For this week’s homework Class 3 have been asked to make their very own ‘Peggy Sue’ based on the story Kensuke’s Kingdom written by Michael Morpurgo. I look forward to seeing all the different creations. Mr Ross
Reminder that Year 3 will be sharing in praise assembly on Friday 19th January and therefore Year 3 parents are invited to join us. 2.40pm start- hope to see as many of you as possible. Mr Ross
Please find below our newsletter for Spring Term 1 where you can find out more about our learning this term. Many thanks, The Acorns team Acorn Class Spring 1 newsletter Acorn class newsletter Spr 1
A warm welcome to the children and parents/carers of Class 1! We are enjoying our new topic Posting and Places, and have started the term with some Inuit People’s throat singing in music, and an exciting letter. We are looking forward to swimming again this Friday, the children earned a… Read more »
Please find below our Spring 1 newsletter where you can find out more about the learning Acorns Class will be doing this term. As always, please ask a member of the team if you have any questions. Many thanks, The Acorns team Acorn Class Spring 1 newsletter (1) Acorn Class… Read more »
Class 3 have been excited about learning about localities from across the world. We look forward to sharing our new learning at sharing assembly on Friday.
Class 2 have been really excited about our new topic ‘Blown Away’. We have learnt all about the different types of clouds and are looking forward to finding out why different countries have different weather.
Happy New Year Class 6! I hope you and your families had a wonderful Christmas and New Year. Well done for today on the first day back in 2018…. it promises to be a fun but busy term ahead! Don’t forget homework went home today – due back in on… Read more »
Wishing you all a very Happy New Year, we hope you had a relaxing couple of weeks. We welcome Miss Cameron to our class who will be covering Miss Daniel whilst she is on maternity leave. Our first learning journey for 2018 is ‘What’s Up?’ We would encourage children to… Read more »