Easter antics!

We have had lots of fun the last two days! We spent the morning in Forest School yesterday and enjoyed climbing trees, playing in the mud kitchen, eating marshmallow s’mores, drinking hot chocolate and eating hot dogs. Yesterday afternoon we made Easter jack in the boxes and played outside in the sun with bubbles.

Today we have had a very active day! Mrs Unsworth made an Easter egg hunt for the children and they each won an Easter egg, very kindly donated by Charlie and Alfie’s mum Vicky! We have played marble Maths games, made chocolate Easter egg nests, stained glass windows and even completed some gardening!

Have a lovely Easter weekend!
Mrs Edwards, Mrs Unsworth and Mrs Galloway




Mid Term Reports

Due to not having parents evening this term the teachers have written a mid term report to inform you of their progress so far this year.

This will be posted to you, along with the spring/summer targets for your child, sometime next week. The report will be posted to your child’s home address.  If you require a copy sent to another parents address please let the school office know and we will arrange this.


Day 10 Challenge – Guest challenge

Your final challenge of this term has been set by Rev Rich.

Can you create something related to the Easter story for your windows?

Maybe a home-made stained glass cross (using coloured tissue paper) or a cracked-open Easter Egg, representing new life through Jesus.

Good luck and remember to take a photo of your completed challenges!

Harry Potter

Harry Potter author JK Rowling has launched a brand new Hogwarts-themed website for children and parents hoping to give self-isolation a magical twist, promising everything from quizzes and puzzles through to ‘nifty magical craft videos’.

Users can start off by finding out which Hogwarts House they belong in as they register, before pretending they’re real Hogwarts students with ‘First Year Quizzes’, themed wordsearches and crosswords, guides on how to draw a Niffler and more.


Mr. Chiverton

Shropshire BEAM support

Please see the flyer below for more information about the service/support Shropshire BEAM* will be providing during the next few months. There is an extremely useful link, at the bottom of the flyer, to their online resources.

*BEAM is an emotional health and well-being service for children and young people across the Shropshire.