Message for parents

OPEN MORNING – WEDNESDAY 14TH NOVEMBER

The school will be ‘open’ for visitors from 9.30am until 11.30am.  This is an opportunity for any of our community, or potential community, to come and see the school in action.  Anybody who wishes to come to our open day can turn up at the office, sign in as a visitor and they will be shown around the school by a member of staff.

Category: Yarty Class

Yarty ‘Great Fire of London’

Yarty Class were busy decorating their ‘Great Fire of London’ houses. They have been using real money to purchase paint, glue and other materials. They have had to budget which has been fascinating: Seeing 7 and 8 year olds updating their bank statement, running a shop, dealing with supply and demand issues and even giving each other cut-price deals on second hand supplies has been fascinating. So much learning engagement!

Yarty Class Topic

Yarty Class Garden Project

How to plant a seed by Matthew in Yarty Class

  • Make a hole with the trowel roughly about five cm deep.
  • Get the rake and put the handle in the hole to make a drill.
  • Carefully place the seeds in the drill.
  • After that, cover the seed with soil.
  • Water evenly!
  • Last of all, label the plants.

Yarty Class Forest School

Our Summer Term Forest School sessions take place offsite once a week for five weeks.  The whole day takes place outdoors, and the children take part in a range of making, creating, and exploring tasks.   The sessions will form the stimulus for most of our learning back at school, hopefully giving the children a rich and challenging experience to reflect on.

Yarty Class Wetlands Visit

It seems that Yarty class had an absolutely fabulous time at the Seaton wetlands, they all came back suitably muddy and totally buzzing with stories of what had happened!  Mr Davis was very pleased, everybody behaved well and was sensible for the whole day and learnt loads.  It is always great to hear the children enjoying themselves; they are now looking forward to their ‘Forest School’ sessions in the Summer Term.

Yarty Class (Year 2 & Year 3) continuing their Science topic around rocks and soils

Forest School – Yarty Class

During the first half of the Summer Term Yarty Class spend one day each week at Forest School.  It takes place outdoors, and the children take part in a range of making, creating, and exploring tasks.  The sessions form the stimulus for most of our lessons back at school, hopefully giving the children a rich and challenging experience to reflect on as they go.

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