Hello Everyone

We hope that you have had a lovely weekend? The weather has been changeable but when the sun shone it has been so hot! I went on a walk that I had not been on for the past 2 weeks and oh my how everything has grown! If you are growing flowers and vegetables in your gardens I am sure you have noticed this too! I was lucky to receive an email with some photos from Guy and he has been out enjoying the beach and finding a carved horse at Stover!

Seeing the new toys Guy has maybe you could take a special toy on an adventure with you and then send us the photos so we can share in there story adventure?

Here is a great song about some teddy bears having fun! My mummy used to sing this song to me when I was little! I have chosen an old version of this song sung by Bing Crosby.


Joyful June activity: Monday 

Share a happy memory with someone who means a lot to you

My daughter and I spent time talking about our old house in London and we both had fond but different memories to share. We both ended up laughing and having a hug!

Mrs Heap and Ching, Ching were inspired by our crumble cooking last week and they made apple crumble at home. Did you have ago at this at the weekend if not why not try it this week? Click on the blue writing to see them cooking~ there are 3 sheets

Crumble for your Tumble with Ching Ching (1)   

crumble for your tum-ble(2)

crumble for your tum-ble 3

We have noticed that making patterns has become important in your art work. Some patterns are regular and others are irregular. Some of you have noticed that butterflies patterns are symmetrical~ the same on both sides. Why not have fun creating patterns at home. You can make them with blocks, with art materials, by threading beads to make jewellery, by using the pegs on the line to form a pattern, when decorating a cake~ you choose but try to create a pattern today!


We hope you enjoy today’s story read by the author. This elephant has patterns all over him! “Elmer” by David McKee


Have fun today and we will see some of you tomorrow

Mrs Penn, Mrs Coleman and Mrs Heap