To start off our new ‘Stories and Rhymes’ topic, Reception have been reading ‘The Gingerbread Man’ and have learnt to Makaton sign it this week!
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Who am I ? Where am I ? What day is it?!!! 😵💫🤪
💥’Extravaganza’ - Fashion Project / Lead Designer (Education)
In between everything else…
4 x with fab progress by the as we get close to the end of ‘Extravaganza’ - a collaborative project (Lead ) involving a network of schools in
Telford Park School Grange Park Primary School Telford Langley School Windmill Primary School
So proud of the results & esp the way the students at turned things around & blew me away finishing their items in record time yesterday 🙌🏽
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She’s loving secondary school too!! Must be all the lovely teachers at grange park helping her be ready for the next adventure 🥰
An extra special thankyou to Mrs Gray and Mrs Thomas,
It’s an absolute shame that you didn’t get to say your goodbyes to all the children as you’d hoped and it’s a shame they didn’t get to do the same, I want to thank you both for the amazing work you’ve done in helping ollie since he started. He has really come out of his shell and his confidence has grown massively. He was always coming home and telling us what he’d played with and what he’d learnt. You’ve kept me updated on Storypark of the things ollie did during his time at nursery. So we’d like to thank you both for the amazing work you’ve done, thank you so much
Ollie and mom xx
Come on ENGLAND 🏴⚽️🦁
Every online membership bought, every clothing order, every pair of glow sticks purchased, every class booking, every kind comment or review that has been left... even a quick like or share has all helped keep us going! You are all truly amazing people & without your love & support we don't know how we would have made it through to this point.
Let's not take a single one of these classes for granted EVER again, because our health & wellbeing without it we are nothing & working out the way we do should never been seen as a chore but rather a total celebration of how amazing we are as humans. Make the most of every single opportunity you get to dance with others, cherish the times you have with your pals & family, smile at others & feel alive again dancing around to your fave tunes! First class back tomorrow at Grange Park Primary School are you ready Warriors?! Let's do this💪🌈 # # #
Let’s help them enjoy the game we all love, so if you have any spare shin pads you can donate, please get in touch with us or the school.
⭐️ Proud to Shine ⭐️
Last week, to mark the start of Anti-Bullying Week 2021, we took part in Odd Socks Day on Monday to celebrate what makes us all unique. Over the course of the week, the children took part in lessons where they learnt about the difference between bullying and falling out, different types of bullying and what to do if they or someone they know is being bullied. The theme this year was ‘One Kind Word’ so we focused on giving compliments to others.
Year 1 - Local Walk
We are planning on taking the children in Year 1 for a short walk around the local area as part of our Geography work on Thursday 25th November (weather permitting). Please can we ask that children in Year 1 ensure that they have a warm coat, hat, and suitable footwear/wellies for this walk.
Due to maintenance, there will be no hot meals served today at lunch. Only cold packed lunches for those who wish to have one (£2.40 for those who pay). Thank you
We would love to continue to share the children’s achievements outside school as well as in school.
If you would like to share your child’s celebrations on our social media page, please email a photo, along with a short caption to their teacher’s email or [email protected]
🎈 Happy Birthday! 🎈
2KH celebrating Children in Need. As well as dressing up to raise money, year 2 have been learning all about Children in Need and why we raise money for them. They have also been playing a Children in Need Escape Room game, and reading stories about Pudsey and Blush. It’s been a great day and the children have been brilliant!
4JB have enjoyed creating a ‘tree of kindness’ this week.
They made this while learning about anti-bullying week and the theme this year which is ‘one kind word’.
Our Grange Park 5-a-side 3G pitch is now available to be block booked during the evenings and weekends through T&W Leisure.
Evening - £15 Jnr / £20 Adult - Per Hour
Weekend - £10 - Per Hour
For more info regarding block booking our pitch, please see the contact details below:
Email - [email protected]
Phone - 01952 382730 - Stirchley Rec Centre
RGR have been looking at different buildings, creations and inventions in their ‘Build it Up’ topic. Yesterday, they became designers and builders and needed to work together to design and build a shelter big enough for them to sit inside! The children started off by drawing up their plans using paper and clipboards. They thought carefully about the materials they needed and the different ways they should make their den.
RAC have been looking at different buildings, creations and inventions in their ‘Build it Up’ topic. Yesterday, they became designers and builders and needed to work together to design and build a shelter big enough for them to sit inside! The children started off by drawing up their plans using paper and clipboards. They thought carefully about the materials they needed and the different ways they should make their den.
To go alongside our Anti-Bullying week, Reception have been talking about their friends and family. They have been thinking about the different people in their lives and the different ways we can be kind/look after each other.
The children have learnt to Makaton sign “family” and “friend”.
CANCELLED: AFTER SCHOOL CLUBS
We have unfortunately had to cancel all After School clubs for this half term. We apologies for any inconvenience. Messages have been sent on ParentPay regarding this.
A huge well done to all the Grange Park children that took part in Remembrance parades across Telford yesterday, Mrs Norris attended the one at Telford Town Park and was blown away by how many Grange park students past and present took part.
They were fantastic at marching with the parade and then all stood silently through the service.
It was a delight to watch, well done all.
One of the Year 4 girls that played in a school football match this afternoon is missing her Grange Park cardigan.
If your child has played in the fixture today, could you please check they haven’t put it in their bag by accident.
Children in Need:
On Friday 19th November, we will be holding a m***i day for children to fundraise for Children in Need. Children can come dressed in spots (can be a headband/badge or a whole spotty outfit!) or they can come in their Pyjamas, in return for a donation of 50p.
You can of course donate more if you would like, all donations must be paid via this link
All money will then go directly to Children in Need.
We will be doing some more fundraising during the School year, which will be organised and run by our Year 6's.
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Grange Park remembers.
When you go home, tell them of us and say “for your tomorrow, we gave our today”.
A huge, heartfelt thank you for the beautiful poppies that have been brought in from home and made by children in class too. We have been blown away by your creativity and generosity and think you’ll agree that our poppy display is truly amazing.
This week Reception have been reading “The Three Little Pigs” and have learnt to Makaton sign “pig” 🐷
The children in RAC enjoyed their first “tinkering” session last week.
If anyone has any of the following, we would gladly accept to help continue these sessions: old and broken laptops, toasters, kettles, computers, CD players, phones, clocks, fans, push & pull toys, battery operated toys, screwdrivers, hammers, screws, pliers, nuts and bolts...the list of items is endless! We just ask that they are safe (no broken glass/exposed wires etc). If you are unsure, please just ask!😊
The children looked inside a real toolbox with Mrs Hodgkiss. They learnt about: hammers, screwdrivers, chisels, wrenches, pliers, saws and screws/nails. The children were very sensible and had some fantastic ideas about the different tools and their uses.
The children were able to use hammers, screwdrivers and pliers to put nails and screws into the pumpkins and then take them out.
This autumn, no fewer than 2250 classes located in 6 countries received a Bulbs4Kids kit. With the 600 flower bulbs in every kit, this means that more than 1.3 million flower bulbs will be planted in school gardens around the world.
Grange Park were one of four hundred schools in England lucky enough to receive a pack.
Year 1 came dressed in their best party clothes on Thursday ready for a Royal Tea Party. They learnt about the family tree of the Royal family and enjoyed eating fancy cakes and biscuits before singing the National Anthem. The highlight of the party was receiving a special video from Prince William wishing us a lovely time!
⭐️ Proud to Shine ⭐️
Olivia in 6AW, was inspired by the COP26 assembly to go home and find out more about global warming.
Thank you to the children who have already started to bring their poppies in ready for our Remembrance Day display. These have been made by Alice and Reign in RAC. If you would like to make one at home, please bring it in by Tuesday 9th November.
Following on from the Build it up project; Gwynn in Reception has made his own castle with his Brother and Mum out of Cereal & Stuffing boxes turned inside out, glued back together and coloured in, some chocolate pots and toilet roll holders.
Gwynn made a door to his castle and a chimney on top.
They spoke about all the different materials that Gandoo (Grandad) uses to build houses (he's a builder) and the drawings Uncle Andrew does in order to design houses. (He's an architect) They all enjoyed making the castle… even the teddies joined in!
Well done Gwynn and family!
Today in nursery we have been learning about and celebrating Diwali, the festival of light, where people from several religions Hindus, Sikhs and Jains come together to mark the triumph of good over evil, light over darkness and new beginnings.
To help the children to understand about this colourful festival, we have been making coconut barfi sweets, making rangoli patterns inside with coloured sand and chalking some outside, decorating mehndi patterns on pictures of hands and had lots of fun attempting some traditional Indian dancing.
Wishing you a joyous Diwali filled with love and light. 🪔
Theo has been spending the day celebrating in Nursery, wearing his traditional Indian clothes.
To start our theme, ‘Muck, Mess and Mixtures’ for this half term, Year 2 had a fun, messy time exploring different materials, using their senses to explore texture yesterday. They also painted some wonderful fireworks pictures using paint, forks and cups to create their patterns.
We would like to do something special to commemorate Remembrance Day.
So, we’re inviting all of our families to get involved. Anyone can contribute… Nanny’s, Grandads, Aunties, Uncles, brothers, sisters.
Please do get creative with your little ones and feel free to bring in your family homemade Poppy (or 2 or 3) to add to our display.
A poppy template will also be available from your child’s teacher if needed. Can we ask that these are returned to school no later than TUESDAY 9TH, to give us time to create the display.
YEAR 1: ROYAL TEA PARTY
Both year 1 classes will be having a Royal Tea Party on Thursday 4th November. They need to come to school dressed in their smart/ party clothes or they can come dressed as a prince or princess. Year 1 staff will provide the party food.
Anti bullying/Odd socks day
On Monday 15th November we will be supporting Anti Bullying Week by holding an ‘odd socks’ day for a voluntary donation of 50p with any money raised going to the Anti-Bullying Alliance. Please wear school uniform as normal - although you may want to roll up your trousers to show off your odd socks! It will be an opportunity to encourage people to express themselves and celebrate their individuality.
REMINDER: PARENTS EVENING
The booking system will go live today at 11am, we have sent the link and instructions to parents on Parentpay.
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