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Welcome to Buccaneers!

In our class we have 20 children in Foundation Stage. Our teacher is Mrs Winter; our teaching assistants are Miss Hill in the mornings with Mrs Mulcahy and Mrs Sutherland in the afternoons. On Monday mornings Mrs Fairhurst teaches us and 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

Mon 10 Feb

Assessment Week

Wed 12 Feb

School Association Rags 2 Riches collection

Thu 13 Feb

Parent Celebration Assembly

Thu 13 Feb

Art/DT Day

Fri 14 Feb

Art/ DT Day

Mon 17 Feb - Fri 21 Feb

Half Term

Mon 24 Feb

Long parents' evening

Thu 27 Feb

SENCO SEND reviews

Fri 6 Mar

Buccaneers sharing assembly and parent workshop

Fri 20 Mar

Parents' and carers' assembly

See the full diary...

Honey cakes for Baby Bears

Buccaneers have been learning about the story Whatever Next as an introduction to the theme of space. We have been thinking about the foods Baby Bear took to the moon.  All children enjoyed joining in weighing ingredients and mixing them together to make honey cakes. 

1st Session of 2020

We had a lovely first session back; we upcycled tin cans to make shakers, used natural paintbrushes to paint trees, worked together with Mr Sutherland to build a den, had a go at lighting fires, lifted logs in our search for minibeasts and enjoyed hanging out on the swings.  There was lots of team building, working together, learning new skills and building confidence.

An Early Christmas Present

Today on the last day of term, Buccaneers had a surprise visit from Mrs.Fairhurst. Each child received an early Christmas present and had to wait patiently before all presents were unwrapped at the same time! Needless to say there was much excitement and we hope the children enjoy sharing their festive stories over the Christmas break!

The Shiniest Star

A superb production from our Foundation, Year 1 and Year 2 children. They could hardly stop singing the songs! Well done to everyone: our youngest children joined in brilliantly and the older ones did a marvellous job with their acting, narration and solo singing. 

Cogges Farm Visit

Children enjoyed our day exploring Christmas through the ages. Activities included making Christmas decorations, crackers and spiced biscuits. We ended our visit watching a traditional puppet show. 

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