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P1 Divine Dragonflies 15.11.19

We have had a busy week this week in Primary 1D.

Literacy

We have been learning:

  • Single sounds of the alphabet: this week we have focused on k, ck and j.
  • Tricky words: is and his.
  • We have all enjoyed watching Geraldine the Giraffe to help us learn our sounds – we find Geraldine really funny. You can find these clips on Youtube.
  • At writing we have focused on writing sentences using capital letter to start the sentence, finger spaces and full stops at the end of the sentences. Our focus this week was to write all about ourselves and the words we used for this were: I, am, have, name, like and to. We are writing short sentences. Mrs de Bonrostro is very proud of our efforts as we all worked very hard.
  • We have worked our reading book. We like to do our ‘faster fingers’ game where we have to find words in our book very fast before we have read the book for the first time and after.
  • We are working very hard in our handwriting. Every morning while everybody gets ready we do a ‘soft start’ getting our clipboards and working on our handwriting letter of the day (sometimes is two days).
  • We are doing dictation every week. We are getting better at this!

 

Home learning ideas:

  • Reading: work on the new sounds and tricky words provided on the blue cards. This should be for a maximum of 10 minutes per day. Please ensure you continue to do that as this is vital for your child’s reading progress. Please make sure you work on pure sounds when doing consonants and don’t add a vowel at the end e.g: ‘b’ not ‘be’ or ‘ba’ this difficults blending sounds correctly.
  • Reading book: read the book with your child. Use your reading caterpillars to work on comprehension and higher order thinking skills, copy the words from the book and ask your child to make sentences with them.
  • Read to your child books everyday and enjoy them.
  • This week we have played this game and the children are really enjoying it: http://www.literactive.com/Download/live.asp?swf=story_files/hanging_monkeys_US.swf
  • If your child is enjoying writing please don’t stop them to correct the letter formation as this will stop the flow and could put him/her off from writing (letters, stories, cards, etc). After he/she has finished you can remind them the formation if you wish.

 

Numeracy and Maths

 

  • This week we have started to work on symmetry .
  • We have work using different items and using a line of symmetry to create our symmetrical pictures. We also went outdoors to look for items that are symmetrical. Look at our creations!

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  • We have continued to work on addition using number lines, counting items, etc.IMG_3750

 

Home learning ideas:

 

  • Please continue to look at and discuss numbers in the environment with your child. On buses, cookers, door numbers etc. This will help us with our number recognition as we continue with our numeracy work.
  • We have been using this game to help us with addition:

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/mental-maths-train

  • You can practice addition by: rolling two dice and adding the result, playing snakes and ladders and ask your child to guess where they have to go , use cards ( each player has to show one and whoever guess the number gets the card, the winner is the player who gets more number of cards), etc

 

Other Areas

  • Assembly: This week we learned about Remembrance Day.
  • HWB: Our focus is ‘Be kind to others’. We are continuing to fill each other’s buckets!
  • P. E.Tuesday (throwing and catching skills). This week we loved our ‘hot potato’ game. Friday (fitness focus).
  • French: we have been learning numbers up to 10 at our sing time. We are getting used to say good morning in French every day.

Other Information

  • Home learning went home yesterday with our new sounds. Please continue to work on learning the sounds with your children. This should be for a maximum of 10 minutes per day.
  • On Mondays our new reading books go home in our purple folder. Please remember to bring it back to school every day so we can work in our reading. If a child does not bring the book on Monday another book will not be handed until the previous one has been returned.
  • If you have some spare time to come an help please let me know. I am also looking for a helper to do administrative jobs!
  • As Christmas is fast approaching, we are starting to collect items for our P1 hamper we are creating as a raffle prize for the Parent Council. The P1 hamper is going to have a Christmas theme so any donations relating to Christmas which could be added to our classes hamper would be greatly appreciated.
  • Thank you for your donations to Children in Need.
  • Christmas Fair on Saturday 30th November!
  • Thank you for your continued support in your child’s learning.

 

Have a wonderful weekend!

 

Mrs de Bonrostro

P1 Divine Dragonflies 8.11.19

We have had a busy week this week in Primary 1D

Literacy

We have been learning:

  • Single sounds of the alphabet: this week we have focused on l and c.
  • Tricky words: he and me.
  • To blend single sounds we know to help us read/write words.
  • This week at writing we created stories about what we could see from the top of our beanstalk. We focused on creating detailed pictures using only black pens afterwards and adult scribed the story for us. Some of us had a go at trying to write sentences and words from our story. Our main focus was to create a story.
  • At reading we have worked on our new books: reading the story, decoding words, discussing the books (using Higher Order Thinking questions) and choosing our favourite character from it. We drew pictures of them and we had to explain why we chose that character.
  • We always read the book in class before it goes home therefore your child will be familiar with the words. This does not mean that they can actually read the book.
  • We had a special focus on handwriting. The children might find this a bit tricky to start with but by practicing this skill they will be able to improve.
  • For the first time we have done dictation, only three words. The children loved it!

Home learning ideas:

  • Reading: work on the new sounds and tricky words provided on the blue cards. This should be for a maximum of 10 minutes per day.
  • Reading book: read the book with your child. Use your reading caterpillars to work on comprehension and higher order thinking skills. Copy the words from the book and ask your child to make sentences with them, play snap with the words ( add tricky words and  CVC words)
  • Read to your child books everyday and enjoy them.

 

Numeracy and Maths

  • We have continued to learn to recognise the mathematical signs for addition such as the plus/add and equals signs and have been encouraging the use of this language during our matching learning activities.
  • We have worked on addition within 10 (20 for some).
  • This week our focus has been on using a number line to add numbers up to 12.
  • We have continued to work on number bonds to ten.

Home learning ideas:

  • Please continue to look at and discuss numbers in the environment with your child. On buses, cookers, door numbers etc. This will help us with our number recognition as we continue with our numeracy work.
  • To be able to add we need to be confident when counting using one to one correspondence, please practice this at home: going up and down stairs, playing snakes and ladders, etc.
  • You could try this new game  at home to help your child with addition: https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/mental-maths-train

 

Other Areas

  • P. E: Tuesday (throwing and catching skills) and Friday (fitness focus)
  • Health and Wellbeing: We took part in the whole school assembly. This assembly was part of the our Building Resilience Programme. This unit’s title is ‘Be kind to others’. Mrs Conlin told us this story: ‘Have you filled a bucket today?’ (Please see link). This week we have been ‘catching’ children being kind to others and filling other people’s buckets.
  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3EuemNAo6XE
  • Drama: We acted the story of Jack and beanstalk.
  • Area: On Thursdays we use the shared play area. This week the creations were amazing: robots made of juck (thank you for your donations!), block play, etc. The boys had a fantastic time playing really nicely in the home corner.  We shared resources, we learned how to use a cellotape dispenser, we practice cutting skills , we investigated how to pump out water from a boat so it doesn’t sink, we looked after the babies, etc.

    Skills time: this week for the first time we have mixed with the P1 Butterflies and we had a lovely time in both classrooms.

Other Information

  • Home learning went home with our new sounds. Please continue to work on learning the sounds with your children. This should be for a maximum of 10 minutes per day
  • This Tuesday our new reading books went home in our purple folder. Please remember to bring it back to school every day so we can work in our reading. If a child does not bring the book on Monday another book will not be handed until the previous one has been returned. This also has an impact on other children as we rotate the books as several groups are working the same skills.
  • We are starting to introduce woodwork into our play area and we would be grateful if anyone would be able to donate some off cuttings of pine wood into school for us to use at this station.
  • As Christmas is fast approaching, we are starting to collect items for our P1 hamper we are creating as a raffle prize for the Parent Council. The P1 hamper is going to have a Christmas theme so any donations relating to Christmas which could be added to our classes hamper would be greatly appreciated.
  • A reminder that if your child is late he/she should be brought to the main school door rather than knocking on the class door. We send the register first thing in the morning and every child needs to be accounted for.
  • Thank you for your continued support in your child’s learning.

Have a wonderful weekend!

 

Mrs de Bonrostro

P1 Dragonflies 1st November 2019

It was lovely to see you all today. I hope you all enjoyed sharing the learning with your child.

Literacy

We have been learning:

  • Single sounds of the alphabet: this week we have focused on f, u, b.
  • Tricky words: I, the, to
  • We have all enjoyed watching Geraldine the Giraffe to help us learn our sounds – we find Geraldine really funny. You can find these clips on Youtube.
  • To blend single sounds we know to help us read/write words.
  • We have done our first piece of writing. We have described our friendly dragon. The children worked very hard in this first piece of formal writing. We looked at using capital letters at the beginning of the sentence, fingers spaces between words and full stops.
  • We took our first reading book home. We always read the book in class before it goes home therefore your child will be familiar with the words. This does not mean that they can actually read the book. Reading involves different skills such us prediction, comprehension, undersatnding, decoding, etc.

 

Home learning ideas:

  • Reading: work on the new sounds and tricky words provided on the blue cards. This should be for a maximum of 10 minutes per day.
  • Reading book: read the book with your child. Use your reading caterpillars to work on comprehension and higher order thinking skills. Copy the words from the book and ask your child to make sentences with them.
  • Read to your child books everyday and enjoy them.

 Numeracy and Maths

  • We have continued to learn to recognise the mathematical signs for addition such as the plus/add and equals signs and have been encouraging the use of this language during our matching learning activities.
  • We have worked on addition within 10 (20 for some).
  • We have worked on gaining confidence when adding numbers and we have used a timer to see if we can improve our adding skills.
  • We have continued to work on number bonds to ten.
  • We had a special focus on number formation (0 to 10). Please continue to reinforce this at home.

Home learning ideas:

  • Please continue to look at and discuss numbers in the environment with your child. On buses, cookers, door numbers etc. This will help us with our number recognition as we continue with our numeracy work.

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button We use this website in class for addition.

  • You can make a challenge like we have done in class with a few sums (within ten) and time your child. Using fingers is “allowed”. We have been working on keeping the biggest number on our head and count onwards the other number but we are still working on this skill.

 

Other Areas

  • P. E. Tuesday (throwing and catching skills). We missed PE on Friday due to the sharing the learning event.

Other Information

  • Home learning went home yesterday with our new sounds. Please continue to work on learning the sounds with your children. This should be for a maximum of 10 minutes per day
  • This Tuesday our reading books went home on our purple folder. Please remember to bring it back to school every day so we can work in our reading. If a child does not bring the book on Tuesday another book will not be handed until the previous one has been returned.
  • We are starting to introduce woodwork into our play area and we would be grateful if anyone would be able to donate some off cuttings of pine wood into school for us to use at this station.
  • The children have been busy building models and they are keen on building models using cardboard boxes and other items. Please could you send cardboard boxes, kitchen rol tubes, etc for this? Than you!
  • Thank you for your continued support in your child’s learning.

 

Have a wonderful weekend!

 

Mrs de Bonrostro

 

P1 Divine Dragonflies 25.10.2019

Welcome back! We hope you all had a lovely October break. We have had a busy few days getting back into the school routine and all children have settled in well.

This week we have been learning:

Literacy

  • Learning the single sounds of the alphabet. We reviewed a.ll the sounds previously learned
  • This week we have focused on g.
  • We have all enjoyed watching Geraldine the Giraffe to help us learn our sounds – we find Geraldine really funny. You can find these clips on Youtube. We have also used the actions and songs  from jolly phonics.
  • Blending single sounds we know to help us read/write words.

Home learning ideas

  • Your child has the new blue home learning sheet with the g sound. Please practice this and previous sounds and make new words, ask your child to make words too.
  • Remember to read with your child and discuss the book.
  • Encourage your child to look for the sounds he/she knows in packaging around the house.
  • Play I spy with my little eye.
  • One of the children told us that he played a fun game with his mum: mum hides the card sounds and he has to find them and tell mum which sound he has found. The child loved it and I did too! Please share your ideas with us!

Numeracy and Maths

  • Counting forwards and backwards from different starting points.
  • We focused on addition of numbers up to 10 this week. We have continue to work on number bonds to 10 (children know that “two parts make a whole”).
  • We have been learning to recognise the mathematical signs for addition such as the plus/add and equals signs and have been encouraging the use of this language during our matching learning activities.
  • We had a special focus on number formation (0 to 10). Please continue to reinforce this at home.
  • Please continue to look at and discuss numbers in the environment with your child. On buses, cookers, door numbers etc. This will help us with our number recognition as we continue with our numeracy work.

Home learning ideas

  • Practice number bonds to 10 using your fingers (or gloves!): give your child a number they have to show it to you with their fingers and guess how many other fingers they need to make ten.
  • As we mentioned we have use the word add and equal as well as the mathematical symbols for it. Ask your child about it: e,g two apples add three apples equals…
  • https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button ( addition within 10)

Other Areas

  • P.E. Friday P.E. (fitness focus) – running games and discussing the importance of keeping fit/staying healthy.
  • Music: We have continued our music session on Wednesday with all P1s, we loved singing with Mr Morrison (P1/2 student) as he plays the guitar for us.
  • Building Resilience: We are using the words ‘Big deal’/’Little deal’when an incident happens in the class to help us to resolve conflicts and to realise if it is something important or not. The children are great at talking about this.
  • Outdoor learning: Before going outside we read the story of ‘The leaf man’ and we created our own art work using leaves and other items from the playground. The children loved it. Look at their creations!
  • Other Information
  • Home learning went home today with our new sound. Please continue to work on learning the sounds with your children. This should be for a maximum of 10 minutes per day.
  • Please label all items we already have spare socks and shorts as lost property in the class.
  • We are starting to introduce woodwork into our play area and we would be grateful if anyone would be able to donate some off cuttings of pine wood into school for us to use at this station.
  • Friday 1st November: Drop in Session for parents 9.05am – 9.35am for Nursery – P2 and 8.55am – 9.25am for P3-P7
  • Thank you for your continued support in your child’s learning.

Have a lovely weekend!

Mrs de Bonrostro

 

P1 Divine Dragonflies 10.10.2019

This week we have been learning:

Literacy

  • Practising our listening and talking skills through sharing our Everywhere bear adventures. Billy, the Everywhere bear, has been in almost every house now! He has been very busy!
  • Exploring some single sounds of the alphabet. We have focused on d and g. We are now making words and finding words that start with a given sound. We love learning the actions for each sound and watching Geraldine the giraffe.
  • We have been making our own stories and asking adults to scribe them for us. We have fantastic story writers in our class!

Home learning ideas

  • To practice fine motor skills, use pegs, do and undo buttons, play with playdough, etc.
  • Make words using the sounds from the cards. As you have noticed they have different print as children should be exposed to different types of print.
  • Find words that start with a given sound (from the ones we have been working on).
  • Read a story with your child every day (if possible) and chat about the book.
  • We played this game in class:

 

Numeracy

  • This week we have been working on number bonds to 10 (some children have working on numbers to 20). We have explored how two numbers make a bigger number, we have focused on using two numbers to make number 10.
  • Exploring numbers to 10 with matching activities
  • Recognising numbers and dot patterns (to 10)
  • Exploring numbers to 10 (and beyond for some)
  • Sequencing numbers
  • Counting forwards and backwards from different starting points

Home learning ideas

  • Practice number formation numbers 0 to 10: you don’t need to use a pencil, you can use flour, water and a paint brush, make the number with chalk and your child can trace it over with a car, etc.
  • We have been playing this game in class: number bonds

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

 

Other Areas

  • P. E. – This week we have continued to practice changing for P.E. We are working on, catching /throwing and fitness skills. We have been checking our heart beats after doing exercise to see how it changes.
  • Topic: We have been reading different fairy tales and planned what we would like to do to help our friendly dragon. Looking forward to seeing all the work after the holidays!
  • French: We have learned the song Frere Jacques

 

 

Other Information

  • Please continue help your child to dress/undress independently, this will help with changing for P.E
  • It would be really helpful if all items of clothing could be labelled.
  • School home learning ideas
  •  Please continue to work on learning the sounds with your children. This should be for a maximum of 10 minutes per day.
  • After the holidays Mrs de Bonrostro will be in the classroom every day as she will step down as Acting Principal Teacher as Miss Martin, our Principal Teacher, is back from her Maternity leave. We would like to thank Mrs Ling for all her hard work. We will miss you!
  • Thank you for your continued support in your child’s learning.

We hope you all have a lovely break! Looking forward to seeing you on Wednesday 23rd October.

 

Mrs de Bonrostro and Mrs Ling

 

P1 Divine Dragonflies 4.10.19

This week we have been very busy. It has been lovely meeting all parents over the last two days and to have the opportunity to share your children’s learning, thank you for coming!

We have been working hard on all of our literacy and numeracy learning activities and we received a letter from ‘the Friendly Dragon’!

This week we have been learning:

Literacy

  • Practising our listening and talking skills as we continued to share our adventures with Billy, our Everywhere Bear
  • Answering and asking questions about our adventures with Billy and saying kind comments about others work
  • Learning the single sounds of the alphabet.
  • This week we have focused on e and h . We have all enjoyed watching Geraldine the Giraffe to help us learn our sounds – we find Geraldine really funny.
  • Blending single sounds we know to help us read/write words
  • We have started writing letters to the dragon.
  • This week we have been using pencil and black pens to draw stories. We have shared these amazing stories with Mrs de Bonrostro.

Home learning ideas

  • Letter/Sound hunt: Look in magazines, newspapers,  books, boxes of cereals etc. for the letters that we have been working on and read the words to your child.
  • If you have scrabble at home use the letters to make words.
  • We have played this game in the class:  http://www.ictgames.com/phonicsPop/index.html
  • Continue to practice your fine motor skills by using play dough, using cloth pegs, doing/undoing buttons, using scissors, etc.

 

Numeracy and Maths

  • Exploring numbers to 10/20/30 with matching activities.
  • Recognising numbers and dot patterns (to 10/20).
  • Sequencing numbers to 10/20/30.
  • Counting forwards and backwards from different starting points.
  • Exploring 3D shapes through play experiences.

Home learning ideas

 

Other Areas

  • P. E.  throwing and catching using an underarm throw,  running games and following instructions.
  • Topic (Fairyland)– This week we received a letter from the Friendly Dragon who said that his home, Fairyland, had disappeared. We talked about how we could help the Dragon by recreating Fairyland in our classroom.

 

Other Information

  • Please check the purple folders today. You should find a template for the Christmas cards. Please make sure they are back by Tuesday if you want to receive an order form.
  • Home learning went home last week with all of our new sounds –  h and e were included on that sheet so your child will not receive a new home learning sheet this week. Please continue to work on learning the sounds with your children. This should be for a maximum of 10 minutes per day.
  • Thank you for your continued support in your child’s learning.

Have a lovely weekend and I look forward to seeing you all on Monday for the final week of term!

Mrs de Bonrostro and Mrs Ling

P1 Divine Dragonflies 27.09.19

This week we have been learning:

Literacy

  • We have continued to practice our listening and talking skills through sharing our Everywhere bear adventures.
  • Exploring some single sounds of the alphabet. This week our focus have been the sounds m and n. We have started to make and  copy words using those sounds and the ones previously learned.
  • We have been working on initial sounds of words and some children have been working on blending and segmenting wordsWe have enjoyed using the magnetic letters to make words and counting the number of sounds that each word had.
  • We have been introduced to the Oxford Reading Tree character books: Kipper, Biff and Chip.

Home learning ideas

  • Please have a look at our website :  https://buckstoneprimary.com/home-learning/
  • Continue to practice fine motor skills. Remember that doing exercise outdoors will help my core muscles which will help to develop my fine motor skills.
  • Find words that start with a given sound (from the ones we have been working on).
  • Read a story with your child every day (if possible) and chat about the book. The more stories the better!
  • Practice the sounds we have been learning with the sound cards that you received yesterday in your purple folder.  As you can see there is a spare square please add the letter m.  Remember that the sounds we have covered until now are: s, a t, p, i, n, m and r only. You could play who finds the sound first, who can say more words starting with a given sound, make words with the sounds you have, etc. Please practice no more than 10 minutes a day!

Numeracy

  • This week we have been learning about 2D and 3D shapes. We have learned properties of 2D shapes (Circle, triangle, square, rectangle, pentagon, hexagon, octagon), we have done a shape hunt outdoors and we have done a class hunt for 3D objects: cube, pyramid, sphere, cuboid, cylinder and cone.
  • Our other main focus this week is number formation: we are focusing on numbers from 0 to 5.
  • We have explored, recognised and continued simple number patterns and  worked on finding missing numbers on a number line within the range 0 – 20
  • Exploring numbers to 10 with matching activities
  • Recognising numbers and dot patterns (to 10)
  • Exploring numbers to 10 (and beyond for some)
  • Sequencing numbers
  • Counting forwards and backwards from different starting points.

Home learning ideas

  • Please have a look at our website :  https://buckstoneprimary.com/home-learning/
  • Please continue to practice number formation numbers 0 to 5: you don’t need to use a pencil, you can use flour, water and a paint brush, make the number with chalk and your child can trace it over with a car, etc.
  • Play dominoes at home .

Other Areas

  • P. E. – This week we have continued to follow instructions. We are working on catching and throwing skills we have focused on under arm throws. Today we have as great time playing games with P1B.
  • Health and Well being –We have continued to learn about the SHANARRI wheel, this week our focus has been Nurtured.
  • Music: We have participated in our Magic of music work where we have focused on following the beat. Every Wednesday all P1 children join for a singing time together.
  • Skills: we have been using the shared area to work with all P1 children on: sharing and imaginative play, understanding the need for rules and fair play. We have been amazed by the fantastic constructions at the block play area.

 

Other Information

  • Parent Consultations next week.
  • It would be really helpful if all items of clothing could be labelled. This will help the teachers to find lost property and the children to identify their own clothes.
  • Please we would love to have: cardboard tubes from kitchen rolls, corks, lids from milk cartons, shells, cardboard boxes, big pieces of fabric and wool.

 

Thank you for your continued support in your child’s learning.

W.B. 9th September

This week we have been learning:

Literacy

  • Practising our listening and talking skills through sharing our Everywhere bear adventures.
  • We have been practising writing our name and making a list of items that Everywhere bear will take on his journey.
  • Exploring some single sounds of the alphabet. We have focused on s, a, t. p, i, n. However, the main focus this week has been sounds: t, p.
  • We have been making letters outdoors using different items.

Home learning ideas

  • To practice fine motor skills, use pegs, do and undo buttons, play with playdough, etc.
  • Find words that start with a given sound (from the ones we have been working on).
  • Read a story with your child every day (if possible) and chat about the book.

Numeracy

  • We have explored pattern: our focus has been to copy, continue and create simple patterns involving objects, shapes and numbers.
  • Exploring numbers to 10 with matching activities
  • Recognising numbers and dot patterns (to 10)
  • Exploring numbers to 10 (and beyond for some)
  • Sequencing numbers
  • Counting forwards and backwards from different starting points
  • Next week we will be moving onto: Explore, recognise and continue simple number patterns and to find missing numbers on a number line within the range 0 – 20.

Home learning ideas

  • Practice number formation numbers 0 to 10: you don’t need to use a pencil, you can use flour, water and a paint brush, make the number with chalk and your child can trace it over with a car, etc.
  • We have been playing this game in class:

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/ordering-and-sequencing/shape-patterns

 

Other Areas

  • E. – This week we have continued to practice changing for P.E. We are working on balancing, catching and throwing skills. We loved playing cats and mice!
  • Health and Wellbeing – We are working on ‘Look on the bright side of life’ following our Building resilience programme.
  • We had the opportunity to participate in the Magic of Music workshop on Friday.

 

 

Other Information

  • We will start sending the sound cards next week, please check your purple folders when they arrive home.
  • Please continue help your child to dress/undress independently, this will help with changing for P.E
  • It would be really helpful if all items of clothing could be labelled.
  • We politely ask you give your child water in their bottles.

 

Thank you for your continued support in your child’s learning.

 

Welcome

Dear Parents/ Carers,

 

Welcome to P1 Dragonflies!

You should be very proud of your children, they have been fantastic this week!

The children have been learning about all the class routines: getting ready for class, changing into indoor/outdoor shoes, getting the snacks from their bags and putting into their trays, hanging their coats, lunch time routines, outdoor learning rules, expectations in the class, etc. Lots of things to do in one week! They have become quicker and quicker at getting change and they are developing their skills to became more independent in selfcare routines. It would be great if your child can keep practicing at home doing zips, buttons, getting change and undress (we will start using our PE kit soon!).

We had fun listening to all children talking about their summer memory boxes. Thank you for all your work! It has been a fantastic opportunity to getting to know your child a little bit better.

We have also agreed our class charter, you will have the opportunity to see it on Meet the teacher Day (next Thursday).

As break only lasts 20 minutes please don’t give your child too many items to eat. Please remember to cut in half grapes and cherry tomatoes if your child brings them to school for lunch or snack. Not nuts/ nut products should be brought to school.

We are always looking for parent helpers so please get in touch if you would like to come and help in the school. Please note that this would be a chance for you to help at school and we cannot promise that you will be able to work with your own child.

We really hope that the first week at school has been a good experience for your child.

We are looking forward to meeting you all soon.

Have a fantastic weekend!

 

Mrs de Bonrostro and Mrs Ling

Reminders:

  • Monday 26th August Evening News Photograph.
  • Thursday 29th August Meet the teacher 3.15 to 3.45

Next week the school website will be closed due to re construction for a week.