The Badgers

Welcome to Mrs. Maloney's Class blog

Hello and welcome to The Badgers class! My name is Kirstin Maloney and I have been a teacher at Lee Royd for 4 years. (I’ve been a teacher for much longer!!) Working at Lee Royd and seeing the children who come here, grow and flourish, is the most rewarding part of my job. It’s a pleasure to be part of your child’s education and we hope to make the time they spend with us a really happy, safe and fun experience. We look forward to welcoming you to our school.

The Badgers Blog

Run! Run! As fast as you can!

Our focus story this week is The Gingerbread Man so if you get the opportunity to find a copy of it and share it with your child that would be great. Our learning this week will be based around this story. Don't forget about our 'Reading in unusual places' competition. We look forward to seeing your creativity! Keep sending in

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Making bread

If any of you fancy having a go at making bread - here's a very simple recipe. Good luck! Let us know how you get on Mrs Maloney

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Reading in unusual places competition

Dear all, Don't forget our reading competition - to send in a photo of your child reading in the most unusual place you can find! Entries need to be in by Thursday 14th February. Your photo can be any size but no bigger than A4. Judging will take place on Friday 15th February. There will be prizes for 1st, 2nd

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Busy! Busy! Busy!

We have had a very pleasant and successful first week back after the Christmas break. Thank you for sending the children in looking so smart in their uniforms. Everyone has been happy and ready to learn, including our youngest and newest children to our class. Well done everyone! Next week: The Little Red Hen..... and making our own bread!  

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Welcome to our Spring Term 2019!

Happy New Year to all our families and welcome back to a new term with us! We are very pleased to welcome 3 new members to our class this term. Our theme for the next 6 weeks is going to be based around the topic 'Food' and we will be linking our learning to some familiar stories including The Little

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We’re nearly there!

Hello everyone!! Well, what a jam packed, first term we have had - and it's nearly at an end. We can safely say that we have all 'jelled' as a class and many friendships have been formed. The children appear to be confident and happy learners and we believe they are well prepared to face a new and more challenging

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