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Welcome to Northfield St Nicholas

We are a very hard working and friendly team who absolutely want the very best educational experience for the children in our care. We have effective teachers who are committed to ensuring and providing high quality learning experiences which enable the children to be reflective learners. Every day, the highest quality feedback from staff ensures our children can develop, practice and apply their skills as well as being challenged to move on and make new learning progress as soon as they are ready to do so.

We have the very highest aspirations for the children in our learning community and set high standards and expectations to challenge our children to be the best learners they can possibly be. We are unwavering in setting high expectations for the conduct of pupils and staff and are uncompromising in our ambition to improve the outcomes for all pupils at our school.

We have a broad and balanced curriculum which inspires our pupils to learn, where safeguarding is effective and pupils are listened to and feel safe. “To keep you safe and to help you learn” is our mantra.

Our school motto – Working together to achieve excellence for all – captures what we hope to facilitate for all our stakeholders, from pupils and their families to our staff and other learning partners in the wider community.

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Nursery Children enjoying books on Pyjamarama day.

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Reception and their awesome Pyjamarama DayThis morning the children shared books with each other and enjoyed listening to adults read stories too. This afternoon we focused on Julia Donaldson and the book 'Superworm'. The children made their own worm bookmarks, did some superworm colouring and dug lots of holes in the mud kitchen to find worms.

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Today was Pyjamarama day! At 11am we all stopped our lessons and read books in the classroom. The children were free to relax and enjoy their books and sit wherever they wanted.

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FAO Parents of students joining Ormiston Denes Academy in September There are two virtual coffee mornings taking place next week. Parents & carers of year 6 students are welcome to attend. Although we have contact information for a large number of parents/carers, we have yet to receive communication back from some parents. If your child is joining ODA please can you contact us on 01502 574474 and provide your contact details and let us know if you would like to attend one of the mornings.The 2 dates are:Tuesday 18th May 2021Thursday 20th May 2021both starting at 9.15am to allow time for parents to return home after any school runs.

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We are coming to the end of our Lowestoft vs. The Gambia topic. To show what we have learned the Polar Bears wrote a postcard as if they were on holiday in The Gambia. We listened to calm music, turned off the lights and sat with our Big Write candles. It was wonderful to see how much they have learned this half term! Next week we will be designing pictures for our postcards using printing.

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In Year 2 we read The World Made A Rainbow by Michelle Robinson. We discussed our memories and experiences from the past year. We then made our own rainbows!These will be put into a school time capsule!

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Wow! Year 2 Panthers had great fun during our D.E.A.R time this morning. Pupils found weird and wonderful places and positions to read in!

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Suffolk Wildlife Trust Photography Competition.SWT are running a free photography competition for young people to enter.All details can be obtained from their website, www.suffolkwildlifetrust.org/photography-competition-2021

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Reception continued to explore their Power of Reading book 'Yucky Worms' and became garden designers. The children had to design a garden to attract minibeasts! They then put their plans into action and created their gardens. We can't wait to see which minibeasts come to visit as their gardens start to grow!

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Happy Eid to all of those families celebrating, on behalf of all of us at Northfield St Nicholas. The school will be spending time this week learning about Ramadan and Eid al-Fitr. Next week we will be posting photos to show you what we did.

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