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  • A Not So Silent Night – Year 2 Carol Concert

    We would like to invite you to our Year 2 Christmas Carol Concert ‘A Not So Silent Night’ on Thursday 12th December at 6pm. For the concert, we…

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  • Changes to home learning

    Home-learning is changing this term. Instead of weekly tasks from the grid, we are reducing children’s grid home learning in order to focus primarily on reading, spellings and…

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  • Year 1

    Today we will be holding a remembrance service at 11am for the children (no parents) then talking about anti-bullying Tomorrow as part of anti-bullying week. Please come to…

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  • Rock Out 2019!

    As our pupils love TTRockstars and are committed to improving their timestable knowledge and recall, those in Years 2-6 are taking part in a competition this week called…

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  • Our year 5 learning this week

    Learning this week: This week in maths we’ve been looking at how to multiply and divide whole number and decimals by 10,100 and 1000. Please find some videos…

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Year 1

Nov
11

Today we will be holding a remembrance service at 11am for the children (no parents) then talking about anti-bullying Tomorrow as part of anti-bullying week. Please come to school Tomorrow wearing odd socks to represent being different to others.

Our upcoming learning:

English: Learning the story of the 3 little pigs and writing a warning story.

Maths: Subtraction, number problems.

Art: Vincent Van Gogh

Science: The properties of materials.

 

Please remember to encourage your child to read as much as possible at home.

 

Thanks for all your support

 

Year 1 team

Bottle Caps

Nov
6

We will be collecting plastic bottle caps of any colour in school as part of keeping our environment tidy.

We are going to be thinking about plastic waste and how we could help with this.

We plan on using the bottle caps to create a large piece of collaborative art work.

Please hand these in to your class teacher.

We need to collect as many as possible!

Thank you

Half term is here!

Oct
24

We firstly want to thank you for all your support over this first half term. The children have had great fun with their learning both at home and at school!

We have put some lines to learn for the Christmas Play in some of the children’s bookbags. It would be great if they could start learning these over the holidays ready to rehearse when we get back. Some children do not have any lines, or only have a few words so we will teach them at school.

We will  be organising costumes for the play over the half term holiday and if there are any small pieces of clothing we need you to provide we will give the children a note next term, eg, tights, trousers etc to complete their outfits.

The date of our Christmas Play is Tuesday 10th December 2019. We will be doing 2 performances; one at 2pm and one at 5.30pm. You will receive more information on this later in the term when we allocate tickets to be within fire regulations.

 

 

Other information

4th November – Flu vaccinations

11th November – anti-bullying week

12th November – odd socks day for anti-bullying week

19th November – Messy Church

27th November – flu vaccinations catch up

 

Thank you for your continued support

The Y1 Team

Year 1 update

Oct
11

Please take note of the learning we will be doing over the next few week. Children may want to get a head start at home.

 

Maths: Adding and subtracting numbers to 10 and 20.

English: Writing a few sentences with capital letters and full stops.

RE: Belonging. What is a baptism? Please feel free to bring in a photo of your child as a baby.

 

Parents evening sign up will be available from Monday.

Living history day (24th October)

Children can come to school dressed as a dinosaur or paleontologist. Please ensure costumes are appropriate for playtime and everything is NAMED.

Parents are welcome to come in 9.15-10.15

 

Thanks

 

Year 1 team

KS1 Hello Yellow Day

Oct
1

On Thursday 10th October the school will be celebrating Hello Yellow Day, discussing and celebrating positive mental health.

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We will be providing the children with different activities to help with their discussions and lead to a more positive lifestyle.

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We would like the children to wear their normal school uniform on Thursday but they may also wear yellow accessories to help raise awareness.

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Thank you for your support

 

The KS1 Team