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'Learn, Grow and Achieve Together Through God's Love'

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Thank you for your tremendous support and understanding in this matter, if anything positive can come out of this then it is the wonderful community spirit and offers of help that have been overwhelming.

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Wednesday 29th April

Good Morning Reception!

Hope you are all well.

I went for a lovely walk yesterday. There are some woods near to my house and there were lots of bluebells everywhere. It looked like an enormous blue carpet!

If you are out near to your house today, why not see what flowers you can spot?


My walk into the woods made me think of the story of Goldilocks. I noticed on the Oak National Academy, there was a link to this story:


If you enjoyed the story, why not see if you can have a go at any of the following activities; all of which are entirely optional:

1) Writing a sorry message from Goldilocks to the Three Bears

2) Pretending that you are the Three Bears and have decided to invite Goldilocks for breakfast again. Can you design and write a new menu?

3)Can you design and make a new chair for Baby Bear or a bed for Goldilocks? Use any junk modelling resources that you have at home.


Remember that I'd love to see any photos of your learning.

Please send these into


Have a lovely day!

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We are sad to hear the announcement about the death of HRH Prince Philip today and we hold all those affected in our prayers, particularly his family.