Parents are welcome to come watch the parade in the Hall at 9am. We have a lovely safe garden and plenty of toys and activities to keep the children happy and contented. Please date and complete homework in the yellow homework book by Wednesday. This week in Maths, we are putting our multiplication and division knowledge to the test. We paraded our beautiful outfits for the parents to see. We have been solving word problems that involve both multiplication and division.
In science, we learnt about what makes condensation happen and explained its part in the water cycle. And finally, in computing we have been creating prototypes or designs of our own electronic toys. Try to bring fruits in a combination of different colours as part of your five-a-day and our aim to ‘Eat a Rainbow’. Today we had fun practicing bandaging, using syringes and taking temperatures when Mrs O’Mahoney came in to tell us about her life as a nurse. Over the half term break, as a part of our topic on the Seaside, we would like you to help your child make a boat that will float. Send a Message to this Childminder. This week in maths, we have started statistics and looking at data.
We have been focusing on chronological order and making sure our reader clearly knows what to do. On Tuesday this week, we had an amazing treat. In English, we have written a letter as if we were evacuees in World War 2.
In English, we have been writing our very own travel brochures about Narnia!
We discovered that the Bible actually has 44 authors and we researched one of those authors, St Paul. We visited the green houses and looked at the orchid display. We use hi viz jackets for safety and promote safety awareness at all times. Thank you for all the reply slips; I am only waiting for one or two more. Todd, Elena and Annabel for being helpful. Thank you also for all the fantastic reading that has been done and has been signed off by parents. Reading each day forms part of your homework.
Friday 14th December is Christmas Jumper Day – come to school in your most festive attire and donations will be collected hhomework school in the morning for the charity Save the Children. Try to bring fruits in homeeork combination of different colours as petdrs of your five-a-day and our aim to ‘Eat a Rainbow’.
Throughout the day the children will visit different classrooms and teachers and travel the world. On Tuesday, we visited the beautiful Kew Gardens. If you don’t have an account then Register Free now. We also learnt about healthy eating and the main food groups.
Meyers Cup Trials are starting — there are many sessions so do not worry if you are not in the first group. Petdrs Benedetti is one of homewotk most sought-after violinists of her generation.
PE will be changed next week — it will be on Wednesday only. Today they created their labelled design and had a go creating flow charts of what they wanted to happen. We have been rewriting some friendly descriptions of Narnia to make them scary and ominous. Everyone has been imagining what life as an evacuee would be like and have written some fantastic work. This week we began with looking at food webs and if animals are herbivores, carnivores or omnivores.
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We also made a very tasty layered salad inspired by the hungry caterpillar’s munching. Try five minutes each day rather than a longer session once each week.
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We have been imagining all the fun winter activities you could do in Narnia, including some hoemwork ones. Details will be given out next week. We have been busy in English writing our reports on our own unique species of dragon.
I will let you know whose trial is when. However, everyone managed to finish creating their trucks and decorated them beautifully. Congratulations to our Pentecost Dash runners, we are very proud of all of you. We provide details of an after school club and work closely with other childminders who may be able to cover. Thank you all for your hard work this term. We found out we are conductors and passed an electric current round the class.