Teachers: Mrs Edmunds (Mon, Tues, Wed) Mrs Schwartz (Thurs, Fri)
Teaching Assistant: Mrs John
Specialist Teachers: Mrs Marshall (Music); Mr Newbold (P.E.)
Encourage all the children to be reflective learners.
Give the children the skills to be resilient and challenge themselves.
Develop further independence.
Link learning activities to 'real life'.
Most importantly ...... have fun learning in a safe and nurturing environment.
13th February 2019
A massive thank you to all the children for their fabulous creative homework. We have thoroughly enjoyed sharing it with them this week and have been so impressed that we are awarding each child 6 team points.
15th January 2019
A huge thank you to all the families who were able to attend the class assembly today. I am sure you will agree that all the children rose to the occasion and performed with great confidence. Your presence in the audience encouraged the children to be the best they could be.
8th January 2019
Happy New Year!
This half term our topic is Time Travel. This will include learning about castles and reading a variety of traditional tales.
We are starting the half term with a visit to The Rep Theatre in Birmingham to watch 'The Wizard of Oz'.
There are some changes to how homework will be set for this half term, please see the letter inside your child's homework book for further details.
Next week, on Tuesday 15th, we have our class assembly. We hope to see you there.
23rd November 2018
In Literacy we have begun a unit of work about 'Reading and Writing Instructions' with the focus being 'SLIME'. We are sure your child has already spoken to you about this at home.
In the 'Gallery' tab below we have included the instructions to make some stretchy slime of your own at home.
Our new theme has begun - 'Materials'.
Please refer to your child's homework book and click on tab below for information regarding the new tasks that have been set.
We have had such a busy but enjoyable half term!
We hope you all have a lovely weeks holiday and look forward to hearing all about your adventures on our return to school.
A HUGE thank you to the parents, grandparents and carers who attended our 'Fabulous Finale' earlier today, for the time and support you gave. The children had such an enjoyable afternoon making their moon buggies which are now on display in the classroom and corridor. Hopefully you received the photograph which was sent home with your child. There are also photographs included in 'Our Gallery'.
Take a look in the 'Our Gallery' tab at the bottom of this page, there are some photographs from The Black Hole mobile Planetarium visit. in the words of the children, 'It was amazing'.
As our theme of 'Space' is drawing to close don't forget we have out parent workshop on Tuesday 23rd October.
Recycling urgently needed!!
The Black Hole mobile Planetarium will be visiting school on Tuesday 16th October.
Please could you ensure that you return your consent forms and payment by the end of this week.
Thank you in advance for your support.
Following our very successful first swimming lesson last week there are a couple of things which would help with the smooth running of the session.
1. Could towels please be labeled with your child's name.
2. Please send a bag which is big enough for shoes, towel and uniform as the children have to take their belongings poolside.
Many thanks for your continued help.
Our first swimming lesson is on Friday 28th September. Please could you ensure that all relevant forms are returned to school. Could you also please check that your child's uniform and swimming kit is all named.
Many thanks to the parents who attended the class briefing this evening.
For all those who were unable to attend please click on the link below to view the slides from the presentation.
Class 2 Reminders
Individual reading books will be changed on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday when your child places their book in the classroom box.
Homework will be set on a Thursday and should be completed by Wednesday morning.
Wednesday afternoons - PSHE with Mrs Tromans and PE with Mr Newbold.