Bringing books to life 

Our youngest pupils at the primary school are all so keen to participate in their lessons and activities. Discovering something new, exploring and developing their life skills and building the foundations of knowledge. Class teams are always evolving new and inventive ways to inspire interest, this was demonstrated with reading this week.

It’s amazing how much learning can evolve from a simple story. Willow Class has been reading “The Three Little Pigs”. Their enjoyment of the subject matter is evident and over the course of the week, literacy, DT, motor skills, role play, team work and communication have all played a part in bringing this story to life.

Story Sacks are a wonderful aid to learning and encourage role play, and team work, communication and thought processes are needed for construction projects. Especially for houses made of cardboard.

We cannot thank you enough for all the time and effort you have put into our son. You are amazing and we appreciate everything you have done for us as a family.

Parent – 2018

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Bringing books to life 

Our youngest pupils at the primary school are all so keen to participate in their lessons and activities. Discovering something new, exploring and developing their life skills and building the foundations of knowledge. Class teams are always evolving new and …

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