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Ducklings

We were so proud of every Duckling on their first school trip! They did us proud with their impeccable manners and super behaviour. They had a full day of meeting and feeding lots of different animals, learning about Cows and milk and playing in the amazing adventure playground. The go karts, tunnel slide and zip wire were definite favourites alongside the coach journey, lunch and ice cream!

 

 

 

Robins

This term our topic is the moon and space. We went on a trip to the Space Centre and we had a great day! In Literacy, we wrote a recount about our trip

  

 

 

Swifts

What a fantastic day we had at Yorkshire Wildlife Park! We saw lots of incredible animals and walked for miles! It was a superb day!  Well done year 2 you were a credit to our school.

  

 

Owls

As part of our work in Geography, Year 3 escaped school last week, and headed up and around the Redhills. We spent a lovely afternoon developing our Geography fieldwork skills, using compasses, making field sketches and looking at the land-use and land-forms in the Ockbrook landscape.

 

 

Woodpeckers

This term at Redhill, our SECRET to our success is being ‘Thoughtful’. With that in mind, this month we have been celebrating each other and all of our achievements both inside and outside of school. Some children have been sending in photos of events they have taken part in including these lovely pictures of three of  our children at their ballet show. Well done,  Woodpeckers!

  

 

Kingfishers

This month, our children were preparing for their move to year 6 next year. When they move, they will be paired up with a new Reception child as a buddy so that they can help them adjust to the new school and help them with their learning throughout the year.  During June, we wrote our new buddies a letter to introduce ourselves and sent them to their houses. Then, in the final week of June, our buddies came to visit the school for a morning with their new teacher. Year 5 spent the morning with them too and we all got to know our new buddies really well and played lots of great games with them. The year 5s were amazing role models and did the whole school proud! Well done,

 

 

Skylarks

Year 6 have been honing their acting skills this week ready for their leavers performance by doing some drama in PSHE. They have been writing and performing short films based on either resolving friendship issues or  tackling bullying in school. The results were brilliant and sparked some fantastic discussions in class! Well done, Year 6—there are definitely a few potential Oscar winners in the class!

  

 

Sports Day

This month, we held our Sports Day! Every child in school took part (and a lot of the parents too!) and they all did an awesome job! It was an amazing day and every child should be incredibly proud of their achievements!

 

Redhill Arts Week, May 2022: Arts Trail

 
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