Summer Term - Second Half 2018 - 2019
I hope you had a really good rest during half-term as we still have so many exciting things to do! We have already enjoyed a week of swimming and have many more fun lessons to look forward to. Alongside your holiday rest, I hope you spent some time learning the lines for the school play so that we can start to get some acting and prop making started ready for our performances at the end of the term.
Now the car is almost built it is time to look forward to our track day in July. It was fascinating to see all of the different driving skills that you have as individuals: some of you drive crazily around the corners; some of you drive flat out around the whole track; and some of you just love to run over all of those cones! I can't wait to see you driving around a proper race track.
Our literacy this term will continue to be linked to our class book - Floodland. This lovely book is based in our local area and explores a fictional story about what could happen if global warming continues. Many thoughtful themes for us to explore and write a range of texts about.
Mrs Johnson and Mrs Kiernan will be covering my PPA time on Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons this half term with RE and French taught by Mrs Kiernan and PE and PSHE taught by Mrs Johnson.
We are very lucky to work with the Huntingdon School Sports Partnership this term who will be teaching us how to play Stoolball.
Homework will be given out on a Friday and will need to be handed back into school on the following Thursday. A copy of the homework menu, together with all of the spelling lists for the year can be found by following the links at the top of the page.
The most important thing is that you feel happy and safe in school so please speak to me or anyone else if you have any worries about anything at all.