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Class R

Grubby Club - week four finale!

What fun! Thank you everyone!



Grubby Club - week 3!

A lovely evening to be outside!



Meeting our buddies!

Class R had a wonderful time meeting their buddies. 

Buddies from Miss Tulley on Vimeo.


Autumn Walk

What a beautiful day for an Autumn walk! Class R got their wellies, boots and coats on ready to look for the signs of Autumn on our walk. We found some beautiful leaves, berries, fungi, conkers and acorns. We had to think carefully about what we should and shouldn't touch as we saw lots of prickly leaves, berries and fungi and we talked about why we shouldn't touch everything we see. 

For the very last part of our walk we enjoyed an exhilarating run all the way across the field! 

Take a look at us on our walk and the things that we saw and found! 

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Superhero day 2017

Our annual superhero day for Gold September was another huge success this year.

The children looked amazing and we raised £396 by selling badges and wearing non uniform for this fabulous cause.

Well done to our super children!

Superhero day 2017

Superhero day 2017

Superhero day 2017

Superhero day 2017

Embark Federation - Forest schools training

All staff from Embark Federation received excellent training last night on Forest Schools/Outdoor Learning.

This was led by our very own Mr Goodburn at Kilburn Juniors and it was such an inspiring session that even the rain didn't dampen our spirits!

The staff took part in a number of well thought out activities that suit the outdoors rather than the classroom. What made the session even better was the enthusiasm of all of our staff and the creative thinking of how these can be adapted and used for different subjects and ages.

This is all part of our commitment to give our pupils a wide range of opportunities and a first class education.

Huge thank you to Mr Goodburn and all our staff for a memorable training session.

Enjoy the pictures below!

Embark Federation - Forest schools training

Embark Federation - Forest schools training

First Gold Book

Today was the first Gold Book Assembly of the year and it was EYFS and Key Stage 1's turn. This is a special assembly where the class teachers choose 6 children to celebrate something fantastic. 

This week all of Class R had a mention in the Gold Book for settling in well and being independent at lunch times- we are very proud of them all.

There were also 6 children chosen for their hard work with reading at home and their super self-portraits. They got to stand at the front of the hall and collect a sticker from Mrs Mason and Mrs Reckless whilst everyone clapped. 

Class R sat and listened very well to the assembly and we sensibly walked back to our classroom whilst the rest of the school sang us the Embark song. Well done Class R on another super week! :-) 


First week in Class R

Well, we have had a brilliant first week of school in Class R! The children have made us very proud, settling in, making friends and growing in confidence in their brand new class. We have had a tour of the whole school, meeting the grown ups who work at Smalley and we even managed to squeeze all of us into Mrs Mason's office!!! We then had to be very quiet as Mrs Bounds answered the office telephone. We've also enjoyed some ring games in the big hall.  Myself and Mrs Evans have really enjoyed the first week and we can't wait for many more fantastic weeks! Well done Class R :-)  IMG_5173 IMG_5177

Welcome back!

As you may have seen, the Smalley school hens have been  away over the summer. They have had a holiday at Miss Tulley's house so that they could have some refurbishments on their coop. They are now back at school and ready to see everyone on Monday 😊


Chick news!

Yipeeee exciting news today- One of Mavis' eggs has hatched. Welcome to the world little chick! As you can see it isn't a yellow chick, but yellow and brown. The breed is called a Cream Legbar hen. Lovely addition to our last week of school :-)