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Dear Nursery,


We just wanted to write you a little message to say hello. We hope that you are all doing well and are enjoying doing lots of learning at home. We have loved seeing some of your work that has been uploaded onto EExAT. The Nursery team and myself have been keeping a close eye on things and are making sure that Mr Potato Head is keeping all the toys safe for you.

We hope that you and your families are keeping safe and are able to use this time to learn new things, be creative, be kind to one another and continue to explore your own interests.

We are very excited at school as we have just planted a sunflower and are nurturing it to grow big and strong. Keep your eyes peeled on the school website for photos and a message on its progress.

Please continue to share your learning with us and we can’t wait to see you all soon.

Best wishes, 


Mrs McKenzie, Mrs Loveridge, Miss Loveridge, Mrs Phillips and Miss Taylor


Exciting news!! Our EYFS and KS1 sunflowers are making good progress.

After 2 weeks, we are now starting to see them shooting up through the soil.

We have measured them and currently they are 11cm and 15cm tall.


I wonder how tall they are going to get? Keep your eyes peeled for future updates.

Home Learning Guidance


We hope that you and your child are enjoying the home learning activities. We are aware that currently, everyone's situation is different so please complete these activities within your own routines and to suit your child's needs.

All activities are carefully planned and are in line with the Early Years Curriculum.

June 01 2020

The school is open for pupils in the Nursery, Reception, Year 1, Year 6 and Key Workers' children.

Any pupils not attending can access online learning here:


The National Oak Academy,


BBC Bitesize


Early Years


Learning at home with Tapestry 


Home learning for Years 2, 3, 4 and 5 can be accessed as usual from the class pages.


Or please use any of the DFE approved websites, which can be accessed via Online Resources.