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Our topics for this month are Spring and growing. We will be planting broad beans to take home and watch them grow. Our role play area will be a greengrocers, and we will be using penny coins to reinforce counting up to 15.

We are going to make some cupcakes to celebrate St Patricks day, and also do some craft to show our appreciation to Mummy for all she does.



Important Dates:

2 March: School closed for election

3 March: World Book Day: Paired reading with P4 classes

7 March: Rhythm and Rhyme at Richhill Library

13 March: Trip to Lurgan Fire Station

17 March: School closed for St Patrick's Day


Thinking ahead:

4th April: Easter Tea Party

Fun at the fire station: we had an exciting morning at the fire station, where we saw what happens in a real emergency as there was an emergency call while we were there! A huge thank-you to John, Dessie and Noel who took so much time with the children.

World Book Day 2017 (PM Class): We enjoyed hearing P4 children reading us their favourite stories

World Book Day 2017: We loved the p4 boys and girls reading their favourite stories to us

Busy doctors and nurses in the Teddy Bears' Clinic

We love to have fun in our new mud kitchen!

PM Class: Printing with vegetables

AM Class: making soup

The Innkeeper's Breakfast (PM Class): You were amazing!

The Innkeeper's Breakfast (AM Class). A class of superstars!

Parachute fun in PE (AM Class)

The afternoon class were also using the Autumn materials to explore size. Our two year olds have been focussing on big and small, and our target age children have also been finding things that are medium or middle-sized, and things that are the same size.

Autumn maths: we have been using the Autumn materials in the tuff tray to explore size: big, small, medium and the same size. (AM Class)

We had a great time in the woods, exploring all the signs of Autumn

If you go down the woods'll find the morning class at play!

Week 4 intake group: a few children are missing from the photos, but all children have now enrolled.

Original artwork by former pupil Jonathan McHugh

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