It's Beginning to look a lot like Christmas…

Today we have started some very small steps towards feeling festive in Reception. We have spent the afternoon decorating our homemade Christmas tree, which looks super, I am sure you’ll agree!

Following the week’s learning on the Gingerbread Man, the children have written some amazing new versions of the story and have been allowed to make their own Gingerbread Men with Mrs Davies and Miss Tsang, I hope they were yummy!

Have a lovely weekend

Mrs Burgess :o)

Is anybody out there!?

Hello Parents and Carers,

A lot of you know that I am a HUGE advocate of the school blog and my new mission is to encourage the rest of the staff at Peel Hall to be more active at blogging for all year groups.

I need to know that people are here, actively reading our blogs. Blogs can be time consuming for staff to do and so if parents/carers are not commenting and interacting, it seems an extra task for staff to do if nobody is looking at the blog.

Please respond to this blog by saying hello, and letting us know which year group you would like to see more content from, and I will make it my personal mission to get our teachers blogging more 😀 If there’s lots of comments, it lets us know that you’re there and encourages us to keep the blogs flowing!

Don’t be shy!

Mrs Burgess :o)

A Dark, Dark Tale

This week we read A Dark, Dark Tale by Ruth Brown. We wrote simple sentences about the story and then today we went on our very own Dark, Dark Tale in our outdoor area. We went up the dark, dark hill…past the dark, dark house…by the dark, dark pirate ship and finally found a dark, dark box in the mud kitchen. When we opened the box, there was somethign very special inside. An invitation! Mike and Betty Bear had invited us for a special story time in the Outdoor Gazebo with a biscuit! There was even time for a play on the Year One playground!

Mrs Burgess :o)