Mrs Chapman-Brown: April 2015
Well another busy week to end a very busy Spring Term!
The children have worked so hard and achieved so much! We have crammed so many activities into such a short amount of time! They have loved the Fire topic and learnt lots of facts about both the Great Fire of Nantwich and the Great Fire of London.
This week the children made a superb contribution to our Easter Service and I'm sure you enjoyed the fabulous singing and readings.
During the middle of the week there were strange sightings of dragons and a huge egg was discovered in the wooded area of the playground! The children enjoyed learning how to write instructions and used lots of bossy verbs to write their own instructions about 'How to trap a dragon!'
We ended the term on a high, with a Mad Science show followed by FOWS presenting each child with an Easter egg — I wonder how much is left!? It was a lovely gift for the children and a big thank you to FOWS.
Remember to keep up your reading — a little everyday really makes a difference as we have seen by the excellent progress your children have made this term. It really does work!
I hope you all have an eggcellent (sorry!) Easter and a cracking ( sorry again!) time!! It's just a little yolk!!
See you next term for more fabulous learning!
Mrs Chapman-Brown and Mrs Everall
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