Author Archives: Jacqui Dalton
Wow! What a wonderful performance! The children were absolutely amazing and should feel very proud of themselves. Thank you also to parents for sending costumes in and being a fantastic audience! Merry Christmas everyone!
Check out these amazing group photos of our future acting/singing/dancing talent!
Welcome back! Hope you all had a lovely half term break. Please find the latest newsletter for this half term. It is one of the most fun (and busy) half terms, with lots of Christmas activities planned! Year 1 Newsletter … Continue reading
Wow! What a half term it has been! I’m so pleased with how well all of the children have settled into Year 1 and how much progress they have made already – especially with their writing. This week, we have … Continue reading
Today, Year 1 had lots of fun! Earlier this week, we sent party invitations to Hoctopize the alien to invite him to a party in our classroom. He wrote back to us to thank us but unfortunately he couldn’t come. … Continue reading
Year 1 have been working really hard in Maths this week. We’ve been learning how to partition a two digit number into tens and units, and also how to find one more and one less than a number we are … Continue reading
What a super week we’ve had again in Year 1! We brought in old toys that our parents/grandparents used to play with and told the class all about them. Lots of the toys brought back memories for Mrs Dalton! It … Continue reading
Welcome to Year 1! I have been so impressed with how sensibly the children have started this new school year! We have already started having fun with our Toys and Toy Story theme; showing how amazing we are on the … Continue reading
In preparation for our trip to Blackpool in a couple of weeks, Year 2 have been looking at the similarities and differences between seaside holidays 100 years ago and what they are like now. We’ve also looked at how Blackpool … Continue reading
This morning, we were treated to Year 2 Sunshines and Rainbow’s special interpretation of ‘Georgina’s Marvellous Medicine’. The children really did themselves proud with their delivery of words, their singing and dancing (especially the funky moves to Bruno Mars!). Thank … Continue reading