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The children at Nursery in the two to three year room have been very busy helping the plants grow. We have grown, harvested, cooked and eaten our potatoes. They were really delicious. The children have also been watching the apples grow bigger on the tree. 
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We have updated the term dates for the next school year, 2019 – 2020.  Please see our term dates page for the latest dates.
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In nursery we have been learning about growing and this includes caterpillars and butterflies. The children have been sharing the story The Very Hungry Caterpillar and learning the days of the week. We have been tasting all the different fruits that the hungry caterpillar ate and the children’s 
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At Forest School – The boy in our story made his stick into a fishing rod, a whistle and a telescope and it was delightful to see the children playing fishing round a puddle.  It was a really windy day last Friday so we made 
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As we know outdoor play is very important to every child’s learning, therefore the Nursery now has full sets of waterproof outdoor clothing for the children that fit over the children’s own coats.  This help the children to enjoy exploring the outdoor areas. The children still need to come to the nursery 
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The Fire Brigade visited Year Two this week. They delivered a session to help the pupils develop their understanding of fire safety. This links in with their topic this half term (‘The Great Fire of London’).
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Thank you to everyone who donated food for the Food Bank, this will help low income families. The volunteers from the Food Bank wished to thank everyone for their support.
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The Rochdale Literature Festival starts soon (15 – 22nd October) and there are a lots of really exciting events for children and families. Hidden treasure tours, puppet shows, children’s author story times, Dennis the Menace cupcake making and even a silent disco! Some activities are 
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Year 5 have been looking at reversible and irreversible changes in Science this week. We even made our own volcanoes! We mixed bicarbonate of soda with vinegar, which caused an irreversible chemical reaction. Mrs. Peel showed us how carbon dioxide was produced by placing a 
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Thank you for participating in Heybrook’s Big Battery Hunt last week. Together, we managed to recycle an amazing 2624 batteries! Well done to the winning classes and a special mention to Year 1, who brought in a fantastic 505 batteries. Remember, you can now recycle 
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