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Kingsbury Primary School
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Merry Christmas everyone. 

15th December 


Over the last few weeks, we have worked hard practicing for our Christmas play, "T’was the Night Before Christmas." The children dedicated themselves to learning the Makaton signs, words, and lyrics. On Tuesday they performed in front of a large crowd. Well done, everyone!


We also had our Christmas party and decorated our classroom.

8th December 


We have centered our week around Christmas, and our story. The children enjoyed our multi-sensory story, 'Are You an Elf? As a school we visited St. Paul’s church for their Christmas light switch on! 

December 1st


This marks the end of our "All About Me" theme but we’re excited to start learning about Christmas. On Thursday, we visited St. Paul's Church to decorate our tree. The children explored the church and particularly enjoyed the musical instruments.

24th November 


Some of the children in class participated in a GLD multi skills and orienteering event at our school this week and enjoyed working with children from other schools. The children have put in a lot of effort this week to get ready for our Christmas show.  We will be basing our learning around Autumn for one more week, but this is the last week we will be reading An Autumn Sound Story. 

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17th November 


This week, seasons have been our primary focus. Our multisensory tale, An Autumn Sound Story, has delighted children. They enjoyed exploring different Autumnal sounds and objects.

November 10th


Thank you all so much for the donations and support regarding the flood this week. This week has been our final week learning about our bodies. We look forward to continuing our All About Me topic and will be learning about our senses. 

3rd November 


What a blast it has been to be back. The children have thoroughly enjoyed our eerie week on Funny Bones and Halloween. 

20th October


After the break, we will switch to All About Me Our Body from All About Me Emotions, which we just concluded. We'll be reading Funny Bones by Allan Ahlberg. Have a lovely half term break!

13th October 


The children have loved our Colour Monster multi-sensory story and we continue to centre our activities around it. Everyone had fun creating their own Colour Monster and labelling the emotions. In addition, we discussed several coping mechanisms for managing certain emotions.

6th October


We have had an action packed week and have loved our multi-sensory story The Colour Monster. We have based our learning around the book and also spent time learning about Autumn.

29th September 


This week we have continued to learn about our friends and family. We have focused our activities around Monkey Puzzle. Next week our focal point will be Colour Monster.


We have also spent time in our local community learning how to buy snack from the shops.

22nd September 


The children have loved our multi sensory Monkey Puzzle. It lends well to our current topic about families.  We have focused many of our activities around this book.

15th September 


We have had an extremely busy week in school. The children enjoyed learning about family and friends. We based our week around this and have learnt about things such as what makes a good friend and who is in our family.

8th September


Welcome back to Kingsbury School! 

During our first week back our topic has been All About Me. Some of the activities include identifying the initial sound of our name and decorating that sound and then writing our name. Other activities include learning about our body parts and labelling them. 

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  • Headteacher: Katie Lyon
  • Deputy Headteachers: Helen Smith and Ruth Watkinson

Term dates

Autumn Term 1 Ends - Friday 20th October 2023

Autumn Term 2 Begins - Monday 30th October 2023

Autumn Term 2 Ends - Friday 22nd December 2023

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