We are very pleased to announce that the chickens are back. We have six lovely ‘Gingernut Rangers’ who have already started laying eggs. Make sure you visit the school garden and say ‘hello’ to the newest members of our school community.
This week the new sandpit and water play area opened in the foundation stage playground. The children instantly started playing in the sand, clambering over the rocks and splashing in the water cascade. It was like being at the seaside!
Make sure you take a look at the new artwork displayed in the entrance hall. It looks fantastic! Reception and nursery have made three dimensional worlds which illustrate their favourite things. Nursery have also been busy creating a quilt of aboriginal inspired sea animals. Y6 hav
At last our new playground has been revealed! We have been enjoying our new grass circle and most of us have completed a rollpolly and a handstand on it! We are looking forward to using the wooden walkways in the new planted area and the playing with the fountain in the Foundation S
The local authority are keen to ensure that as many parents of children with special educational needs complete a survey on the services that should be available to young people with SEN. Your views are very important to them and to us as a school. Please follow the link to complete
We have two lovely new rabbits who have arrived at St Thomas’ this week. They are eight weeks old, are both girls and are very well-behaved! They will be living indoors most of the time so we can keep them extra safe but will spend some time in the outdoor run when the weather
Look at these adorable little penguins sewn by Y1. The penguins were inspired by the book ‘Lost and Found’. We also wrote letters from the penguins to the Boy. Make sure you have a look at our wonderful work in the corridor outside the Y1 classroom.