Week Beginning Monday 15th October 2018
Homework books have been sent home to personalise and cover over the half-term break. Look out for these in the children's book bags.
Thank you to all of the parents and carers who were able to attend Parents' Evening on Thursday evening. Below are some documents you might find useful when consolidating work the children have been doing at school. If you are uncertain about anything, please don't hesitate in contacting Mrs Clyne or Mrs Perry.
Week Beginning Monday 8th October 2018
Week beginning 24th September 2018
This week is our European Languages Week and we have been focusing on Croatia. As part of our fact finding, we learned about different traditional Croatian playground games and went outside to play them too. We had great fun and discovered that some of the games were very similar to those we play usually in our playground, they just had different names!
Week beginning 17th September
In our English lessons we've been retelling Anthony Browne's 'Me & You' story. After we'd worked hard on our beginning, middle and endings, we worked in pairs to 'peer edit' and improve our stories.
Week Beginning 10th September 2018
We've been busy with Miss Gavin learning all about staying safe on the internet.
Week Beginning 3rd September 2018
Mrs Clyne and Mrs Perry have been extremely impressed with how quickly the children have settled into their classes.
Reading books and diaries are coming home this week. Guided reading sessions have already begun. During the reading workshop the children read books that are one level higher than the books they read at home. Home readers should be an easy read. If the children are interested in reading their own books, or books from the library, it is perfectly acceptable to note down the pages in the reading diary. We will check the reading diaries every week and update the bookmarks, which are displayed in the classrooms. Reading reward badges will be given out, once the bookmark is full.
Our shared texts so far are:
Willy the Wimp
Me and You
Both of these texts are written by Anthony Browne.
Watch this space for more updates on Maths and our cross-curricular topics.