This afternoon the children in KS1 enjoyed sharing their theme learning with parents and carers. They shared amazing art work, information about their trip to The Deep and visit from Sam’s Safari, historical facts about the artist Henri Rousseau, great singing and fantastic performances of poems and talk for writing.
The children in F2 and KS1 have started a reading challenge this week. Have you remembered to put your books in to be changed? Have you spotted the display in your classroom?
I wonder which child will be the first to achieve the bronze award!
Class 7 have been putting their reading skills to the test today answering reading domain questions to help them with their assessments next week. Well done everyone we had some great answers and everyone was a have a go Henry!
The children have worked really hard in football today and have been practicing their dribbling and control of the ball. We played lots of quick mini games to keep us moving as it was so cold. Seeing the children improving every week is amazing, keep it up class 7.
Class 7 were very excited about the disco and I think everyone will agree that they all look lovely. What a good looking bunch!
Thank you to all the parents and grandparents that attended the phonics and reading meeting this morning for F2 and KS1. It was a great turnout and hopefully gave parents the information they need to help them support their child with reading at home. The presentation and all handouts can be found on the school website.
We are very excited to announce the launch of our new reading challenge next week. Look out for the letter your child will be bringing home explaining more about it. See if you can spot the reading challenge displays as they appear in classrooms over the next week. We look forward to seeing who can achieve the bronze award first!
Our football session today was loads of fun and we have learnt new skills about how to control the football.