Category: Year R

We were lucky to have the managers from Hampshire Caterers came into school for a day. They talked to us about making healthy choices and the importance of reducing our fats and sugar to ensure we keep our insides healthy. We found out how much sugar was in sugary drinks – we were all amazed! […]

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We had a whole school assembly this morning and invited family and carers to come along. We have been thinking about the importance of caring for each other and how it makes us feel. We thought about the work others do and nurses caring for sick people. We sang lots of songs to our parents […]

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Today, Tuesday 6th February, it was Safer Internet Day in the UK. Calmore Infants took part and celebrated everything we knew about how to keep safe. We were really good at explaining to Smartie the Penguin about what to do when he found himself in a muddle. We told him to tell a grown up when [...]
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This week the children in year R invited their parents to come into school to have lunch with them. The parents greeted their child -making sure they had their lunch token ready! Everyone enjoyed tucking into to a tasty dinner of roast chicken or vegetarian meatballs. It was lovely to see so many smiling faces and empty plates! […]

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All the children who have reading support with Mrs Pearce, Mrs Wiltshire, Mrs Jefferies, Mrs Osborn, Mrs Dillon and Mrs Sibley have been given a Christmas Reading Challenge. Each child has been given a book mark with a space to note how many books they have read over the holidays; ‘ I have read ….. […]

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The children have made a fantastic start to their school journey. They have settled well in to the daily life in school and have embraced every opportunity provided. The children have a great disposition for learning and thrive on the challenges we set them. We have a very rich and diverse early years curriculum encompassing […]

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The whole school were joined by parents and carers for a Harvest Celebration, where we thought about the hard work of farmers and how they make sure we have food to eat. Children acted out being a farmer. The children in the choir took part singing the Scarecrow Song. The children joined in, talking about [...]
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We are a very lucky school because our Governors visit regularly to see for themselves our school in action. Mr Julian Baker has been into school already. He conducted a Health and Safety inspection of the school with our caretaker Mr Witcomb. Then he stayed for lunch and talked to the children about their learning [...]
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It has been lovely to welcome our Year R children at lunchtime. They have been very sensible and they have enjoyed the school lunches as you can see from the photos. We are teaching our Year R children to use a knife and fork and try different foods they may not have tried before. George, [...]
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