: October 2019
Crikey- what a week we have had! We have been busy with our science investigations and experiments, exploring the different ways in which plants reproduce. I hope that your experiments thrive through the holidays and that they come back to school after the break having given you lots to think about.
In maths we have grappled with multiplication and smashed our division — I love the way that these children just do not give up, grabbing every opportunity to learn . Well done!
In our English we have taken the opportunity to remind ourselves of another genre- poetry. We used our knowledge of words, patterns and effects to make some simple but impressive poetry. We then added this to our Shrike inspired art. I have to say the art is fantastic and the children are very proud of it — rightly so!
We have also been busy publishing some of our work in our learning journey books today- it has been a very busy day but a great one. It was lovely to hear how proud the children felt of their work.
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Many thanks to all of the children (supported by their families) for coming along to the Wingate Centre's Christmas Fair to sing this afternoon. The children sang three of this year's Nativity songs and 'Vive le Vent' (The French version of 'Jingle Bells') beautifully before being joined by those watching to sing 'We wish you a Merry Christmas'. Your contribution...
A huge thank you to all in our school community for joining us for our annual Christmas Fair this evening and making it a great success. Many thanks, too, to all those who played a part in organising and preparing for the event, running stalls and games on the night, providing donations and much, much more. It was very much...
Well done blue team for achieving the most house points this week. Base 2 won this week's golden ticket for attendance with a fantastic 99.3%. Well done Base 2. Well done to all the children who achieved a reading or ACHIEVE award this...