Head of School
Acorn Class have been embracing nature as part of Mental Health Awareness week this week 🌼 They have particularly enjoyed drawing pictures of the flowers in our developing sensory area of our Nursery Garden!
Is your child 3-4 years old and in need of a Nursery place for September 2021? If so, we are excited to let you know that we have availability at Sandy Hill Nursery! Please contact us using the details shown below for further information.
What a lovely way to end the term! Some of our pupils have been selected by Cornwall County Council, in conjunction with Active Cornwall, to receive these lovely Easter Holiday Wellbeing packs which were distributed today. We hope you find some Time2Move over the Easter holiday.
Happy Easter from us all in Ash Class 🐣🐣 Celebrating a fabulous Spring Term of fun and learning. 🌞😎🌞
⭐JOB ALERT⭐ We're on the hunt for TWO Lunchtime Supervisors to join our vibrant and happy school. Closing date 19th April. More information and how to apply at the link below 👇 @AspireAcademies https://t.co/TJOJerwHEy #iAspire
This week the children in Acorn Class have been learning about the life cycle of a butterfly! 🐛🦋 We have also planted some sunflower seeds in our Nursery garden and we can't wait to watch them grow! 🌻
Tomorrow the Cornwall and Isles of Scilly SumDog competition kicks off. The more correct answers you get, the more points your class and Team Sandy will receive.
A fabulous week of learning in Ash Class- both at home and in school. We have researched the challenges silky sharks face, sketched ocean pictures and created sun safety posters in science (we are now summer ready! ❄️🌨️😁) and loved taking part in the Sum Dog tournament!
Children in Year 5 can now head over to Google Classroom to hear Mr. Lockett reading the next installment of 'The Boy at the Back of the Class'.
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