Can We Complete Our Quest?

This morning Starfish class set out on a quest to find the hidden treasure. The children had a series of clues to solve and obstacles to overcome. Some of the difficulties they encountered were to search the treacherous Rainbow Fish Class, to climb the steep steps to the height of the staff room and exploring the creepy bug hotel outside. After solving the clues and being brave, they eventually found the hidden treasure and enjoyed a little snack!



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As part of our computing for this term Starfish Class are learning about photography. So on our walk around Seabrook today the children used the iPads to take their own photos of different features. They had to hold the iPad steady, make sure it was focused and then review their images to delete any that they felt were not the best. I think they did a great job!


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Sunny Seabrook

This morning Starfish Class went for a lovely walk around Seabrook to look at some of the natural and man-made features. We then enjoyed a spot of sketching as we sat in the sunshine by the sea. What a great way to launch our new theme of ‘Sunny Seabrook’!

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Recycled Art Day

What a great day and start to the new year! The children thoroughly enjoyed creating their own Elmers and hobby horses out of a range of recycled pieces. They also worked amazingly well together on our class starfish collage.

It was lovely to see so many parents and carers at the end of the day enjoying the artwork too.

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Eco Guardians – The 12Rs for our planet


The Eco Guardians would like to share some information with you that they presented to the whole school in a special worship last week…

Please watch this short video to understand why our message is so important.

My wish for you

Like Grandad in the film we all wish for a world with clean air, soil and water for everyone.

We also wish for a fair world with plenty for all.

However, everything we buy or use has a cost to our environment because all resources come from our planet.

We would like to invite you to reflect about your actions and the actions of the people around you.

How do they impact on our environment?

What can we all do to help?

Here are the Eco Guardian’s 12 Rs for our planet…


Say NO to things you don’t need!


Reduce food waste by only buying the food you need to eat.
Look at your wardrobe before asking for new clothes and see if you really need them.
Switch off electrical appliances when not using them.
Turn off your tap while brushing your teeth.
Reduce use of petrol by walking, cycling or sharing rides.


What is the impact of your actions?
Do you really need to use disposable things?
Is your family taking recycling seriously?
Can you choose to use things that don’t harm the environment?


If you see things that are wrong, what can you do?
How can you make a difference?
Could you write letters?
Who could you speak to?


Respect all that we have: nature, animals, air, soil, water.
Think about the people who work to produce cheap products that we might keep for a short time and throw in the bin.
Some of it can’t be recycled.


Am I doing all I can?
Is there anything else I can do to reduce my carbon footprint?


Re-use plastic bags, plastic cups and plates when you can.
Re-use scrap paper.

You can always use both sides of a sheet of paper to draw on!


Refill your printer cartridge; refill your disposable cup, etc.


Recharge your batteries instead of buying non-rechargeable ones.


When something is broken, see if you can mend it instead of throwing it away!
If it can’t be mended, see if you can find a new use for it!
Give unwanted items to charity!


Make sure that all left over food goes in the composting bin as it turns into soil full of nutrients.


Learn how to separate items in the right recycling bins at home and at school.
Recycling creates less pollution than starting from scratch.
For example, if we recycle old bottles we can cut pollution by a fifth and halve the demand for water!
Did you know that you can make fleeces and shoelaces from old plastic bottles, and that all newspapers are today printed on recycled paper?


Recycling Art day

To reflect about recycling and enjoy creating things out of waste material, we are going to have a recycled art day on 5thJanuary 2018.

Parents and carers are invited to come in at 3 o’clock to visit the classes and see the wonderful art work that the children have created.


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Panto time!

It is that time of year again and time for a trip to the pantomime! We all had a great time watching Peter Pan and the children really seemed to enjoy their ice creams too!


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Born in a Barn

The children have been working so hard towards their performances in this year’s Christmas play and this week they proved themselves to be ‘Super Starfish’. Everyone worked together to put on three fantastic shows and they should all be immensely proud. Well done!


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Christmas Lunch

What a treat we had today! The children, and staff, tucked in to a very tasty Christmas dinner. There was singing, crackers and lots of fun!!




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After a visit Last week from Cathy and Buddy from the NSPCC, today we took on our dance-a-thon challenge. They children demonstrated some great dance moves and eagerly took part every time they heard the music. Great fun for a fantastic cause!



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MAF Adventure

We have been incredibly lucky today to have the Christian charity MAF visit our school. After learning about the fantastic work that the charity carries out, we then had the opportunity to see an actual aeroplane that they had brought into our playground! The children even got to sit in the pilot’s seat and learn about the different controls.





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