"You have brains in you head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself in any direction you choose."
Oh the Places You'll Go - Dr. Seuss
This week's winners are Lucy, Arian, Eva, George and Hunter!
Arian has been polite, hard-working and a pleasure to have in the Badger bubble! We thought his sketch of a poison dart frog was outstanding - such attention to detail - COMING SOON FOR ALL TO SEE!
Eva has made a fabulous start in the new ‘Fowls’ bubble – a bubble formed by children from the Foxes and Owls classes! She has put a great deal of effort into every activity and her learning is presented beautifully. I was incredibly impressed with your careful and accurate drawing in art, Eva – I almost mistook it for a photograph! Very well done for a fantastic first two weeks back in school!
George's fact file about Brazil, a country with a rainforest, absolutely bowled us over! High quality drawings and super facts make it a joy to behold - you can see for yourselves above!
Hunter has impressed us with his commitment to home learning; his work has been of a consistent high quality and carefully presented. We especially loved the video presentation about Australia!
Lucy has put a huge amount of effort into and shown incredible enthusiasm for all our remote learning, even completing some activities twice to perfect her activities! I have been very impressed with the time and care Lucy has taken to make sure that her learning is accurate and her work presented neatly. I loved listening to your description of your 'eatwell' plate in science, Lucy - very well done for all your hard work!
Hello, My name is Mrs McNerney and I am the Owls' class teacher. What a fabulous start to the Junior School all the children have made, especially having not been in school for a number of months!
There were lots of smiley faces and excited children on Tuesday morning, for the Year 3 transition day. Everyone was eager to catch up with their friends, talk about what they have been doing and look around their new school! Things must have gone really well because everyone came back to school on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday!
I am really excited to be teaching a full class again and look forward to getting to know all of the children over the coming year.
We have started reading 'Matilda' by Roald Dahl as our first class novel. We can't wait to find out how Matilda gets revenge on her mean parents, Mr and Mrs Wormwood!
We have finished (and enjoyed) 'Matilda' by Roald Dahl. Our next class book is 'The Worst Children' by David Walliams. I wonder if there will be anyone we know in this book?!
Today was Christmas dinner day - the Christmas preparations have started! After pulling crackers and telling (terrible) jokes to each other, we tucked into our dinner - turkey, roasties, stuffing, pigs in blankets, peas and carrots!!
Everyone looked fantastic in their pyjamas and Pudsey bear clothing today and nobody fell asleep! Thank you for the donations for Children in Need.
Today we have had our first violin lesson with Miss Jowett and Miss Barrett!