Welcome back to the new term and may I take this opportunity to wish you all a Happy New Year.
Our new topic this half term is ‘There’s No Place Like Home!’ We will be writing our own stories based on ‘The Three Little Pigs’. We will be looking at houses and exploring the shapes used. We will then design our own homes and build them. We will also be investigating materials.
The children have returned to school eager to learn. They have been working really hard so far this school year and I know they will continue to do so this term.
Thank you once again for all the super home projects which were handed in. I appreciate the time that has been spent on these during the holiday. Once again these will be displayed in school for all to see.
Spellings will be tested every Monday, please continue to support your children in learning these.
Homework will be given out on a Friday afternoon and returned to school every Wednesday.
Acorns class has continue to have PE every Monday and Wednesday afternoon, please ensure your child comes to school with their PE kits for their lessons.
Find out more in our Class Newsletter
Teacher: Mrs Palmer
Children: Early Years, Year 1 and Year 2
Homework is given out on a Friday to be handed in on Thursday.
Spellings are set on a Monday and are tested on the next Monday.
PE lessons take place during the afternoon sessions on Mondays and Wednesdays.
There's No Place Like Home! Home Projects
Geography: Matching aerial photos to famous landmarks
History: researching Tim Peake
Winter Wonderland! 8 December
We had a fantastic time at Winter Wonderland at Baytree today. The children had a great time and all said that their favourite moment was meeting Father Christmas!
I would like to say a massive thank you to all the children and parents for all the space projects completed during our break; they are brilliant!
Here are the photos of our Wow day at the end of term. We went to Whaplode Primary School and saw lots of different animals. We found out lots of information about them. Those of us who were very brave also held or touched them.
Roald Dahl Day 13th September 2017