Redbourn Infant and Nursery School

Redbourn Infant and Nursery School

Long Cutt, Redbourn, Herts AL3 7EX
Headteacher: Mrs Jane Byrne
Telephone: 01582 792341     Fax: 01582 794669
Email: admin@redbourninfants.herts.sch.uk

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Redbourn Living Advent Calendar 2016

This year, there is a Living Advent Calendar taking place in Redbourn with a surprise performance behind every real door opened in December. Redbourn Infant & Nursery School was the surprise on the 6th of December. Our Choir and staff gave a special, candlelit performance of some Christmas songs and 244 people from the village came along to watch! We were very proud of all the children who sang so beautifully and gave a lot of pleasure to everyone who attended.
children performing on stage with fairy lights behind children performing on stage with fairy lights behind children performing on stage with fairy lights behind

Autumn Art Show

art display
We created some Autumn Art to display at the Harpenden & Villages School Art Show.


wool wound round sticks
We collected sticks and wound wool around them.

wool wound round pine cones
We also decorated these fir cones with wool to make this colourful display.
picture of mice made from leaves
Well done Theo, who won first prize for his collage of mice made from leaves.
photo of cobweb
Well done Grace, who won first prize for her photo of a cobweb.


autumn artwork display
We are all proud of the beautiful art that we created and "Thank you" to Mrs O for making the stunning display.



Yarn Bombing

Thank you to Mrs Earley who came and decorated some of our trees. She has also been into school to work on a project with Year 2 to further decorate our outside area. We think you will agree that it looks fantastic!

yarn bombed tree
yarn bombed tree
yarn bombed tree

Walk to School from the Common


As part of Walk to School Week - we all met at the Common and walked to school together. We had lots of children, Mums, Dads, older and younger siblings, Grandparents, childminders, school staff and Mrs Byrne. The weather didn't put us off!

walk to school from common walking to school together from the common crossing the road on our walk to school from the Common

Eco Council Visit to Tiggywinkles Wildlife Hospital

at the entrance to the hospital
The Eco Council visited Tiggywinkles Wildlife Hospital.
many different wild birds at the feeders
They care for sick and injured British wildlife - how many different birds can you spot?
hedgehog being held
This rescued hedgehog has only three legs.
three red kites
These red kites were an endangered species. The hospital has helped them to recover from their injuries.
children looking at xrays
These Xrays show some of the injuries which have been suffered by the red kites.
eco council
We will be raising money for the Tiggywinkles charity at our Green Day in June.


Music Partnership with St Albans School


As part of our partnership with St Albans School, we were invited to have a music session on their Japanese Taiko Drums.

children drumming children drumming
boy drumming


Eco Assembly


The Eco Ambassadors from Sir John Lawes School, Susie and Evie, came to lead an assembly for us. They spoke to us about the different types of wildlife that live in our countryside and the damage that litter can do to their habitats. We have pledged to continue to protect the environment by recycling our rubbish, not dropping litter and keeping our waterways clear.

students leading an assembly
students leading an assembly
students leading an assembly