It has been a short and busy week!
We had lots of fun following instructions on how to make Easter egg nests and we hope the children enjoyed eating these when they got home! The children also enjoyed their Easter scavenger hunt!
Well done to all of the children who created an Easter T-shirt-it was lovely to see them parading on the playground. Such a lot of wonderful creativity on display.
Also, ‘Congratulations’ to everyone that took part in Street Tag and helped the school achieve the winning position. We are really proud of you all.
We would like to introduce you to Bug Club. This is an online reading scheme that gives children an opportunity to read books personalised to their reading ability. The Bug Club pupil world is where your children log in to read books allocated to them, whether at home or in class. It is also where they can access the rewards they earn when they complete all the activities in a book. Well done to the children who have manage to log on and have even read some books! Please see the email from Integris to access the log in information if you’re still unsure of what to do.
WEEK BEGINNING: 19th APRIL
MONDAY 19th APRIL: Term 5 Begins
Hook-in day for KS1 – Children can come to school dressed in their beach/summer wear – appropriate for the weather on the day!
PE kit days: Wednesday and Thursday for Class 3 and 4
We will keep these useful active links on the blog-could be something for the weekend.
Go Noodle (Register for free)
We will leave this information here each week for easy access.
Please remember to reinforce the correct pencil grip at home; the correct letter and number formation.
This video shows how the children are taught in Foundation using the Read Write Inc scheme but please note that we use a ‘curly’ k and the ‘f’ has a longer tail that carries on below the line.
Letter formation video
The following video will reinforce the correct number formation for 0-9
We hope that you all have an enjoyable Easter break and look forward to seeing you at the beginning of Term 5.
Mrs Kelly, Mrs MacIntyre and Miss Worsfold