Kingfishers' Class are our Year 2 group. They are currently being taught by Mrs Young who is assisted by Mrs Stovold. Mrs Grant will be returning to teach the class later in the Autumn term.
It was lovely to see Mrs Grant in school this afternoon. She popped in to say hello to the children and told them how much she is looking forward to teaching them after half term, working together with Mrs Ann Gremin for a few week until she is back full time. Mrs Grant is planning lots of lovely things to do with the children, continuing the work they have been doing about animals... exploring other areas of the world.
We were delighted to hear that 'Baby Ferrett' arrived today! Lauren and Tom have a baby girl who arrived safely this morning! The children were so excited to hear the news! We have sent our love and best wishes to them.
A huge thank you to the children of Owls' Class who helped us today - teaching us how to use Mathletics. They were great teachers and we were all very excited about being able to use this online programme which will help us to develop our number fluency, knowledge and skills.
I have really enjoyed the first two days of teaching in Kingfishers class. We have hit the ground running, becoming writers, geographers, artists and scientists in our topic on Africa. Thank you to the parents who have let their children bring in books and artefacts to help with our studies. We promise to look after them.
We had great fun this afternoon doing the NSPCC workout in our PE lesson. We did a circuit of activities which tested our skill and stamina. Thank you if you have been able to get sponsors for this activity. There's still time to get more! Please bring all your donations and the completed form back into school by Monday 16th October.
Kingfishers' class have made a fantastic start to year two! They have picked up the new routines quickly and hit the ground running with their writing and maths.
In the afternoons, the children have been busy designing their own weather station' to link in with our new topic 'Amazing Animals'. So far they have made satellites, rain catchers and weather vanes.
To help keep your child's uniform clean during our creative sessions, it would be really helpful if you could send in an old shirt for them to keep in school as a paint shirt.
Check the 'Home Learning' section of our class webpage every Friday to keep up to date with what you can do to support your child's learning at home.