Welcome back to school!
You have all worked incredibly hard at home and should be very proud of yourselves. As we are heading back to school and reestablishing our school routines again, below are a few things to remember:
PE is on Tuesdays and Thursdays. However, you can bring your PE kit in on Monday and leave it in the cloakroom for the week. You must take it home at the end of the week.
Please bring in your school water bottle, reading record and reading book, everyday.
You should be reading at home as well as having a go at Times Table Rock Stars.
I look forward to seeing you all in person again!
In Science this term, we have been looking at light and shadows. During our flow through day, we made our own bat man inspired bat signals. We had great fun!
Here is the link to quiz your books at home. Remember, you can quiz your own books too, not just school ones.
Below are spellings that children should be practising and are expected to know by the end of Key Stage 2.
Children need to be continually practising their times tables as this is one of the key fundamentals of maths.
Purple Mash is a valuable learning tool, with lots of fun and educational activities to support children's learning.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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