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RP with Mrs Palmer & Mrs Murray
Nursery with Miss Killelay
From the moment your child arrives at our school, they become part of our family. We learn together and care for each other. Our staff are as committed to the welfare of the children as they are to their academic achievement and we work hard to make Raddlebarn Nursery feel like home. We provide an environment that is warm, caring and supportive, because we know that this kind of family atmosphere makes the children feel safe and helps them become more confident learners.
This year we have had to make the needed adaptations due to Covid 19 but usually because we’re a family school, everyone is welcome to join in! There will be lots of opportunities for the whole family to become involved in life at Nursery, whether it be seasonal celebrations, concerts, nature days, fundraising events, or special invites to workshops that will help to inspire learning beyond the school gates and into your family home.
This is the beginning of a very special journey that we take together, sharing in the raising of every child, holding dear to our hearts the old African proverb, ‘It takes a whole village to raise a child.’
Nursery is often a child’s first venture alone into the larger world outside the family home. What children experience and learn in Nursery can create strong and lasting foundations on which to build in later life, so we believe it is essential that the experiences are of the highest quality.
We look forward to welcoming you, your child and your family into ours.
Y6 teachers have nominated the first round of prefects! Well done to:
They have been selected for being great ambassadors for the school. Who will be next? We will have to wait and see!
6O with Mr Orgill
“Hello and welcome to 6BK! Our class is comprised of Mrs Kyriacou, who teaches on Monday and Tuesday and Mrs Brill, who teaches Wednesday-Friday. We also have Miss Huxley, our assistant headteacher, who teaches Maths and English in the mornings. Year Six have had a fantastic start to the year. We have settled in really well and are enjoying our topic, World War Two. We are learning about the impact of the war, from evacuation to rationing.
5M – with Miss Montaigu
“5M have had a fantastic first couple of weeks back at school. The children are so happy to be together and are taking the new routines in their stride. We have started to learn about forces and will be doing practical activities to investigate their effects on objects. We are also learning how to take 4 and 6 figure grid references on Ordnance Survey maps, in preparation for our visit to Bewdley. ”
5C – with Mrs Choudri
We have made a great start to this academic year!This term is jampacked with various genres of writing, such as suspense stories, persuasive writing, and poems. Our maths lessons will include place values, statistics, fractions, and calculations.Scientific enquiries into forces, field work on Selly Oak, making movable bridges, online safety . . . the list goes on! Awesome authors, Mathmagicians, Super scientists, graceful gymnasts -Best wishes to you all.
3L – Miss Lewis
2P with Mrs Phillips
“We have made a great start to year 2, thinking a lot about our different feelings and having plenty of opportunities for relaxation and mindfulness. We have taken full advantage of the nice weather recently and doing a lot of our learning outdoors. As part of our topic on ‘habitats’ we have been into forest school taking photos of objects which are ‘alive’, ‘dead’ or ‘non living’.”
1SH with Miss Sharman-Hall