Our first half term at The Meadows

The boys and girls have all settled in very well and are already working very hard. We are having lots of fun as we learn through our exploration and play. We are actively completing our learning tasks and are thinking creatively. We have been learning early maths and phonics every day. All of the children are enjoying learning to read on Bug Club.


Class 3 - Tatton Park History Trip

Last week, Class 3 went on a very immersive Viking experience at Tatton Park. We were extremely lucky to secure a slot here because it has become a very popular place to visit for educational purposes. We were also very lucky with the weather!

We began the trip with a visit from Etta (an Anglo Saxon maiden) who explained the history behind Tatton Park (as well as several safety points). The children were very interested in the many animals on show...


Being Flexible like Flo in Maths


This week pupils across the school have been working hard to represent their ideas in different ways. Being flexible is an important characteristic of a mathematician. It allows children to explore different ways of solving a problem in order to decide which might be the most effective way. 


Here are some examples of work that have been produced across the school:

Class 4 Meet the Teacher 2019

A huge thank you to all who were able to attend Class 4's Meet the Teacher at the start of the term. During the meeting, we discussed:

  • Routines in our class
  • Expectations of learners
  • Home learning
  • Our class trip to Quarry Bank Mill
  • Our residential to Standon Bowers
  • Online safety
  • How to keep in touch with the things going on in school through the use of our school website and Twitter

If you were unable to be there, please see a copy of the powerpoint attached below:


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