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Our final R-time of this half term.

Our final R-time of this half term.

The activity this week was to ask our partners, 'what has made you proud?' and then to listen carefully to the response and share it (if it was OK with the person who gave it). What the children came up with certainly made us adults very proud!

Our Monday Morning R-time session

Our Monday Morning R-time session

Our R-Time sessions are always a special moment in our week, but the one this Monday was particularly pleasing. To reflect our involvement in Harvest Festival, the partners were asked to find something that could agree they were both grateful for. Just have a look at...

Our Clay Day.

Our Clay Day.

As part of our bespoke curriculum, we like to immerse the children in experiences which support deep, rich learning. Today was devoted to clay; its role in our town's development through both a historical and geographical perspective as well as the uses of clay...

Archie’s 3.

Archie’s 3.

One of our Home learning activities last week was to draw our digits and then turn them into a picture. Archie, the older brothers to one of our year 2s, helped his little brother out. He produced a number of pictures but was particularly proud of the three that he...

Pink Pens for Parents!

Pink Pens for Parents!

As you probably know, adults in school write in blue ink and children write in green. We think it would be great if we could add parent voice to our environment and learning. So, to help that happen, there are a pack of pink pens and speech bubbles so you can let us...

Another big Thank You to the Year 2 parents.

Another big Thank You to the Year 2 parents.

The parents in the year 2 team are doing a brilliant job of getting involved in their children's book choosing in the morning. It is great to see and hear the conversations going on in the book changing space in the mornings and the quality of the comments appearing...

Our KS 1 Maths assemblies.

Our KS 1 Maths assemblies.

It is great to learn together which is why we try to create opportunities for children to collaborate wherever possible. Year 2 were proud to be able to help year 1 use concrete models to count to 100. Teaching someone else something is a great way to grow the...

A Haytor View First!!

A Haytor View First!!

Well this was a special moment! One child was chosen for celebration assembly for the same thing, by two adults completely separately. No-one can remember a time when this has ever happened before so this makes this a record! There can be no doubt or argument about...

Fridays for the Future

Fridays for the Future

One of our families respectfully informed us that they were going to attend the Friday for Future gathering in Exeter this Friday. This inspired us and gave us a great opportunity to come together as a KS 1 team to explore aspects of geography, history and citizenship...

Wow! What an impressive home learning project.

Wow! What an impressive home learning project.

Home Learning can be a bit hard on Mums and Dads if they feel they are constantly trying to make children do things they don't naturally enjoy so in year 2, we try and make the Home learning as fun as possible. One of the ways we try to do this is to interrogate the...

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