Class teacher: Miss R Harding
Please see the above a plan for what we are covering this week in class. If your child is unable to come to school because you are isolating as a household (but they are otherwise well) they can use the information and resources below to keep learning from home. If you would like your child’s class teacher to see the work your child has done, then please email them the work once for the day.
Your class teachers’ email address can be found on your class webpage.
As it is the last week of term the PTA have kind purchased access to a the pantomime Cinderella. Please follow the below link to access the pantomime. If you have any issues with this then please contact your child's teacher.
The production runs at 53 minutes and is full of lots of singing dancing and good fun!
Please remember this is for your eyes only and do not share on any public platforms or social media
In event of a bubble closure, all home learning will be on Google classroom. Please email your class teacher if you need help accessing it.
Here is a document to help you:
Term 3 - Let Me Entertain You!
Term 1 Round up!
Well, we certainly came back with a bang! We had a busy term this September.
We've gone from writing autobiographies to ghost stories, fractions to shapes and Creation through to Prayers, Saints and Feasts!
I'm so proud of how everyone settled back in after a long time away from school. All the children have picked up all of the new rules and procedures to keep us all safe, and are even better than the adults and remembering some things!
We have done some really exciting learning all about the Stone Age. The term started with a whole day dedicated to the Stone Age.
We made mud paintings with mud from our school garden, camped under our desk for cave paintings and even scrawled all over the playground with caveman maths! Luckily. we didn't have to eat any Stone Age food... Judging from the menus you have written for your homework, it would have been an interesting feast!
We also had a really exciting lesson in which we became hunters and gatherers! Unfortunately, we weren't able to get any real life woolly mammoths or sharpen our own spears, so pictures and pencils had to make do!
TERM 1 INFORMATION
Please see the links below outlining homework expectations, what we are covering this term and how you can support your child's learning at home.
It was lovely to welcome so many of you into your new class at the end of term.
We hope you have a lovely summer holiday and we are looking forward to welcoming you back on Thursday 3rd of September.