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If you have concerns regarding the safeguarding or welfare of any of our pupils, please contact Miss R Brown (Designated Safeguarding Lead), Mrs M Eastham (Designated Safeguarding Lead), Mrs T Bolton (Designated Safeguarding Lead) or Miss Blackburn (Designated Safeguarding Lead)

St Peter's participates in Operation Encompass. Following the report of an incident of domestic abuse, school will be advised that the child has been involved. Please see school website for further details.

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In English today we are using the iPads to research the different tourist attractions in London that the Queen’s hat travelled to in our story “The Queen’s Hat”. We used the children’s search engine “Kiddle” and used the  dictation function so the children could speak into the iPad to find the tourist attraction they wanted to find out about.


Today we took part in the spelling bee! We had 5 children that made it through to the final! We needed a tie breaker as two children spelt all 30 words correctly in under two minutes! Eventually we crowned Lexi as the spelling bee for Elm class! 🐝

Today we are celebrating vocabulary day! We have all come dressed as a word! 

This week we have been thinking about nouns and adjectives. We then used what we have learned and have written our own autumn poem! 
This morning the child shared the adventures that naughty bus got up to at their house! We can’t believe all the mischief he got up to! The children loved listening to other children read and enjoyed reading to the class! 
On Wednesday morning, Miss Brown arrived with an envelope for us! Inside was photos from the school’s CCTV! Naughty Bus had been causing mischief around the school. We used our talk for writing skills to orally compose our sentences to explain where he went and why. Over Thursday and Friday, we wrote sentences using time openers to describe his adventure! 
​​​​​​Yesterday the school fire alarm went off! The Naughty Bus was seen on CCTV on top of the fire alarm! The children have written a recount to explain what happened!  
You may be aware that this week we had a parcel delivered his week and it was the Naughty Bus! We are all excited that he was in our classroom until we came back to our room after playtime! We walked in and our room was a mess! The naught bus had put chairs in the table, topped a table over, books were all over the floor and Mrs Jenkinson’s new coat was on the floor! The children are now writing a letter to him explaining how we he has made us feel! We are also writing what he cannot do at St Peter’s!
This morning we were interupted! A parcel arrived for us! We had no idea what was in it or who is was for! The children wrote what they thought was in the parcel and who it was for and why! 

This morning we learnt all about “nouns”. A noun is a naming word for things, animals, people, places and feelings. The children went around the classroom labelling the different nouns they could find.