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Class R

Football fever!


Class R have got football fever!!! We are loving the World Cup at the moment and it has meant we can learn about teams, countries, flags, winning, losing, keeping on trying and being a team! 

We were so excited about England winning yesterday so we set up our own penalty shootout game. The children came up with ideas of what to use for goalposts and they enjoyed trying to score goals! 

Come on England ๐Ÿด๓ ง๓ ข๓ ฅ๓ ฎ๓ ง๓ ฟ๐Ÿ˜Š

Our Boogie Beat and Smalley Hall partnership

Unknown Smalley-Hall
After lunch on Friday, 15 of the children from Class R walked down to Smalley Hall residential home to meet Becky from Boogie Beat and some of the residents and carers from Smalley Hall.

The children participated in a music and story session all about the 3 Billy Goats Gruff.  The children learnt to sign characters and objects from the story as well as sing all about the goats.  The residents also joined in, using the instruments and singing the songs; the residents loved seeing the children.

After the session, using the Derby Rocks that the residents had painted, the children went into the newly developed courtyard and found all 19 rocks. The children then had fun hiding them on the way back to school.  We all enjoyed a light refreshment before heading back to school. 

The children were an absolute credit to our school, they listened so well, were very polite and participated in all of the activities.

We look forward to our partnership continuing and we are looking forward to next month already. 



Flower festival with our buddies



A day of celebration!

BB5C64D8-631C-45F7-BBAF-B720FB847FBDClass R enjoying a day of Royal Wedding celebrations.

Congratulations Harry and Meghan ๐ŸŽ‰

Royal Reception ๐Ÿ‘‘

We had a really fun day celebrating the royal wedding!


From caterpillar to butterfly...

In Class R we have been learning about lots of different minibeasts that we see in our gardens. Over the past few weeks we have been following the lives of our very own class caterpillars. They started as tiny caterpillars and grew and grew whilst munching away on their special food. After a couple of weeks we saw them change into chrysalides. We had to be really careful at this stage as the magical change was happening! About 10 days later, we discovered that our beautiful butterflies had emerged. Class R have amazed us with the amount they have learnt over the past few weeks about our caterpillars and butterflies. It has been so wonderful to see the curiosities develop and to hear that children have been telling their grown ups at home all about it!


Butterfly release from Miss Tulley on Vimeo.


Butterflies! from Miss Tulley on Vimeo.

Our trip to Bluebells

We had a wonderful trip last week at Bluebell Dairy. Here are some photos of some of the things we did. We had a brilliant trip teacher called Kelly and she taught us lots of new facts about the animals at the farm. It was a super day and to finish off the day we enjoyed the play area and of course, tasted some delicious ice cream!


Trip from Miss Tulley on Vimeo.


The Cup of Courage


Can you remember why the girls received the Eddy Parry Cup of Courage

in our Gold Book assembly today?



Robin Hood record

If anyone likes dressing up, supporting charity and spending time with family and friends this could be for you ๐Ÿ˜Š



Here is Class R enjoying their archery lesson in PE this week. It was tricky to begin with, but the more we practised, the easier it became. Well done Class R!