Southborough Church of England Primary School

Southborough Church of England Primary School


Story Time - chapter 22

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Have a wonderful weekend, Mountain Class. I can't wait to read the next chapter with you on Monday. Take care.

Story Time - chapter 21

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What do you think the monkeys and the birds could do to escape?

Story Time - chapter 20

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Good morning, Mountain Class! Could you suggest an invention to help Mr Twit catch the birds without using Hug Tight Glue?

Story Time - chapter 19

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Welcome back! I hope you had a wonderful half term. Today’s chapter is a little bit short, so we thought it would be best to discuss what you did in half term and hear about all the fun you’ve been having.

Story Time - chapter 18

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Good morning Mountain class. Happy Fri-yay! In our chats today, we will be discussing what the Roly-Poly Bird looks like. What do you think?

It has been a very exciting week for the Reception team as we have come back into school to work in our empty classrooms.  It is very nice to see Miss Lewis and Mrs Brian in the flesh, rather than on electronic TEAMS chats but we are still missing all of you a lot.  We are busy prepping and planning for those of you who will be returning on 10th, but don’t worry, we shall continue with the provision for those of you who we won’t be seeing, so we’re doing that as well.


After the half term break, it has been wonderful to restart The Twits – it was such a cliff hanger at the end of half term.  We are definitely heading towards the end of the book, so if you have any ideas of what our next book should be, it would be wonderful if you could make any suggestions during our 4pm chats in the next few days.


The weather is a bit damp and grey, but on the plus side, you get to do more inside activities, which a lot of you haven’t been doing in such a long time as you’ve been outside.  It’ll be really interesting to hear about the various games and creative activities you have been doing.  It’ll probably be good inspiration for the rest of us, so please do share your activities with us in the chats!


We spent a thrilling evening doing a Mystery Evening with my family, on-line.  It was very funny, however, none of us managed to solve the crime.  Luckily, we don’t have such a complex activities normally when we have our catch ups or it would be a bit exhausting, but it was a lot of fun.  We all wore fancy dress for the different characters we played; Mr Crumly had to make a sailor’s hat out of paper!

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Reception Curriculum overview 2019-2020