Over the last two days Yr.6A have trained Tiki in agility; done lots of work based around the book they are reading – ‘Wonder’ by R J Palico; worked with tangrams in maths and done mathematical challenges in teams; designed soft baseballs; worked to design a boat which would hold the most weight using only … Continue reading
Tiki has enjoyed supporting the key worker children over these turbulent times. She has also had some fun out on her country walks. The video below shows some of her highlights. We are sure you will agree that we have some very good dog trainers in our school!
This term Tiki has regularly visited the residents at Pelham House alongside the children reading to them each week. She has also listened to children read, helped people when they are sad and been out on local trips with classes. In these more recent and tricky times, she has been supporting the children of Key … Continue reading
This term Year 1 were looking at the seasons. In October, we went for an Autumn walk around the graveyard at and earlier this term we visited again. We observed all the seasonal changes that were taking place and discovered lots of new life, nature and beauty! Tiki joined us as well, which we really enjoyed! … Continue reading
This morning it was Yr.2’s turn to visit Pelham House. They had a great time sharing their books with the residents. Some of them managed to read to several people. Tiki was as popular as ever with both yr.2 and the residents at Pelham House.
Today a new group of Year 6s went to Pelham House to read to the residents. The pupils really enjoyed reading to the residents and the residents enjoyed being read to. Tiki had a really good time as she loves everyone there and everyone is always so pleased to see her.
Today Ducklings headed to Pelham House to share their reading books with the residents. As their books were shorter they managed to swap several times and therefore every resident heard several stories. Well done Ducklings, you were amazing!
This term Tiki has expanded her reading skills by accompanying the children to Pelham House Residential home each week. Here she listens to the children read and enjoys meeting the residents. Each group of children are then able to walk her back to school. The sessions have been enjoyed by everyone! There is also a … Continue reading
This morning it was Yr.1’s turn to read at Pelham House. They enjoyed sharing their books with the residents and talking about them. They were also able to look at the fish.
It was Yr.4’s turn to read at Pelham House today. The children enjoyed sharing their books with the residents and chatting to them, learning about their lives. They represented our school really well and brought cheer to the residents who were really pleased to see them.