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Autumn Term 2

Week 2 - Anti-bullying Week

We were even busier than usual on Monday morning. First Miss Beedham launched Anti-bullying week with the Odd Socks assembly and competition, then we had two minutes silence for Remembrance Day. 

Remembrance Day 2019

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Odd Sock Day - Anti-bullying Week

After that, we had our second Taekwondo session and it was a bit like a maths session with lots of counting and multiples of 2!

Taekwondo - Week 2

As part of our Anti-Bullying week in school, we planned our collective worship around a scripture about showing kindness, compassion and forgiveness. We all thanked a friend for their kindness and friendship, then we sang a friendship song that we recognised from the film 'Toy Story'. In our 'Come and See' lesson this week, we learnt about the importance of the people, objects and symbols that we would see at a Baptism celebration.

Baptism and Collective Worship

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Teach your Monster to Read is an award-winning series of games which help children to master the key first stages of reading. We're using it at school and your child will benefit more from the game if they can play at home. It’s free to play on a PC and laptop, or you can download the Teach Your Monster to Read app from the app store on phones and tablets. To play on the website, visit teachyourmonstertoread.com and start playing in seconds. Your child has been given a letter to take home this week, along with password card, so that they can log in at home with you. Keep reading together, it really does help your child’s development in  ALL areas of learning.

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This week we have been exploring various types of poems. We shared poems from a collection by Paul Cookson, who worked with us in school last year. We talked about the different poetry styles and discussed why we liked each poem. 

 

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We also finished creating our Fabric Faces this week in our Design and Technology session and they are fabulous. We referred to our original designs and used the various joining techniques that we have learnt. We will now share our finished products with others and create an evaluation by thinking about ways that we could improve our original designs, in order to achieve an even better outcome. 

'Our Love of Reading'

In our school, we strive to inspire a love of reading in every single child. In our class this is nurtured by ensuring that every child has access to a wide range of books that are linked to the children's interests. Each child also takes home two books every day. The first book is very closely linked to the child's phonic ability and will challenge the child to apply the skills and knowledge that they are currently developing in their 'Read Write Inc' phonics group. The second book has been chosen by the child, from an appropriate selection of books in our school library, to share with an adult at home. We hope that you will encourage your child in their love of reading, and please do share your success by making a note of any shared reading in your child's reading record.  

Our current book of choice for afternoon story-time, is

'The Christmasaurus' by Tom Fletcher.

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One family, growing together in love and faith, flourishing in an ever-changing world. We love, we believe, we shine, we achieve.
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