Fireflies update with a strawberry twist

It’s been such a busy week in Fireflies. On Wednesday’s cooking session we made strawberry twists and next week we will be making banana choc pops! The children enjoyed it when Keith came to visit Fireflies this week. They even taught him some table manners at snack time! (That’s Keith...

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All Booked Up

This week has seen a big push on reading at OVPA. The East Sussex Library Service came in to help categorise the books in our wonderful library and there was a fantastic turn out for our Early Years reading and phonics workshop. Every child was invited to take books home...

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Fireflies Cook Up A Treat

Here are some photos from this week’s Fireflies sessions. The children enjoyed learning how to make sausage rolls but enjoyed eating them even more! Even Mrs Maclaine ate two (including Mr Vallier’s)!! The children also explored different ways to make slime. On Tuesday 27th November there will be a slime...

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Fireflies update

Here are some photos from our Wednesday cooking session at Fireflies. This week we tasted lots of yummy fruit and made fruit kebabs! Next week we will be making some delicious pizza pinwheels so be sure to book your place! If you want to know the other activities that are...

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We Will Remember Them…….

“They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old, Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning, We will remember them.” An extract from ‘For The Fallen’ by Binyon As we head towards Remembrance Day, it has...

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Funky Friday Fun

There was another great turn out for our Funky Friday Achievement Assembly this week – thank you all. Apparently it is the highlight of Mr Taylor’s week. Next week’s assembly will include the winners of this term’s 100% attendance award. This week’s Oscar winners were Jacob Merrick and Charlotte Penfold-Saunters....

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Forest School – Week 1

Mud, Mud, Glorious Mud! This was the overriding theme of the first week of Forest School. We all had a great time jumping, squelching and sploshing in the mud at Guestling Wood. The children learnt about safe boundaries, the names of a couple of British trees (though some wanted to...

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