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Welcome to Buccaneers!

In our class we have 18 children in Foundation Stage plus 8 children in Year 1. Our teacher is Mrs Winter; our main teaching assistant is Mrs Johnson, though we also have support from Miss Hill and Mrs Williams. On Monday afternoons we have Forest School with Mrs Rae. Please look about on this page to see what we have been doing!

Class events

Tue 30 Oct

Y1 Dance Festival

Thu 1 Nov

Halloween Disco

Mon 5 Nov, 18:00-19:00

Parent meeting re Y1/2 assessments

Thu 8 Nov, 09:00-10:00

FS Parent Meeting: Reading

Fri 9 Nov, 10:15-11:15

Remembrance

Fri 30 Nov, 09:00-10:30

Buccaneers Sharing Assembly

Thu 13 Dec

Aladdin at Chipping Norton Theatre

Fri 14 Dec, 14:30-15:15

Parent Celebration Assembly

Mon 17 Dec

KS1 production

Thu 20 Dec

Christmas Dinner

See the full diary...

Busy, busy, busy!

The Buccaneers are a busy little bunch; they are keen to try everything and get involved with using tools to make and create.  

The freshly pressed apple juice from Mrs Shipway went down a treat this week, washing down the hotdogs perfectly!

Buccaneers take flight at Forest School!

What a lovely afternoon we had with all of the Buccaneers at Forest School today.  

It was so lovely to hear some of the Year 1's keen to explore and show others around the site - and they couldn't wait to share our important Forest School rules!

Apple peeling, sawing, fire lighting and going on the rope swing were very popular so it was nice to come back together for a sit down and to try some of our homemade campfire apple crumble.

Land Art

On Monday afternoon, we shared a book with the Year 1's all about Leaf Man.  Once inspired, we went off to explore the Forest School site, look for changes and gather up some bits of nature to take back to the classroom.  The children then used water colours and their leaves, twigs and seeds to create fab land art pictures!

Key Stage 1 Concert

A right Royal time

We've had a lovely few weeks in the sunshine at Forest School.

To commemorate the Royal wedding, we had cucumber sandwiches, scones and jam - put together by the children.  Some of them also chose to make nature crowns, pictures and swords.  

This week, we had a go at making candles; we heated the wax up on the fire, added a wax crayon for colour and pure it into jars.

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