Pre-Prep News

The Abbey Verse Speaking Competition

The Abbey Verse Speaking Competition

Posted on: March, 27th Mar 2015

In Category: Pre-Prep News

On Monday the finals of The Abbey Verse Speaking Competition took place.  All the Year 2’s went to listen and support the Year 2 finalists Jon Stanley, James, Sasha and Rose.  We were so proud of James who kicked off the event with a lovely clear recital of his poem Gulls by Jean

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Sainsbury's Trip in Suffolk

Sainsbury’s Trip

Posted on: March, 26th Mar 2015

In Category: Pre-Prep News, Woodbridge News

On 24th March 2015, Mrs Copestake, the Food Technology teacher, took the Year 2 to visit Sainsbury’s in Ipswich.  Mr Na Nakhorn, the store manager and parent of Year 2 pupil, Arthur, planned a brilliantly organised morning of activities learning many interesting things and skills.  The overall favourite activity

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Easter

Easter

Posted on: March, 26th Mar 2015

In Category: Pre-Prep News

The children in Reception have been learning about Easter. After listening to the Easter story they went outside into the Queen’s House garden and collected natural materials to create an Easter Garden.  They enjoyed working together and were very pleased with the end result. Inside the classroom they drew pictures and did some writing about the story and then they made a display of their

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Queen's House children visit Theatre in Suffolk

Visiting Theatre

Posted on: March, 26th Mar 2015

In Category: Pre-Prep News

Today the children at Queen’s House very much enjoyed watching the performance of The Enormous Turnip by the One Moment in Time Theatre Company. The children loved listening to the music and were enthralled by the beautiful scenery and puppets. Afterwards they were given the opportunity to ask questions about the story and the

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U7's Soccer Tournament

U7’s Soccer Tournament

Posted on: March, 25th Mar 2015

In Category: Pre-Prep News, Woodbridge News

Last Thursday two Year 2 football teams took part in the Soccer Tournament at The Abbey. Both teams looked professional and played extremely well, gaining second and third place overall. Barnaby scored two brilliant goals in a row and Lara, who was the only girl on the pitch, played with great skill and

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Book and Arts Week Assembly

Book and Arts Week Assembly

Posted on: March, 23rd Mar 2015

In Category: Pre-Prep News, Woodbridge News

On Friday afternoon Queen’s House took part in a special assembly in which prizes were given out to the children.  The winner of the Dog Competition was Laura O, who correctly guessed the name of the dog to be Barley. Poetry competition winners were Hermione, Margot, Alex C, Jamie M and Boo

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Jenny's Ark

Jenny’s Ark

Posted on: March, 23rd Mar 2015

In Category: Pre-Prep News, Woodbridge News

The theme for this year’s Book and Arts Week is Animals. Today there was great excitement at Queen’s House as Jenny’s Ark came to visit with over 40 different types of animals! There were rabbits, guinea pigs, tortoises, stick insects and even snakes! The children were told all about the animals including where they come

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Book and Arts Week

Book and Arts Week

Posted on: March, 19th Mar 2015

In Category: Pre-Prep News

The art work produced this week is being displayed at Queen’s House and parents will be able to view it during Walk About on Tuesday 24th March.

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Cooking at Queen's

Cooking at Queen’s

Posted on: March, 18th Mar 2015

In Category: Pre-Prep News, Woodbridge News

As part of our Book and Arts Week, Mrs Copestake taught the children how to make bread today.  Keeping with the animal theme the children made their bread in to a tortoise shape!

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Art Workshops at Queen's House

Art Workshops

Posted on: March, 18th Mar 2015

In Category: Pre-Prep News

The children’s artwork this week has been inspired by the books they have been studying. The Reception children have focussed on the author Eric Carle, Year 1 on Julia Donaldson and Year 2 on Roald Dahl. The workshops have been led by Heather Hodgson, a local artist. The children have

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