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Curriculum

In reception we do response planning on a weekly basis meaning our activities are based on the previous weeks assessment.

In Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 (Reception to Year 2) our reading scheme is the Oxford Reading Tree from Oxford University Press, supplemented with the “Floppy’s Phonics” scheme.


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Recent updates from Bumblebee class

  • Autumn

    Here is our amazing Autumn Display created by Ladybirds, Bumblebees and Caterpillars.

    • Calendar icon October 17, 2017
  • Autumn in Ladybirds and Bumblebees

    Ladybirds and Bumblebees have all settled really well into school. This term we have been learning lots of new skills to make us independent learners. We love Funky Fingers and Dough Gym as it helps us to exercise our fingers and arms to get us ready to be great writers. In PE we have been trying really hard to get ourselves undressed and dressed, even though shoes and socks can be particularly tricky! We have loved learning about Autumn this…
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  • Sainsbury’s Active Kids Voucher collection

    Millbrook are again collecting Sainsbury’s Active Kids vouchers this year which are available to collect from all Sainsbury’s stores, petrol stations and when ordering online from Wednesday 25th January. Last year we collected 6529 vouchers which enabled us to purchase some items for the outside area in KS1, this included a giant crossword connect, a camouflage wigwam and a sandbox. The more vouchers collected, the more equipment your children can benefit from in their P.E. lessons, playtime and at after school clubs, so let’s…
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  • Supertato!

    The Ladybirds and Bumblebees help Supertato …
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  • Anti-bullying Week

    The children have been busy making anti-bullying displays to put up in their classrooms to remind them of the ‘Power for Good’. The displays will help the children to understand the difference between bullying and being unkind/mean. They will also help the children to identify different types of bullying and what to do if they see bullying happening at Millbrook.

    • Calendar icon November 25, 2016
  • Anti-bullying Week 14th – 18th November 2016

    This week is anti-bullying week. The teachers kick started the week by dressing up as ‘power for good’ superheroes. Over the course of the week the children will be taking part in lots different activities to refresh their knowledge of what bullying is and how to report it. They will also be making anti-bullying posters and the winning design from each year will be made into a poster to be displayed around school. At Millbrook we have a zero tolerance…
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    • Calendar icon November 16, 2016