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Year 1 Forest School Fun!
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Year 1 have had the best time at forest school this half term! We've wrapped up warm and have loved exploring, playing and learning outdoors in all weathers. From making wooden reindeers, toasting yummy marshmallows to being brave when zip lining, we have had so much fun!

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Pupil Council's Mince Pie Drop!
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Today our newly formed Pupil Council were very busy! They made some mince pies with Ms Kirkham which they then distributed around Willaston. We had a lovely walk round our estate, wishing people 'Merry Christmas' and giving out mince pies!

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Reception, Year 1, Year 2 and Year 3 Christmas Party
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What a fantastic Christmas Party Reception, Year 1, Year 2 and Year 3 had this afternoon. We played lots of party games, pass the parcel, musical statues and of course we had to have a dance off... We all really enjoyed our party tea too. Thank you to everyone for sending in lots of yummy food.

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Christmas Dinner!
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We have had such a lovely lunchtime today as it was Christmas Dinner! We had a beautiful turkey roast dinner with sausages, Yorkshire puddings and sausages. For pudding we had Snowman Shortbread! Everyone got a cracker and we had Christmas music playing. A huge thank you to Faye, Irene and Stacey!

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Key Stage One and Two Christmas Concert
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Well where do we start? Key Stage One and Two's Christmas Concert this afternoon was amazing. The children sang their hearts out performing a mix of traditional and modern Christmas songs. Our favourites were 'Ding Dong Merrily on High' and 'It was on a Starry Night!' The choir sang 'In a Stable' w…

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Mrs Slater's Christmas Club
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Mrs Slater started her Year 3 Kind Christmas Club last night and we were thrilled to see so many families attend. They created lovely Santa cards and had hot chocolate. Fun was had by all. Marshall's Mum also read the story 'The Dinosaur that Pooped Christmas' which was brilliant! Can't wait to see…

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An Explosion of Learning!
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As an Early Years Teacher, I get to observe children every day. To watch what captures them, what fascinates them and plan how to move them towards our learning goals. Every day begins with me thinking about what I want the children to learn, practise or develop and how I can fit the intended learn…

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