Welcome to Star Class.
Meet your teachers.
This Week’s Star Baker is…
The children have had a fantastic start to their year at Athelney. They have settled in beautifully and made lots of new friends. I hope you are as proud as we are.
We all enjoyed cooking cupcakes and the children are experts.
Why don’t you have a go at the recipe this half term. Bring me photos of your baking success.
Have a restful half-term.
Get a bowl and a spoon
Put 125g of butter in the bowl
Put 125g of sugar in the bowl
Put 125g of flour in the bowl
Crack 2 eggs
Add 1 tsp of vanilla extract
Add a splash of milk
Put the mixture into the cupcake cases
Then put it in the oven on 180 degrees.
Bake for 15-20 minutes.
12th October – Downham Library Trip
We are so proud of Star Class who behaved beautifully on our first class trip. Well done to all the children. They were so sensible when we were walking and travelling on the bus.
The library staff said they were impressed by how grown up the children were and we are welcome back anytime.
Downham Library is a really great library with lots of events for children. Here is what’s going on there in October.
Sharing is caring!
It was lovely to see children enjoying each other’s company and sharing stories, jokes, skills.
This week's sounds were s a t p
Keep practising at home!
The weather was lovely this week so we have been spending a lot of time outside.
Enjoy the sunshine this weekend.
Second Week at School
What a great week we had. The children are making lots of new friends and learning our daily routines.
We even started learning phonics. Here is the link to the Jolly Phonics Song which we sing to practice the sounds.
First Week At School!!
Well done to Star Class who have had a great first week at school.
Here are a few things we have done.
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.
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.
All children are expected to wear school uniform.
All children are expected to have a school bookbag and to bring it to school every day.
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
ALL children need to swim.
Children need a costume/trunks, a swimming hat and towel.
Please label ALL children’s clothing