​Sir Edmund Hillary Primary School





We are learning "We're Going on a Bear Hunt" by Michael Rosen. Click below to hear the author tell his story.

We have learned the story Let's Go Home Little Bear. Click on the front cover below to hear the story:

We have learned the Owl Babies story at school. Click on the link below to listen to a recorded version together.

Children love the Jolly Phonics songs - they are a great way of introducing the sounds that letters make to your children. They are very addictive and easy to learn! Click on the link below for the songs:




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Father Christmas has been to our Christmas Party! We had a fabulous time and Father Christmas said he received our long list of children for his good list! 

We were beautiful stars in our Nativity play, The Wriggly Nativity...we were amazing! Thank you to all the parents who helped the children make their own costume. 




We are learning about people who help us, particularly fire fighters but also doctors, nurses and vets.


Worksop Fire Brigade came to visit us! We learned all about how to stay safe and look after ourselves. We also got a chance to use the hose and climb aboard the engine: it was brilliant!

Spiders and Pumpkins Open Day!

We had a great time exploring lots of activities designed to develop our fine motor skills. Thank you to all the parents who came and joined in the fun! 

Our Displays:











Look at some of the amazing work from last year!






Click on the image below to access the Oxford Owl website. It has lots of information about how to support children's reading and maths skills at home.


Are you having trouble getting your child into a good bedtime routine? Does your child wake through the night and need help to drift back off? Click on the link below for lots of useful information. 


Click on the image below to go to the Language for Life Website. It has lots of tips and advice on how to develop your child's language and communication skills.

The Hanen Centre specialise in developing children's language and communication. Click on the link below to a useful article about how to help your child with their speaking skills: