Fantastic independent creative writing by Andra yesterday earned her a Headteacher’s award. As you can see she is over the moon about it. Keep up the good work Andra!
Juicy has really enjoyed his first two sleepover’s with Pandora and Sofia from Class 6. He has been very happy to share his book of the month, The Great Dog’s Bottom Swap with the children and their families. Look how engrossed he is while Sofia reads with him in their matching sleep masks!
He can’t wait to visit the rest of the class to spread his love of reading!
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.
Brilliant independent work by Jersey and Amelia today. They spotted the pattern in the number bonds to 10 game and continued it. Even writing out the corresponding equations.
Well done girls!
Here are the comments the children have made on their learning this week. Why not ask them to talk to you about the amazing things they have been doing in class?
What a great week we have had in Class 6! We have been immersing ourselves in our new class text, Giraffes Can’t Dance, by assembling jigsaws of the cover, making giraffe masks and identifying the features of a letter from Gerald to the other animals. In the next couple of weeks we will be learning some moves in the hope we can prove that giraffes CAN dance!
Can you spot our new class member Stretch the giraffe in the background of our photograph?
He is settling into our class very well!
Well done to Jack and Robyn for achieving level 3 in swimming and to Jack also for being a super footballer and winning a medal! Well done!
A huge well done and congratulations to all of our house point winners this week. Keep up the hard work!
Wow! Today Class 5 have blown me away with their enthusiasm, great attitude to learning and superb behaviour. What an amazing start!
We have done so much all in our first day. The children worked hard to follow instructions using the remember to pictures on the board to remind them when making a jellyfish and then this afternoon worked independently to make crabs, all to enhance our under the sea area in our classroom. It now looks amazing!
I was so impressed with their efforts in handwriting practice. They were brilliant when first practising with chalk but then could not have impressed me more when writing such small, neat letters in our new lined books. During free time Lilly went on to want to do more writing to show how hard she has been working to get better.
I am super proud of all of you and know that this year is going to be fantastic! Take a look below at today’s photos of our amazing day!