What a windy day! We felt the wind pulling the ribbons and the parachute. The colours whipped through the air! We felt the wind pull and heard it blow through the trees. We had great fun.


We love to work outside, even if the weather isn’t brilliant! These are just some photos to show you the kind of things we get up to.


In Nursery we decided to celebrate the Hindu Spring Festival Holi. It is also known as The Festival of Colours. As we knew that during the festival people in India would throw paint at each other in celebration. We painted our faces instead! We threw the paint at the paper! We also did some colour s


It was the annual Britain In Bloom Spring Bulb Show on Sat 19th March in the Church Hall Whickham. Once again Front St School dominated the proceedings!! The children in Mrs MacDonald’s class planted bulbs in the Autumn term and got them ready to flower in time for the show. A lovely pot of yellow d


To help raise money for Sport Relief the Nursery joined up with Reception to take part in their own sports day. There were races, movement games, goal shooting, parachute games and lots of balancing and climbing activities. We all had a great time!


In February the Nursery children went to Whitehouse Farm with the children from Reception. We had a lovely time learning about all of the different animals. We held some of the smaller animals. We were much braver than our parents who were scared of the mice and snakes! We loved feeding the lambs fr


Nursery Children have been learning about Chinese New Year. We all worked together to make our own dragon and even learnt some songs and performed for the children in Reception! We tasted Chinese food and a professional face painter came in and painted our faces to look like tigers as it is the year


Children in Year 6 have been modelling their own writing on a children’s picture book called Tuesday by David Wiesner. In the original thousands of frogs mysteriously float from their pond into a near by village and cause chaos during the night.  In the children’s own versions of the story,  it al