New arrivals and an alien invasion

New arrivals:

This week we has two new friends join us in the afternoon. A big welcome to Anastasia and Hazel who have settled in fantastically.

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Alien Invasion:

This week we have been reading Aliens Love Underpants by Claire Freedman. It is a very funny story all about pants, knickers, bloomers and aliens! The children enjoyed it so much that we even had an alien invasion on Thursday and spent time making our own pants.

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P.S On Thursday 3rd December we will be having a ‘Pyjama Day’. Children can come into school wearing their pyjamas and dressing gowns and bring in a special cuddly toy for our fun filled day.

A visit from an astronaut

This week we have been learning all about space in Nursery. Conveniently an astronaut crashed her spaceship into our playground on Wednesday. Luckily no one was hurt but we did get to meet her and ask her some questions like: Have you ever seen an alien? What do you eat in space? and How did you crash? After that the children helped fix the spaceship using tools, hardwork and teamwork. When the spaceship was working again we all gathered inside and counted down to blast off! Thanks for visiting us Mrs Astronaut and we hope you have a great time on the moon.

 

 

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Marlowe showed us how to do a moon walk.
Marlowe showed us how to do a moon walk.

 

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Nursery – Year 6 Autumn Booklist

The aim of these lists is to flag up some quality books that you may not be familiar with.  They are not reading lists that children are expected to read through in isolation; they are to support your ongoing relationship with your child and books.  You may recognise some old favourites and discover some new ones.  Enjoy sharing them together and remember your local libraries!

The book lists for each  year group have been published here, along with additional suggestions for Key Stage 2 readers.