Jenson the Guide Dog came in to show us how he helps Jonathan.
Paramedic Emily came in to talk about how she helps us.
Elmer display and Elephant Toothpaste.
PC Craig came in to talk about his work in our community.
Our pet carriers and a visit from Bright Side Vets.
Room on the Broom
Some of the children wanted to perform their play for the class. None of the adults helped in any way. This is all the children's work!
Mr Elks came in to teach us about looking after our eyes.
Fun at the Snowdome. We enjoyed our snow play and show. Please enjoy our photos.
Christmas Craft Morning - Thank you for joining our morning. The children sang fantastically well!
Tommy the Turtle's birthday - We made cakes, sandwiches and had a party to celebrate.
Fruit tasting. We tried lots of different fruits. Can you remember what some of them were called?
Cooking with Mrs Hall and Mrs Castledine. We made Gingerbread People. We loved them!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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