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Dinosaurs theme this half term.

Don’t forget milk is available free for under 5’s

Books we are reading right now; Blue Penguin, A Snowy Day, Penguin Small, lost and Found & Ice Trap.

Mrs Barge is our teacher, she is with us every day except Thursday when Mrs Field teaches us.

Our Early Years Intent

It is our intent to ensure all children in the Early Years have an exciting, motivating and challenging curriculum. This will offer them opportunity to explore and investigate their own interests. In the Early Years, we implement this by having a rich, stimulating environment, allowing children to select their own resources and follow their path of learning. The children have continuous and enhanced provision, which is carefully planned for from observing and assessing their learning through play. The impact of this approach allows children to thrive, be happy and learn at a rapid pace, making excellent progress.


The new early years leader, appointed in September 2018, has made clear her vision for the Reception class.

She wants to promote children’s independence when accessing
activities by ensuring that these activities are thought-provoking, engaging and well matched to children’s needs.

She has achieved this goal in a short time, and children achieve well.

Ofsted Report 2019

Mrs Mogg is our teaching assistant, she is with us every day.

We recently visited Lulworth Castle as part of our topic.  We climber a whopping 139 steps to reach the top of the tower.

Weekly Timetable

Curious as to what an average Hedgehogs week looks like?

This timetable will alter from term to term but in essence this is how we spend our week in Hedgehogs class

Click on each link to find out more about the subjects and topics

Early Morning Task                       


Daily Mile       


Letters & Sounds               



Snack & News                    


Guided Reading






Golden Time     


Woodland Wonders

 Welcome to Our Celebration Wall – A Place to Show Our Achievements.  We share far more with Tapestry Journal