“Remember you’re the one who can fill the world with sunshine”

Snow White

“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go”

Dr Zeus

“Develop a passion for learning, if you do, you will never cease to grow. “

Anthony J. D’Angelo

“All you need is faith, trust and a little fairy dust”

JM Barrie

Our teachers in Foundation Stage are:


Mrs Westnidge – Class Teacher

Mrs Fox – Class teacher

Mrs Leng – Class Teacher

Miss Egan


Mrs Mitchell – Nursery Nurse


Mrs Wildgoose – Level 3 Teaching Assistant


Mrs Hawes – Class Teacher


Mrs Womersley – Teaching Assistant


PE will take place on Thursday for all children. Please ensure your child has a PE kit which is clearly labelled with their name. All jewellery must be removed.

Rockets to Success

We ask parents to celebrate their children’s achievements at home by completing a star moment note which are clearly displayed on our rocket to success board.


We provide a free lending library which is situated in the reception room. Parents are free to choose books with their children as often as they wish.

In F1, children change their books on Thursdays.

Can children please bring their book bags to school everyday. When you read with your child, please record this in their reading diary. If the children read 15 times, they will receive a prize and a certificate as a reward for all their hard work.

Weekend Bears

Our weekend bears go home with a different child each week. Please feel free to add photos, pictures and/or a written account of your weekend activities in the book provided.

In F1, Scruff and Sam will be visiting you soon.

Welcome to FS2

FS2 Autumn newsletter

FS2-Medium Term Plan

We have had a fabulous day. The children enjoyed dressing up in spotty clothes and baking Pudsey biscuits. We have also had a colouring competition and a disco.

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Today for children in need we all got to dress up in spots. We spoke about who Pudsey is and why we raise money for children in need. We even got to have a spotty disco and pudsey cookies! Don’t we all look spottacular!

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Today for anti-bullying week we all chose to wear odd socks to show our support. We spoke about what we could do to be a good friend, we thought sharing, being kind, listening and giving hugs were important things to make a good friend. We had so much fun looking at all the different patterns…

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This week, we have been learning about the 5th November. The children have talked a lot about what they do at a bonfire and we have completed numeracy and creative activities linked to this. We have even built our own bonfire in school today and have eaten hot dogs around it! Look what fun we…

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This week to celebrate 100 years of remembering, we talked about the people who help us and all the brave soldiers and why we use a poppy to say “we remember”. We looked at all the poppies that grew on the field after the war had finished. All together we created a big poppy to…

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This week we have been learning all about Diwali, “the festival of  lights”. To celebrate we created diva lamps and even got to try some new Indian food. We looked at all the lovely bright colours we used to decorate our diva lamps and manipulated the clay to make it into a circle. We think…

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This week there has been lots of talk about all the fireworks we’ve seen outside while we’ve been at home. We’ve discussed all the important things to remember if we go to a bonfire night and how to stay safe. Once we looked at all the different fireworks, we thought about the different foods you…

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Something very exciting happened this week, Miss Palmer found the biggest pumpkin we had ever seen! After we had lots of fun playing with the gigantic pumpkin, we started to wonder, what might be inside? So we all sat around in a circle and watched closely as Miss Palmer carefully cut off the top of…

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