Monthly Archives: September 2019

WELCOME TO YEAR 3

The Year 3 team would like to say a big welcome to our new Year 3!

All the adults working across the 3 classes have been really impressed with how well the children have settled in . Whether concentrating in maths…….

Or acting out the creation story…..

Or practising basket ball  skills……

………the children have been working hard.

Keep up the good work Year 3 and we should have an exciting term. Look out for the parent curriculum map which will be out this week and you will be able to get ahead with the exciting curriculum we will follow this term.

Year 1 First Week

What a brilliant start to Year 1! A massive well done to all of the children for their enthusiasm during the first week. We have been so impressed with how well they have settled in to their new classrooms and routines. We are so excited for this coming year. 

This week we have been learning all of the new routines, writing about who we live with and reading lots of lovely books. We have labelled bodies, created self portraits, time capsules and worked super hard on all of our phonics.

Today, your children will be sent home with a reading book and journal. Reading at least three times a will earn your child a ‘Read to Succeed’ ticket!

If you haven’t already, please can you remember to make sure your child has brought in a full PE kit correctly named including PE shoes.  

Thank you for your support in settling your child during these first weeks.  

Goldilocks and the Three Bears

Our first full week back has been very busy indeed! We have been focusing on the story of ‘Goldilocks and The Three Bears’, which is a very popular story with the children. We have enjoyed pretending to be Goldilocks and tasting some delicious porridge during snack. Luckily it was neither too salty or too cold!

We have been very creative this week and practiced many skills, such as cutting and drawing different bears. Baby bear was the most popular!

The children have learnt different songs linked to the story. If you open up the Home Learning, you will find a link to one of them. We are sure the children would love to teach their families at home.

Have a restful weekend!

 Notes:

  • We are now happy to accept your £3.00 donation towards cooking and a box of tissues per child thank you.
  • Also do you have any bags of compost left over from your summer gardening? If so, we would be happy to receive these donations to enable us to fill our digging pit.
  • Please check that all uniform, bags, book bags, coats and lunch boxes are named. Many thanks.