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What's in the egg?

What's in the egg? 1

We have been asked to look after this magical creatures egg.

We don't know what is inside!

What could it be?

How will we look after it?

Happy New Year!

We hope you all had a fabulous Christmas and New Year,

Welcome back to another term in Robin Class!

When I Grow Up!

We all dressed up as whatever we want to be when we grow up. There were racing drivers, nurses, surgeons, teachers, police officers and firefighters to name but a few.

We were lucky enough to be visited by a selection of lovely people who told us all about their jobs.

We met a childrens entertainer, someone who builds Lego for a living, a Police officer, an ice cream shop owner, and a midwife.

Thank you so much to all of our families and friends for making our week so enjoyable.

Mr Beesley

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Our topic this half term is "Good to be me!"


We have been reading the story Funnybones and talking about the different parts of our body. We have also enjoyed singing the skeleton song!

As part of our topic, we have changed the role play corner into a doctors surgery where Robin Class doctors and nurses have been curing all kinds of problems. Miss Burge had a sling put on her, poor Mrs Bird tried very hard to make an appointment to see the doctors and Mrs Baird needed her temperature taking! Luckily, all the patients made a good recovery!
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We had lots of spooky fun at our Halloween party. We all dressed up and had a spooktacular time!

Mill Chase Road Allotments


We enjoyed a walk to Mill Chase Road Allotments this week. We saw a variety of fruit and vegetables growing including some ENORMOUS TURNIPS! It reminded us of the story of the enormous turnip that we had been reading this week. We saw juicy strawberries and raspberries, tall corn on the cob, long runner beans and purple sprouting broccoli. 


 Our tummies were rumbling so much that we came back to the classroom and tasted some roasted vegetables and made leek and potato soup too! 

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Stay and Play

Thank you to all parents and carers who were able to attend our stay and play session this morning. It was lovely to see so many of you, the children seemed to enjoy showing you their classroom and sharing their toys.  

We hope you enjoyed joining in with our hello song and tasting the bread that the children made yesterday. We have been singing Alice the Camel all day, we hope you have too!


Stay and play 11th October 2017

The Little Red Hen and Breadmaking

Robin Class listened carefully to the story of The Little Red Hen this week and joined in with all the repeated refrains. The poor Red Hen did all the work herself, but also ended up with some delicious fresh bread. 

We wondered how the Little Red Hen made her bread, so we had a go ourselves!

Can you remember the ingredients? What did we have to do?


Welcome to Robin Class


We are looking forward to welcoming you into Robin Class very soon!


Your teachers will be,

Mrs Amy Pidgeon


Ms Zoë Morris


Your Learning Support Assistants are

Mrs Jan Burge,

Mrs Becky Bird and 

Mrs Tina Baird


The first day back for existing nursery pupils is Friday 8th September, and we look forward to meeting our new friends from week beginning 11th September. 


Enjoy the rest of your Summer holidays, see you soon!


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