spot.
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