We have relaunched our Attendance Challenge this half term rather than giving a £100 to the class with the best each term we are now giving £10 to the class with the best attendance each week (if there is a tie the matching winning classes will get £5). This has been a huge hit with the children.
So far class 3 and class 12 have won £10 to spend as they choose. Both classes are saving their money for a bigger reward. Watch the class blogs to see how they choose to spend their money!
Well done everybody and keep up the fantastic work!
I shared one of my favourite books with the children. Would you Rather… By John Burningham.
The reason why I enjoy the book so much is because of all the reasoning, discussion and choices which you can get from the book, knowing no answer is ever wrong. The children enjoyed the book just as much as me and their explanations for their choices were brilliant. Thank you for such a lovely day and all your amazing efforts on your costumes.
Class 11 worked so hard on their sketches and applied their learning about Quentin Blake to complete a lovely water colour wash over the top. Wait for the final products at our celebration.
Class 11 kick started their week with rounding decimals to the nearest whole number. They all worked so hard keep up all the hard work guys.
As part of World Book Day staff have written a quote about reading. Can you spot them around the corridors? Maybe you would like to write a quote about reading and share it with your class.
Well done to those who won the house point prize both this week and last week.
Keep up the great work!