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Key Information

As a Rights Respecting School in our unit we have got four simple rules that we all must follow. The rules are to ensure that all children can work together harmoniously in order to be fantastic learners.

Your child should be able to share with you these rules.

  • 1) Respect each other. We all have the right to be fantastic learners. (Article 28 of the United Nation's Convention on the Rights of the Child)
  • 2) Share with friends. We all have the right to be heard. (Article 12 of the United Nation's Convention on the Rights of the Child)
  • 3) Keep our classroom tidy. We all have the right to relax and learn. (Article 31 of the United Nation's Convention on the Rights of the Child)
  • 4) Keep your hands and feet to yourself. We all have the right to be safe. (Article 19 of the United Nation's Convention on the Rights of the Child)

Learning Journey

Each child has their own personal learning journey which is unique to them. We document each child’s observed key learning using written stories, photographs and wow stickers. These are shared with each child and added to their learning journey. Children store their learning journeys in their individual drawers. They can access them independently to revisit and share their learning with friends and families.

Please remember that as parents we invite you to share your child's home learning and exciting adventures. This can be done by sending photographs into school which will allow the children to tell us their story which we will add to their learning journey. You can also add photos to your child’s learning journey and write all about their fantastic learning at home yourself. Also you can email any photos or fantastic learning stories to our home learning email at

Summer Term Topic

This Summer we are going to be learning about Farms and New Life. As part of the topic the children went to Thornton Hall Farm. This gave them the opportunity to be farmers for the day learning all about the animals and feeding lambs and calves. We currently have Duck Eggs hatching in school and the children are closely observing them and learning about the life cycle of a duck.


The children love to bake independently in FSU. In order to meet the costs of our fabulous edible creations we ask if parents would kindly make a money donation in the baking money box near the front door into FSU or donate ingredients. Make the most of those ‘buy one get one free offers’ and buy eggs, flour, sugar, margarine for home and school!

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