"How big to tidal waves get?!"
Mo and his friends are looking forward to a relaxing day on the beach with their ice creams.
But what is causing the giant tidal wave heading straight towards them? Watch out here comes a GIANT SLIMY TENTACLE...RUN!
Ruby has always been afraid.
Living in the land of snakes, scoripions, bears and wolves, there is always something deadly around the corner...
But when the last remaining leopards are threatened, Ruby knows it is her duty to help. Time to overcome her greatest fears...
"It's better to laugh than cry right?"
Miss Skinner here reading Jelly with you!
I'll let you in to a little secret... I loved this book so much I couldn't put it down!
I can't wait to hear your thoughts on it too. I will upload my thoughts and some questions for you to answer in the comments (but remember - no spoilers! We don't all read at the same speed).
Here you can find information about and leave comments about the book you are reading at home.
Welcome to Hannah More bedtime storytime! We hope you have your pyjamas on and are ready to listen comfortably!
Monday 17th May
Tonight we have two versions of the same story for you! The story is called Ali Bab and the 40 thieves in English and Ali Baba iyo 40 tuug in Somali - you can choose to listen to Ms Ramsay reading it in English or Mubarak reading it in Somali.
Tuesday 12 May
Mrs Smith is up tonight reading Oh The Places You'll Go.
Check back regularly for a new story!
Coronavirus Update 13-03-2020
As you may know from the news, schools in the UK are advised to stay open for the time being. We will continue to follow the advice from Public Health England and the local authority. We have had some questions from parents and we hope this letter will answer your concerns.
As a school:
- We will send home any children who develop a cough or fever at school. The NHS guidance says this is a temperature above 37.8°C. We have thermometers in school so we can check a child’s temperature if we are concerned.
- We continue to remind children about good hygiene and the importance of washing hands regularly throughout the day. Children have been taught to wash their hands properly by their teachers.
- In assembly today we talked about Coronavirus and how we can take sensible precautions. Teachers will talk with their classes and answer any questions children may have
- We have spoken with our cleaning team to ensure extra precautions are taken
- We have suspended all reading buddies, community volunteers and University students from coming into school until further notice
As a parent/carer
- Please make sure you follow the NHS advice overleaf.
- Keep your child at home for at least 7 days if they have any symptoms. Please call school to tell us about any absence.
- Ensure we have your up-to-date contact details, including additional contact numbers
- Check messages and emails from school for updates
- Make sure your child has their own water bottle in school with their name on
- Remind your child about good hygiene and good hand washing
There is information on the website as well. We will continue to update you as necessary. Do speak to us with any further questions you may have.