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Yellow Class

Welcome to Yellow Class

Welcome to Yellow Class. We are looking forward to an exciting year and have lots of fun things planned. 


Staff in Yellow class


Miss Gooding                 Miss Goodwin

Mrs Kay                           Mrs Barton




P.E. will be taught over two afternoons, Monday & Tuesday.

Homework should be handed in on Wednesday.

The spelling test takes place on Thursday.



Keep an eye on the Yellow Class page for updates on our learning and information about what's happening in class. 

DT day - Exploring Mexican food!

World Book Day

Thank you to all of the children who made a wonderful effort for World Book Day. You all looked fantastic! 

We have enjoyed learning about a different faith, Hinduism. Look at our Rangoli patterns!

Meet Nala our Class tortoise. She loves spending time with us and watching us work hard. 

We have Nala as a class pet because we made sure we were on time for school, winning TWO attendance prizes of £50 each. We decided to spend the money on a tortoise for our class. She enjoys eating lettuce, cucumber, dandelion leaves and the occasional apple as a treat. 

Who know's what our next prize for awesome attendance will be!

Trip to Ribchester Roman Museum


Yellow and green class went on a trip to Ribchester Roman Museum. They learned lots of interesting facts about Roman life in Ribchester and handled some ancient artifacts. The children really enjoyed trying on Roman armour (they were very scary soldiers!)

Outside the museum you could see the ruins from a Roman Granary where all the grain was kept for food.