We hope that you had a good Easter break! We have lots of exciting things planned, including Science Week and Bushcraft.
Here is an overview of the term ahead and the KIRFs for this term.
Year 6 are very excited to have finally planted the potatoes.
Here is a photo of the ‘chitting’ stage where the potatoes were encouraged to sprout before planting
Elm class created artwork based on the 13th Station of the Cross.
We created an Easter Garden:
The children enjoyed raising money at our Easter Breakfast and with our Easter Egg raffle.
We enjoyed reading ‘Clockwork’ this term, which inspired us to use elements of this genre in our own writing based on the short video ‘Alma’.
These children in Elm class have been recognised for working hard on Reading Plus; demonstrating a good understanding of algebra, and for being a good friend. Well done!
We are very proud of these young ladies. They have worked hard in reading, writing and demonstrating our Christian value of friendship.
It has been wonderful having all the children back. Here are some children exploring different ways to classify living things.
Well done to Scarlett for working hard in maths this week.
Lucy impressed the Elm team with her reading.
George was noticed for being a go0d friend.
Elm also won Nicholas Bear for their great attitude to learning.
Lottie has been working hard in her Maths work and her descriptive writing in English.
Maya has tackled some challenging reads on Reading Plus.
Keeley has been really kind to everyone, particularly her partner in class.
We look forward to welcoming everyone back tomorrow!
Here is another copy of the overview for the term (we have already started this). We will also be revisiting the KIRFs from Term 3.