TTRockstars Battle!

During the last two weeks of term, Key Stage 2 classes have been taking part in a battle on TTRockstars! Will Elm Class steal the current title from last battle’s winners Birch Class? Will Oak Class remain current champions in their battle against Chestnut Class? All will be decided this Friday 3rd April at 3.30pm – watch this space for an update!

Here are the current results:

School Closure – Coronavirus

Thank you for your continued support during this difficult time. School remains closed for everyone but children of keyworkers and those with a Social Worker or EHCP, that cannot safely be cared for at home. All information and letters that have been shared with parents can be found on the ‘Parents Information > Letters’ page on the website.

We hope that you are enjoying your home learning activities. As well as printed in your packs, activities can be found on the class pages of our website ‘Teaching and Learning > Class Pages’. You will also find other ideas and links to online activities. All home learning has also been emailed to parents. Please contact us if you have any questions about home learning and do email us photos of what you have been doing:

Look out for staff reading our favourite stories too!

Stoke Park Sports Relief

Well done to everyone for a great Sport Relief danceathon day! Lots of us joined in with a wake and shake in the morning and continued dancing throughout the day. Thank you for all your donations.

Forest School Mud!

I’m stuck in the mud! Nursery had great fun at Forest school today; jumping, squelching, squishing in mud, glorious mud!
Ahhh I’m sinking!

Build It!

In the Early Years our topic this term is Build It! We have been to see the onsite building site and saw some amazing diggers, bulldozers and tractors. In class we have also been busy building ourselves using different materials – straws, sticks, mini bricks, blocks, lego. We have had to think how to join some of them and found out that blu-tak is the best! Sticky play dough also proved to be great cement. I wonder what you can build at home, maybe using recycled materials.

Staying safe online

Some of the children have been talking about using the Tik Tok app. Please find attached some information about the app, including how to ensure your child’s privacy settings are secure and how to set up the family safety mode.

How much can it hold?

We have started to explore capacity in Year 1. We looked at lots of different containers and thought about which ones could hold the most and least. We then ordered them by capacity. Today we got a bit wet, measuring the exact capacity of some bottles. We measured them using cups and made estimates as we went along.