Welcome to our class
We’re fast-moving winners, independent and smart.
We believe in ourselves and go for it!
“Grab a chance and you won’t be sorry for a might-have-been.”
We Didn’t Mean To Go To Sea - Arthur Ransome
Homework is set on a Monday and is due in the following Monday. Children are expected to record their reading books in their homework diary and for this to be acknowledged weekly with a signature. We also ask children to practise their times tables and related number facts regularly.
PE days: Monday and Friday (Children wear their PE kits for the full school day)
Library day: Monday
Cheetahs have a a settled start to the new academic year. We have had fun getting to know each other as well as becoming familiar with our new rules and routines. With being the eldest children in the school comes lots of responsibility, we are looking forward to our Vice and House Captain speech house assemblies as well as our Pupil Voice Group elections.
We have started our new class novel in our English groups. We have chosen The Explorer by Katherine Rundel. The novel is about a group of children who become lost in the Amazon Jungle, we are intrigued to find out if they survive on their travels!
As we do every year, children in Cheetahs Class have worked hard preparing speeches for the class about why they should be elected for a role. We have carefully selected the following children to represent our class in the pupil voice groups:
We always welcome visitors into school so if you have any extpertise in the areas we are looking at and are willing to sahare these with the class please do not hesitate to contact you child's class teacher.
To celebrate European Languages Day, our French Ambassadors lead an activity. We had to have a go at reading 'Good Afternoon' in many languags from accross Europe - some of these were very tricky! Thank you to Miss Barrett and Mrs Gerry for helping us to celebrate this special day.