Just to remind you all that Sports Day is tomorrow. Please can all children come to school in their PE Kit with plenty of water. Please note there will also be a reduced lunch menu on Sports Day. There will be no red, green or yellow options available. The choices will be as follows:- Purple – Cheese Sandwich grab bag Orange – Ham Sandwich grab bag
Your child can bring in their own packed lunch if they wish.
Also we will not have PE on Wednesday so children will just need to come in their normal school uniform Many thanks.
Here are just a few things that will be happening in the final three weeks of half term.
Sports Day – 29th June – children to wear PE kit, there will be no PE on Wednesday 30th June so children can come in normal uniform.
Euro Day – Friday 9th July – children to wear football kits or non-uniform of colours supporting one of the final teams e.g. if Italy was in the final your child could wear – blue (for kits) or the colours of the flags.
End of term treat for being an amazing class and for working so hard – Teddy Bears Picnic – Wednesday 14th July – normal school uniform. Children to bring an extra snack for the afternoon, e.g. crisps, chocolate, buns. We will also provide some treats and we will have lots of fun playing games.
PTA Day – PTA will be hosting a Summer Fun Day in school on Thursday 15th July, this will be instead of our annual summer fair. This is non-uniform.
As we continue our history topic ‘Has childhood always been the same?’, we are inviting the children to complete a project at home which have called: ‘When I was 6’. We would like the children to speak to someone at home about what life was like when they were 6. This could be a parent, grandparent, neighbour, anyone from a different generation. The children have been thinking about questions they might ask and on Thursday we will send home a sheet to help them to record answers. The children will have an opportunity to share their findings with their classmates on Thursday 8th July.
We hope the children will enjoy this project. Any questions just send us an email. Many thanks.
Reception have really enjoyed learning about Mary Anning this week. They loved learning all about fossils and how Mary Anning uncovered a giant fossilised marine reptile. The children then went on to listen to stories about dinosaurs and some children really wanted to learn about dinosaurs so we pretended we were paleontologists studying fossils. Well done children, all of you were so enthusiastic!
In Year 1 we have started comparing old and modern toys and artefacts. We enjoyed discussing the question – ‘Did my Grandma have an xbox or a tablet?’ We then went on to compare old and modern toys and discuss the differences.
Over the term Miss Riches has been teaching us all about plants and their parts and functions. To end the topic we have got our arty fingers out and created some lovely plant diagrams to display in our classroom. The children were so creative and it was such a proud moment for me to see how much they’ve learned.
Here are some photos for you of our display and the children’s work :)
This will be my last blog post as I sadly finish my final teaching placement here on Friday. I would like to say a big thank you for all your support and I have loved teaching such an amazing group of children!
We have been looking after our caterpillars and watched them before the holidays go into their pupa’s. Over the holidays Mrs. Dalton looked after them and they came out of their pupa’s and had turned into beautiful butterflies! Yesterday afternoon we spoke about how butterflies should be free to fly and we released them in our yard. Lots of giggles could be heard and it was such a lovely afternoon!
Here are a few photos to enjoy.
Miss Riches, Miss Locke, Mrs Dalton and Miss Chambers