Biscuit & Book Event

Hi, Our Biscuit & Book event is every Wednesday afternoon at 2.30pm. Please enter school through the KS1 Gate. We look forward to seeing you!

Thank you Mr and Mrs Abbott

A huge thank you to Mr and Mrs Abbott (Grandparents of Johnny in 1/2T) for their email following on from the Key Stage 1 Nativity.

‘We just been to nativity performance and just wanted to say how much we enjoyed it.  It was the best we have seen. Please pass on our congratulations to staff and children involved. Well done.’

A huge thank you! This put a huge smile on the face of both children and staff. We are really proud of all our children and delighted to hear that the family members of our children enjoyed it so much.

EYFS/KS1 film night

Thank you again to everyone who has supported our film night. We’ve seen lots of excited children watching Arthur Christmas in their PJ’s enjoying milkshakes and hotdogs! It’s so lovely to see how many children have been to the film nights this week and supported our fundraising so a huge thank you again!

We hope to see you all at our Christmas fayre on the 18th December at 3pm!

Busy Bees

Today in 1H we have been very busy bees! We have practiced writing some bee facts ready for our fact files later on this week.

We have also practiced our class poem, ‘Ladybugs’. Over the last few weeks, we have been learning a poem together and creating our own actions. We can do it without Miss Heaton’s help now!

At playtime, we all went outside together in the rain to play ‘What’s the time Mr Wolf?’ we had a great time.

If any of you would like to do some home learning this week, I would suggest There are some free games for you to play, 1H love playing Obb and Bob and reading the alien words!

For maths, there are some great games on TopMarks too.

A great day in 1H!

I would just like to say how proud I am of 1H today! We have done some great work.

We have been learning a poem about ladybugs to help us with our reading and writing, we love performing it and some of the children have asked to learn a new one every week!

In maths we have been working with numbers from 11-20. Today we were representing pictures of objects using counters, we all did fantastically well. Why not gather some objects at home, count them and see if you can represent them in a different way? You could use counters, matchsticks, raisins or lego bricks!

A reminder to please bring reading books and records every day if possible. Thank you.


English learning

A quick post to say how impressed I am with 1H this morning in their English lesson. We are learning about non-fiction texts and have been unpicking the features collaboratively to create our own ‘non-fiction text toolkit’.

We have really enjoyed working together to identify the features!


Library Cards

A couple of weeks ago, the children had a visit from the Doncaster Library Service to talk about how brilliant visiting the library can be. Miss Heaton has sent a form home to set up a library card for the children – this would be so beneficial as the children in 1H are loving reading for pleasure! Please return forms to school and we will send them on to the library service.

A huge thank you to those children and parents who have been on Maths with Parents. I have read some of your comments and I am so pleased to hear you are enjoying the games and having lots of fun with maths at home!