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Autumn 2

Week 3

This week it is World Nursery Rhyme week. We will be looking at a different rhyme each day.

Week 2

We had another busy week. It was anti bullying week and we wore odd socks to school. We  also learnt a song about Respect. In  our music lesson,we played the tune to the song with boomwhackers. 

 

Class 4 children delivered a beautiful Child Led Worship session about forgiveness and reconciliation. Mrs Walker has obviously taught them well as they managed to do this even though Mrs Walker had been off poorly and was not avilable for the Worship leaders to discuss their ideas when they planned the session.

 

We finished off the week celebrating Children in Need day. We enjoyed the different carousel activities we had throughout the day.

Music with boomwhackers

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Week 1

 

Class 1 children have definitely come back  from their holiday refreshed and ready to work  even harder.

On the first day back, we were learning about how to stay safe on bonfire night. We made our own version of a bonfire and "roasted" marshmallows.

 

Later in the week, as we are coming to the end of our topic (Do you want to be my friend?), we spent some time reviewing what we have learnt. We looked at the qualities "ingredients " for a good friend and made friendship buns for each other.

 

We finished the week with parents coming into school to look at what we have been learning in topic. They helped us make cards, bracelets and necklaces for our friends. A huge thank you to all the parents who managed to attend, we loved having you in our class and hope to see you back again for our...dare I say it, Christmas Play. Eeeek!!!!!

We also managed to make a poppy wreath for Remembrance Day.

 

 

 

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Remember our letters to parents are put on our website so if you lose a letter please check under the parents' section of your child's school and you should find a copy there.
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