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Hello KS1 parents and carers,

Here is newsletter 4.  I love writing the weekly newsletter. I love receiving news updates from the team and sharing them with you. I hope you enjoy receiving the newsletter as much as we enjoy putting it together! We also received some lovely photos this week from a parent who was doing some wonderful work at home with their child. Thank you so much and keep up the good work everyone!


Key stage 1 team update
Here’s a few photos that have been sent to me this week: Mrs Robert’s daughter completing her journal, her son Jack doing the ‘toilet roll keepie uppie challenge!’ Maybe one to try at home! Mrs Ablewhite’s children making rainbow paths, Miss Neal going on a woodland walk with her children and Mrs Tivey’s children baking dinosaur bones. What a fantastic week in lockdown! 

Here's your diary for this week:


Tuesday 21st April


Do you remember when Severn Trent came into school to talk to us about the water cycle and how to look after the environment?


Well, they sent Mrs Roberts a lovely email last week that said:


'Our Education Team wanted to share a selection of free online resources we're putting together to ensure children can continue to learn.  We'll be adding new content each Monday.  All resources can be found here at  The topics we will be covering in the upcoming weeks are below:


  • Monday 6th April - Blockages
  • Monday 13th - April - Blockages continued
  • Monday 20th April - Health & Hydration
  • Monday 27th April - Plastics and the Environment
  • Monday 4th May - Water Efficiency


Wednesday 22nd April


It's hard in these times to find things funny, but smiling and laughing are even more important than ever.  I've heard about this song called "Baked Potato".  It reminds children of all the things we need to do to be safe.  It is very catchy and children love it.  It's a charity song to raise money for the NHS.

Find it on YouTube: Thank you Baked Potato





Thursday 23rd April


Mrs Tivey sent some lovely ideas to me this week.  My favourites are Monday, Wednesday and Saturday.


Link:  Five star breathing exercise