Welcome back Tiger Class! We hope you had an enjoyable half term.
We had a fantastic Fabulous Finish afternoon, it was lovely to see so many parents and the children really enjoyed making their pop up books.
Our new topic is…..
Within this topic the children will be answering the following questions:
What is an amphibian? What is a mammal? What is a bird? What is a reptile?
Where do different animals live? How do we care for animals? How can we keep ourselves healthy? What is a habitat? How do animals grow and change? What is a sculpture? What materials are used to make a sculpture? Why do Christians celebrate Easter? Why do we have chocolate eggs?
Please see our Term 3 News Letter for more information about our learning this term –
In our English lessons we will be focusing on the story ‘ The Hunter’ by Paul Geraghty. As part of our inspirational starter children will be helping to turn the classroom into a jungle and helping to make a tiger sculpture.
We have a new arrival in Key Stage 1 –
The children are incredibly excited and will be completing observation diaries of how the ducklings change. We can’t wait to cuddle them!
We now have two ducklings in the cage and two more are drying out in the incubator. We can see another egg starting to hatch and we are keeping our fingers crossed that all six eggs hatch. Mr Etheridge and Mrs Rushton love cuddling them and the children have all given them a stroke.
Please click on the link below to view our topic homework puzzle for this term –
Daci is learning really well. I love the fact that the children are pushed to their full potential.
It was very nice to be able to view Oliver’s work and see how he is progressing. Thank you for the opportunity.
“My child really enjoyed this Play and Stay and so did I as a parent. Nothing to improve – really pleased!”
Yr R Parent
Thanks for inviting me to do a story session with your school. I found the whole experience very rewarding as both children, and teachers were open to engage with me, and participated in listening to the stories, dressing up, singing and dancing.
Genny Jones (Confidence Queen)
“The behaviour of the Year 5 children was a credit to the school when we were out on the road.”
Mick Jeffries, Invicta Cycle Training
At the end of every lesson I know a bit more than before.