Wow! Jemima had so much fun at Amber’s house on Thursday. She enjoyed joining Amber at her dance class and had such fun playing Uno. I wonder who won the game?
Thank you Amber for sharing Jemima’s favourite story with your big sister Maya xx
This week as part their learning linked to our new story ‘Elmer’ the children have enjoyed finding out about elephants.
This week Class 5 have worked so hard on recognising coins and understanding their value. I was so super proud of them in our money touchdown on Friday.
Well done everyone from Mrs Jackson
Jemima had a fantastic sleepover at Millie’s house last night. She loved playing with Millie and her little sister Hollie. She loved getting so many cuddles and enjoyed sharing the book ‘Giraffe’s can’t dance’ when it was bedtime.
Jemima also had fun on Wednesday night watching the fireworks at Etta’s house and enjoying lots of snuggles.
Everyday Jemima sits and watches and listens to see who is making great choices in Class 5. She can’t wait to visit everybody at home and share her favourite story with you!
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 !
Poppy appeal items will be on sale all Thursday and Friday this week they will be brought round to classes by school councilors but can also be purchased at break and lunch times in class 12.
All items available are 50p from the box or any donation for a paper poppy.
We thank you for your continued support!
Our names are Juicy and Jemima and we live in Classes 5 and 6.
Beginning tomorrow evening (Tuesday, 5th November) we will each be coming home with one of the children from our classes for a one night sleep-over. We will be bringing a story book for you to share with your child and our very own jotter for your child to record details of our evening together. This could be a sentence telling what we have done, a drawing or a photograph.
Please will you make sure you send us back to school the following morning so we can be ready to go home with someone else that evening?
We won’t be coming home with anyone on Friday’s as we go home with Miss Rodgers and Mrs Jackson at weekend’s so we can have a bath!
We can’t wait to meet you all!
See you soon
Juicy and Jemima xx
P.S. It would be wonderful if you could e-mail any photograph’s to School so Miss Rodgers can add them to the Blog.
You are all fantastic superstars for achieving your bronze reading award. A massive well done to Aoife on reaching her silver award!