We had a special treat this week as we have two stories for our story of the week. Today we enjoyed watching our first story Zog by Julia Donaldson on the large board. Later we enjoyed the follow up story, Zog and the flying doctors. This lead us to think about different occupations.  First we explored doctors and their role and then thought about what we want to be when we are older. 

We look forward to a week of fun with Zog and also the doctors.


I was impressed to see lots and lots of home learning happening over the weekend. A huge well done to Ashton, Mohammad, Jacob, Lejla, Finley, Harlo, Yasmin and Martha. Keep up the brilliant work. I am super proud! 


It was great to see lots of Penguins come to the bedtime story event after school and shared stories whilst drinking hot chocolate and eating biscuits. You look super in your PJ’s. I hope you had lots of fun!!


We’ve had a super week! We’ve been super busy learning sounds in phonics with Fred and practising letter formation with skip and bounce in Kinetic Letters.

In maths we continued with subtraction and particularly focuses on pictorial representation. Well done to Riley who was our mathematician of the week!

MATHS HOME LEARNING CHALLENGE: can you take away and show it through picture so? 

During choosing time, we have loved doing Superworm related activities.

In P.E we showed great perserverance.

A huge well done to Leja and Alexis who completed their sticker charts this week.

I can’t wait to see what story we focus on next week and where our learning takes us.


We enjoyed sentence stacking this week. We started off by coming up with rhyme.

We then did some drama to explore the Gruffalo Child’s feelings. The Penguins showed good facial expressions to help portray the feelings.


Throughout the school day, we often have short burst of physical activity to help us stay focus. The Penguins love doing ‘just dance’ and look forward to seeing what score they achieve and hoy w many stars they get! Today was especially fun because we discovered new routines. Our favourite is I like to move it!


A huge well done to Lejla, Marley, Eshal, Alexis, and Ashton for their super home learning. It is great to see children having a great attitude towards learning. Keep up the good job! 


Today the Penguins enjoyed watching their story of the week on the large board. We enjoyed the popular Julia Donaldson story called ‘Superworm.’ They then had fun singing the song from the story and even thought of the actions to go with the words. (Check out the video on ILD)

We look forward to a week of super fun! 

Can you do any Superworm inspired home learning? I would love you to bring it in to share and upload onto ILD 🙂  


A huge well done to Chloe who brought in to share her swimming certificate that she achieved outside of school.  She was very pleased with herself.  We are very proud of you!


It is great to see more home learning being done! The Penguins love sharing what they have been learning at home with others. Super work Ashton, Ruben, Eshal, Mohammad and Martha.