I hope you are all ready for a new school year!
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For our 'brilliant beginning' we made houses similar to those in 1666. We then recreated the Great Fire by setting the first house/bakery on fire and watching it spread. Following this we created fire safety posters. A big thank you to our firefighter Sian for making sure we were safe. We had a fun morning!
Well done to our Homework Hero Adele this half term. I would also like to say well done to the rest of the children for completing their homework too. It has been great to see so much creativity!!!
A huge thank you to Kiaan's mum for delivering the 'Marvellous Middle' to our festivals topic. We spoke about the story of Rama and Sita and decorated Diva lamps. We had a fantastic afternoon and the children had lots of fun!!!
Your children will no longer change their banded books on a Monday. This will now be done on a Thursday or Friday. Remember to read with your child everyday and leave a daily comment in their reading record. Thank you for your support.
Mathletics has been set for this term. Please complete the activities by the due date and speak to me if you need your child's login details or have any issues with internet access.
I have sent home the script for the KS1 production. Please can you help your child practise their lines. If your child does not have a script it is because they did not want a speaking part. However, they will be singing, dancing and acting. Thank you for your support.
We created our own Rangoli patterns on the floor in the playground using chalk.
Congratulations Viena, our Homework Hero this half term!
A huge well done to all the children too for completing their homework. It has been great to see all the effort you have put in!
We have been learning about Florence Nightingale this half term. She knew that good hygiene and the health of her patience was important. To end our ‘Keeping Healthy’ topic, Queen’s University Belfast took part in a whole day workshop all about Florence Nightingale. We created a human timeline of key events, played lots of games including a germs game, went for a dance at the ball, took part in a Florence Nightingale quiz, recreated a hospital using our bodies, re-enacted the Crimean War and used lots of role play to bring characters to life. We had a great day!
A huge thank you to Emily's mum, who is a GP, for delivering the 'Marvellous Middle' to our 'Keeping Healthy' topic. She delivered a fantastic talk on the functions of different organs in our body, how to keep them healthy and more. Very interactive and the children loved it!
We had an afternoon of sporting activities and eating healthy snacks to kick-start our 'Keeping Healthy' topic.