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Owl Babies by Martin Waddell
This book is about three little owls who miss their mummy when she goes to find food.

Question- What does Bill the little owl say again and again?
Whatever Next! by Jill Murphy
“This is a story about a bear who builds a rocket and visits the moon, all before bath time!”
Question- Where did baby bear find his space helmet?

Dogger By Shirley Hughes “This is a story about a boy called Dave and his favourite soft brown toy dog called Dogger. One day Dave loses Dogger! Will Dogger ever be found?!”
Question- What colour was the bow on the big teddy that was won by Bella?

The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle 

Question- How many strawberries did the caterpillar eat?

Urgent Update

It has been brought to our attention that various social media platforms (utube, kids tube) have been hacked. And that video clips/ adverts which on the face of it appear innocent contain disturbing images and content.

Please be vigilant re the sites that children are accessing at home and the content in which they may contain.

Thank you

School Nursing Service
  • The School Nursing service across Devon is required to make sure all children and young people in Devon’s maintained schools, colleges and academies have access to a  School Nurse 52 weeks a year, (not just when schools are open) to provide information and support to all school aged children.
  • We will be working in partnership with schools to support the schools in the development of health policies that impact on all children and young people. Complimenting any taught health related classroom based programmes being delivered. For more information on the services provided by the School Nursing Team http://www.stmartinscranbrook.devon.sch.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/Website-information-for-School-Nurse-updated-2018.19.pdf
Devon’s Family Information Service for Children with Additional Needs (SIGNPOSTplus)
Internet Safety Review
Do you have a couple of hours a term to help St Martin’s staff and governor to review progress in promoting online safety?
If you do please contact Caren for more information
When Tim is accused of eating the last slice of cake, stealing a hammer and losing his school bag, no one believes his side of the story.

He sets out to prove his innocence – but will his parents ever believe him when the truth is so unbelievable?
Little Evie steps into the wild wood, carrying her heavy basket. But where is she going? And who will she meet? The wood pigeons call, “Be careful, Evie! Be careful, Evie!”
See our report here
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