Celebration of reading

The children in class 4 love books and read regularly at home. As a reward, they enjoyed their treat:hot chocolate, biscuits and some extra golden time. Well done everybody.

This week learning in Class 4

We have had another exciting week finding out about castles. We have been very lucky to meet our expert visitor, Mr Lamb, who told us about the life around castles. We have also enjoyed our reading crew and sorting and counting numbers in Maths.

Hook week in Class 4

We have had a very exciting week and loved sharing a story called ’Tell me a dragon’. The children came up with some great describing words and used them in their independent writing. A dragon visited our classroom and left some footprints…Later in the week we became artists and created pictures of dragon’s eyes.

** FAO Year One and Two **

Dress Up Day – Immersion Week

As part of our immersion week, we are asking the children to come to school on Friday 9th September dressed as someone who may have lived or worked in a castle – people like servants, kings and queens, princesses, court jesters, knights etc

Please don’t feel you need to spend lots of money on these at short notice, it may be a costume you already have at home, a mask you can print and make from the internet or there are lots of crafty ideas online too. As part of our immersion week we will be making crowns etc also, so every child will be involved.

On this day, we will be doing lots of fun activities relating to our new expedition – we will make sure we share lots of photographs and videos so that you can see what we get up to.

Thank you for your cooperation.
Mrs Parsons and Key Stage One Team xx

Moving up . . .

It’s been transition day today – we’ve had a great day getting to know each other.

We have played games, made things and got crafty. There have been lots of smiles, chatting and hard work.

Miss Tinker and I are already looking forward to next year 🌟

Mrs Parsons xx

PS. We can’t wait to see your crew bag challenges in August! 📩

We make pledges

The children in class 4 have been very reflective on their learning and worked with their partners to talk about the progress they have made this year. Then they have planned their next steps for year 2 and made pledges.