I Spy and count to 20.pdf
Ice lolly repeating patterns.pdf
Seaside missing sounds.pdf
What to pack in my suitcase.pdf
Summer writing activity.pdf
Class teacher - Starfish EYFS Lead
Mrs.Hines loves working at Dale Hall and has been a teacher here for 14 years now. She enjoys drawing, painting and making things. She loves spending time with her family where her three sons keep her very busy.
Class teacher - Starfish
Mrs Jenkins absolutely loves music. She sings and plays different instruments in her band. She is also a big football fan and loves Ipswich Town FC!
Nursery Nurse - Starfish
You will often find Mrs Clements in the kitchen baking delicious goodies such as brownies and cakes. She also likes to read lots and to spend time with her family and friends.
Class Teacher - Starfish
Mrs Batten is so excited to be at Dale Hall; she and her family moved to Ipswich in the summer so she is enjoying spending time at the weekends visiting local areas with her husband, four children and their dog! Mrs Batten likes baking cakes and biscuits as well as reading thrillers and singing.
Class teacher - Seahorses
Mrs Ross is so excited to join the Reception team! She has worked at Dale Hall for over 10 years and loves being a part of the Dale Hall Family. You will find Mrs Ross snuggling up with a book in our cosy corner or having fun building in our construction area. She teaches Monday- Wednesday and loves going on adventures with her active 2 year old on her days off.
Class teacher - Seahorses
Mrs Eldred enjoys long river and country walks and spending time with her children. She is usually found in the Forest school area or having fun in EYFS.
Teaching Assistant - EYFS, based in Seahorses
If Miss Barker isn’t at the stables or spending time with her family, you will find her being creative with paints and craft.
Lower Phase Leader and Y2 Class teacher
Mrs Cattermole loves nature and going on adventures. She particularly enjoys cycling and has set herself the challenge of cycling 200 miles this year for charity. She is kept busy at home by her two daughters and often goes on family adventures in the countryside walking and cycling.
Playdough is Brilliant!
Playdough is amazing for so many reasons. Not only is it a great way to develop the muscles in children's fingers as they squash, squeeze, roll, flatten, pinch, chop and pull it has so many other benefits too! Here is a really interesting article from the imagination tree, describing all of the benefits of playing with playdough.
And here is a tried and tested recipe that must have been used hundreds of times over the last 34 years. So many little hands have enjoyed playing with the playdough from this recipe. Why don’t you give it a try?
Cooked dough (long lasting)
2 cups flour
2 cups water
2 tsp cream of tartar
2 tbs oil
1 cup salt
Cook all of the ingredients in a saucepan over a low heat. Keep mixing until the mixture leaves the sides of the pan. Sprinkle a little flour onto a board and knead well to finish.