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Monday 13th July


Wow who can believe that it is the last week of term!  We have had a great week in school learning all about spirals in nature. The best part was collecting our own snails... we loved it!

I am not putting any planning up for this week. In class we will be finishing off things that we haven't completed and we will also have some outside Forest School time. You may wish to continue to follow the Oak National Academy for English and Math's. Please use the time to complete any learning that you have not finished yet.


Please watch any of the Rev Ben assemblies that you have not seen yet and take some to reflect on the values with your child. The cosmic yoga is also a great way to take time to relax and stretch in a mindful way.


We are busy getting ready for the Autumn term and welcoming everyone back. We have lots of exciting things planned for you to learn!


Have a wonderful summer holiday and we will look forward to seeing in you September for the Autumn term. Please look out in your emails for Mrs Higgins information regarding the return to school. I hope that you have a wonderful summer holiday with your families. Lets hope we have lots of sunshine smiley


Remember to keep smiling and be happy. 


love from Mrs Edmed


Summer Reading Challenge 2020

Silly Squad and take part in the Summer Reading Challenge, a celebration of funny books, happiness and laughter.

The Summer Reading Challenge is a great opportunity to:


Keep children reading through the summer months

For Children to set their own challenge - read any number of books.

Earn reading rewards, badges, games and videos and download your own certificate.

Use your library card to access e-comics, e- books and digital audio to complete your challenge.

Visit Wiltshire Libraries online for all e-services, free activities and to take part in Arts Award.


Activities you might want to get involved in:

Join the Silly Squad character drawing with this year's Challenge illustrator Laura Ellen Anderson

Using the Draw yourself silly activity sheet, children draw themselves as part of the Silly Squad

Children can print off the colour in Johanna Basford's Super Silly colouring sheet and follow along with her colouring-in tips on the Summer Reading Challenge Face Book Change



Swirl by Swirl

Collective worship with Rev Ben

Hello from Mrs Edmed

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