a small leafless tree decorated with Easter eggs and other decor, stood in a church
images of four creations by the DT club

What we are learning

This half term, year 1 will be focusing on natural resources and how the natural resources in their local area they have been used in the past. As part of their focus on Cotswold Wool, they will be receiving a very special visit from some woolly creatures and they and will be making wool decorations…

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Newsletter – 16th March 2022

group of year 5 students with town Mayor standing for camera

You should receive your child’s learning web this week. We have changed the presentation style, which is why they are slightly later than usual. They link directly with the National Curriculum objectives. Please also have a look at the website. We have updated the curriculum pages so that they are clearer to follow. Download this week’s newsletter: 16th March 2022    

Newsletter – 9th March 2022

A big thank you to all the adults for bearing with us as we changed the drop off and pick up arrangements. The KS1 children in school have told us that they also really like the new system and that they come into the classroom feeling happy and ready to learn. Download this week’s newsletter: 9th March 2022      

#WorldBookDay!

Thursday 3rd March is World Book Day meaning celebrations and an invitation to children to dress up as their favourite book character, for a £1 donation. The school council will be offering milkshakes and biscuits for 50p in the afternoon #worldbookday! To find out more about World Book Day and the books you can get for just £1, visit…

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Newsletter – 2nd March 2022

Welcome back after half-term. We are looking forward to lots of exciting learning over the next few weeks. Forest Green Rovers Academy players visited Year 5 this week to hear them read. We are very excited about World Book Day tomorrow when we will discuss our favourite books and why we love them. Download this week’s newsletter: 2nd March 2022      

Newsletter – 16th Feb 2022

an image reading It's Half-term soon

The children have been hard at work competing assessments to measure their learning. We are very impressed with the level of progress they have made this term. Please encourage your child to continue to read as much as possible over the half term. Have a wonderful break and we will see you all back on Monday 28th February. Download this week’s newsletter: 16th Feb 2022…

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Newsletter – 9th Feb 2022

a hamster in a cage and budgies in a cage

What a busy week it has been! Year 2’s Pet Day was a great success last Thursday. We had a variety of pets visiting school from dogs to hamsters to reptiles. There are lots of photos inside. It has been wonderful seeing how hard the children have been working with their assessments this week. Download this…

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Newsletter – 2nd Feb 2022

From Egyptian mummies to chocolate—there is always something exciting to learn. In Year 1, they have had a visit from a Meerkat and Year 2 are getting ready for their Pet Day! Please remember to write to us or email us at admin2@nailsworth.gloucs.sch.uk for any value badges your child has earned. They may have demonstrated a value at home that we would love to hear…

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Newsletter – 26th Jan 2022

Many thanks to the wonderful volunteers that come into school each week to support the children in their learning. You make a huge difference. If you would like to volunteer in school please speak to the class teacher or the school office. A reminder to all KS1 parents that the Prosody online training will take place Thursday (tomorrow) at 3.45pm. You should have all received the…

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Holiday Free School Meals + Online Yoga!

This February half term, Gloucestershire County Council is providing vouchers to parents who have signed up to our Holiday Free School Meals (FSM) scheme. These vouchers are provided by Gloucestershire County Council as part of its commitment to ‘no child goes hungry’. The vouchers are funded through COVID-19 grant funding we have received and is…

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