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We've settled back into our usual routines and we are flying through our topics. We've finished off our Minibeast topic that we started at home by creating some very well camouflaged moths and we're now onto Changes. We've found out that we have day and night because of how the Earth moves, even though you can't feel it! We have also explored the weather and the four seasons, we even created our own weather reports using fantastic vocabulary borrowed from weather men and women themselves.

This year we manged not only to take part in our Traditional Easter Egg hunt but also a range of EGGcellent Easter challenges in our house teams. 

Happy Easter!

January - March 

We may not all have been at school but that hasn't stopped us from learning! It may have looked a little bit different than we were used to but you guys did such a fantastic job and we couldn't have done it without your superhero parents so here's a big thank you to you grown ups! 

Despite all of that learning it really is great to have you all back in the classroom although I'm not sure Narla, Nellie, Jelly and Mitch agree I think they quite enjoyed joining in with your lessons. 


December is always a busy month in school especially for KS1! As well as all of the Christmas fun we've had making decorations, playing games, watching films and pantomimes we've also been putting our nativity together. Will some help from Mr Spelman and Toucans we have created a spectauclar perfomance of Lights, Camel, Action 2! We even carried on our designing and created covers for our nativity DVDs. Who's design did you get? 

Merry Christmas! 


We are still very busy here in year one and two! So far as well as our usual day to day work we've also been building bridges and inventing robots. It's not easy being a robin you know! 

Characters have been cast, dances have been choreographed and rehearsals are now in full swing for our Christmas Play. I hope you are all looking forward to it! 


We've been Farming this month! We've planted bulbs and seeds and can't wait to keep you up to date with how they are growing throughout the year. As well as planting we've also investigated what plants need to grow and survive. Turns out the freezer isn't the place the keep a plant! 

In addition to this both the year ones and twos have been working hard in our phonics, handwriting, spelling, English, Maths and reading sessions in the mornings too! Oh we do have busy days! 

September - Welcome Back Robins 

It is good to be back and surrounded by all of you wonderful Robins! 

The first two weeks have flown by and you are all settling in well. The years ones are getting used to their new classroom and morning routine with Miss Atkin, Miss Day and Mrs Smart and the year twos and Mrs Van Dykr have made Miss Clarey feel very welcome. 

A few quick reminders 

Our PE days are Tuesdays and Thursdays so please make sure that you come to school in PE kit on those days. Our current topic is Tydd where we are putting our geography and map skills to the test and learning about all things Tydd St Mary. Homework will be sent home on Friday and will need to be returned by the following Friday. The year ones also will have a set day when their reading/homework folders will need to be returned.

Miss Atkin & Miss Clarey