Welcome back everyone! Hope you all had a lovely Easter and are ready for a busy summer term.
Our attendance this week was 98.3%
Classes 2, 5, 11, 12 and 15 had 100% attendance. Well done to everyone!
Classes 2, 7, 11, 12, 14 and 15 were all on time every day.
The Year 2 team would like to say a big thank you to all of the family members who supported the children with their homework over the holiday. The children were very proud when showing off their work today!
The Year 2 team
Over the last Half-Term we have been looking into people who help us, and the roles they play in our daily lives.
We began the Half-Term pretending to be Doctors taking care of patients in our Home Corner,
which we turned in to a Hospital.
The children were very caring doctors.
Our next topic of the week was the police, whose job is to keep us safe.
We enjoyed designing our own police cars.
The children were having fun dressing up and role playing as fire fighters.
Dentists help us to look after our teeth. ‘Open Wide’.
The Dentists use a variety of different equipment to check up on our teeth.
Using the computer, our ‘dentists’ had fun, but also improved their fine motor skills.
How many teeth do you have?
Lots of our children enjoy pretending to be teachers, they love learning and teaching each other their ABCs.
These were just a few examples, there are lots of other individuals who help us out in our day-to-day lives.
We appreciate all these individuals who are helping us to learn, develop, and more importantly keep us safe.
In Upper Key Stage 2, the children have been making bags. After looking at different types of bag, we decided to make one with a drawstring fastening. The children produced annotated designs, made paper templates and sewed the bags using running and blanket stitches. They were really creative in their designs and used the materials available to make bright, attractive and unique bags.
A massive thank you for all the support on Wednesday. The children looked fabulous in their Easter bonnets – they gave the judges some difficulties!!
It was fantastic to see the pleasure and enthusiasm in the adults and the children as you worked together on creative activities and the egg hunt in the garden. There are photos displayed in Nursery for you all to see.
Thanks again and have a great Easter!
Mrs Simons and Nursery Staff