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In Turtle class we enjoyed world book day breakfast with our friends in Penguin class. We all had lots of fun and ate different breads, yoghurts and fruit. We read and took part in the stories Dear Zoo and The Three Little Pigs.                  

Mr G came to the Cottage this morning and all of Turtle class has had a fantastic time with experiments today!                

         Last week Turtle class were learning about remembering special events, we did some activities which included wrapping presents and then giving them out to our friends and we also had a party in the afternoon with crisps and biscuits.  .     

Turtle class have all settled in to the spring term, enjoyed being back out enjoying the field and playing on the playground, we have enjoyed cooking and we enjoyed mark making with cars and paint in art where they all did some good choosing of colours they wanted.         

Turtle class all went to meet Santa, they all had a great time and loved their presents. We also all had a lovely Christmas lunch together, we had crackers and blowers. We all wish you a Merry Christmas and a happy new year and see you all in the new year.                […]

Turtles had an amazing day out to the Donkey Sanctuary and a cheeky trip to McDonald’s! On arrival we were met by our very own tour guide for the Donkey Sanctuary, he showed us around all the fields and stables where the Donkeys and Shetland Pony’s were. He gave us some treats to feed the […]

This term our Turtles have loved exploring our Forest school area. For most of them this has been a new experience going on the bus to Forest school. They have loved the tyre swing, climbing tree house and watching the fire around the fire circle.

Emma – For the past 10 years, I have worked as a Teaching Assistant in mainstream education specifically supporting children with SEND and behavior problems. Last year I completed my PGCE in Primary Education, where I was fortunate enough to complete one of my teaching placements at Medina House. Subsequently, I was delighted to be […]

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