SS: March 2017
Well done Base 4 on another fantastic week!
You have worked exceptionally hard with your assessments this week and it has been fantastic to see the progress being made this term. All that hard work is definitely paying off!! Well done.
Amongst all of this we have even found time to finish our story — Tortuga and draw our story maps. We then used these maps to 'box-up' the story and create a generalisation that we can use to create a story plan.
Our topic books are coming together and we are looking forward to showing these off at parents evening next week.
Well done to everyone who took part in the Red Nose Day Fundraising Event. It was fantastic to see all the funny hats and all of you taking part in the mile! We will definitely sleep tonight!
Wednesday is the final swimming session this term — don't forget your kit!
Wednesday and Thursday night — Parents Evening.
Thursday — Easter Service.
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