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Next Week…

Next week the children will be reading the story ‘After The Storm’ by Nick Butterworth. This is one of many lovely stories from the ‘Percy the Park Keeper’ series. As part of our learning in Literacy the children will be … Continue reading

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Autumn Walk

  The children went on an Autumn walk this week to have a look at how the environment changes during the seasons and collect leaves to bring back to class. We also went on a hunt to find spinning Jennys … Continue reading

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Hedgehogs

We have been learning all about hedgehogs this week. We have read a story book called ‘The Very Helpful Hedgehog’ and read facts books to find out lots of information. We now know that hedgehogs like to eat worms and … Continue reading

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Bonfire night

This week the children have been discussing bonfire night. We talked about how to be safe around the bonfire, fireworks and sparklers. Some of the children’s suggestions were to stay close to Mummy or Daddy, wear gloves when playing with sparklers … Continue reading

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Exercise can reorganise the brain and boost willpower.

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Book of the week

This week the children have been reading the story of Little Red Hen. We talked how the wheat grew, remembering what we have learnt about Harvest. We also talked about being kind to our friends and working together to get … Continue reading

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In the first few years of life, 700 new neural connections are formed every second. Emily Curley

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Knowsley Safari Park

Reception had the most AMAZING time at Knowsley Safari Park. We saw lots of different animals and were lucky enough to see the tigers and the wolves (which we were told are very good at hiding and do not usually … Continue reading

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Most adults can quickly and effortlessly recall as many as 100,000 regularly used words when prompted.

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