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EYFS literacy meeting

Thank you to all parents who attended our EYFS Literacy workshop. We hope you found it informative. We have provided lots of guidance for how you can support your child's literacy skills. All parents will receive an information pack. Links to useful websites can be found via our class pages.


EYFS Literacy Evening

Key Stage One Visit to Manor Road Community Woodland

This week all the classes from KS1 visited Manor Road Community Woodland to do some work supporting their current science topics, Animals including Humans. The children considered the needs of different animals and used this to create shelters for their furry friends. They then looked for signs of Autumn, supporting their work on Harvest, and completed a scavenger hunt around the woodland. It was a great morning for all involved and the children left the woodland inspired to do more work on this topic.

Jethro Knuckleskull

KS1 News

Today the children from KS1 were transported back to 1666 by Jethro Knuckleskull, servant of Samuel Pepys. The children explored the Great Fire of London through drama and with their own individual class workshops. The children were inspired by the event which supports their current in-class topic.


Get Caught Reading

Well Done to our First 'Get Caught Reading' Winners

A huge congratulations to our first Get Caught Reading competition winners. Don't forget to keep collecting points for the competition, which runs throughout September. Details about the competition can be found here along with spare points sheets and scavenger hunt sheets.

Bath half marathon for lifeskills

Call for would-be runners to help raise money for lifeskills centre

Did your child come to Lifeskills? Would you like to improve your fitness and challenge yourself while raising money for a fantastic cause? There are 8 spaces left for the Bath Half Marathon which takes place on Sunday 17th March 2019. The entry fee is £35 and the fundraising target is £300. If you are interested in running or would like further information, please call 0117 922 4511 or email

Please see the flyer with the relevant details. Runners are needed to raise essential funds for Lifeskills so that we can keep visitng this fantastic safety centre which our Year 6s enjoy every year.

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