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Miss Davies

Miss Simpson

We’re Going on a Bear Hunt

Horton Kirby – 22.02.18

Please let us know if you can volunteer to come with us.

You can watch Michael Rosen’s re-telling of the story here.

Michael Rosen performs We're Going on a Bear Hunt

http://www.jointhebearhunt.com For a quarter of a century, readers have been swishy-swashying and splash-sploshing through the award-winning favourite picture book We're Going on a Bear Hunt by Michael Rosen, illustrated by Helen Oxenbury In this video, Michael Rosen performs the book - why not sing along with your copy at home!

Learning through play

We are committed to make learning exciting, meaningful and memorable for our learners.  Our curriculum enables children to make choices about their learning journey. We aim to provide quality and excellence through providing a stimulating environment which will develop social skills and encourage children to become active citizens within the school community and beyond.

Outdoors Play

Athelney is proud to be able to offer children access to the garden at all times in all weather. Our garden is well-organised and all adults are committed to allow children learn on a big scale, get messy, be noisy, get active and use all their senses and their whole body. We believe that children learn better as a direct result of physical exercise. They are able to concentrate better and are more alert.

Reminders

School uniform:

All children are expected to wear school uniform.

School Bookbag

All children are expected to have a school bookbag and to bring it to school every day.

School Hours:

Please note the hours of the school day and help us to make a prompt start/finish.

Gates open: 8.30am 

School starts: 8.50am

School finishes: 3.25pm Mon – Thurs

                                 2.30pm Friday

Swimming

Every Wednesday

ALL children need to swim.

Children need a costume/trunks, a swimming hat and towel.

Please label ALL children’s clothing

Reading

Your child will receive a home reading book at least once a week. Please make some time to share this book with your child. Just 10 minutes a day makes a difference.

Adults are asked to write a comment in their child’s Reading Response book which must stay in their book bag

Children also have the opportunity to borrow books to share with you at home. Please return these books to school the following morning.

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