Next week is national anti-bullying week which we will be celebrating again this year as a school. Odd socks day – Show and express your true self and individuality on Tuesday 12th November 2019! The crazier the better, let’s all sparkle and shine together 🙂
What is it?
Most importantly, Odd Socks Day is designed to be fun! It’s an opportunity to encourage people to express themselves and celebrate their individuality and what makes us all unique!
For more information and resources for you guys at home and to help with any concerns linked to cyber-bullying and e-safety – check out their official website link here !
We’ve had a fantastic first day back in class 8! We’ve been taken over by the very colourful Elmer, we had a book hunt today to find our new class text. It was wrapped in paper and hidden behind a whiteboard! We had to draw the main character from the book by only using a description.
Everyones worked so hard today and we have been very impressed with the work you have all produced, keep it up!
We will be collecting donations between the 4th and 13th November 2019. If you would also wish to donate £1 towards the shipping of these boxes it will be very gratefully received.
Each class will have around 6 shoe boxes to pack up and send to a child across the globe! We are asking for new or like new donations to help a child in need on Christmas day. Please see below for donation ideas.
We thank you again for your continued support with all we do, thank you!
Wow what an amazing afternoon we had with all the animals for family learning. We have loved it and rhw children were really involved with the animals. All the adults were so impressed at how brave the children were, especially when holding the snake and the tarantula!
Thank you to all the adults for coming and supporting it really does mean a lot that you get involved too.
A fantastic way to end a very busy but enjoyable half term in year 2!
Class 8 have been fantastic at sorting animals into groups. The children have worked in collaborative groups and supported each other in knowing how to identify what animal went into different groups. We then watched a video about a snake and everyone could recall a fact.
If you can tell me a fact about a snake you can have 10 house points and a treat out of the treat box, tell me before Friday.
Class 8 have been working so hard in maths today. We started by counting in 3’s using maths resources. After we did some repeated addition and linked this to times tables and everyone was working so hard and challenging themselves.