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Summer Term 

This half term our new topic is water.

Thank you for all the lovely talking home learning that we have received. This is proudly displayed in class.

  • Please remember that PE is still on a Tuesday morning we need a full kit including trainers in school everyday.
  • Library books are changed on a Tuesday please ensure these and the reading record is in your child's book bag; books will be collected in before the end of term. 
  • Home learning come out on a Friday and is due on a Wednesday please ensure that your child completes this to support learning undertaken in school. 
  • Phonics reading books and red words will be added to book bags please try to read with your child daily including the red words. 

 

 

 

 

Flubber soap slime

Willow class ducklings enjoyed a swim in the water tray today.

Willow Class finally have 6 ducklings. The last two hatched this morning at 10.10 and 11.20. All 6 ducklings are doing well and have gone home with Miss Kibble for the weekend.

Willow Class ducklings enjoyed exploring the carpet area and the children were amazing they showed all our Peartree values especially friendship and respect.

Willow Class ducklings enjoyed exploring the carpet area and the children were amazing they showed all our Peartree values especially friendship and respect.  1

Willow Class are proud to announce the arrival of 2 new ducklings hatched at 2.10 pm and 2.45 pm. Two further ducklings hatched over night.

Pekin duckling eggs have arrived 20.2.18 in Willow Class. Please keep an eye out for more information

Key information

  • PE is now on a Tuesday. Please ensure that they have their PE kit in school at all times.
  • Library books and reading records need to be in their book bags on a Tuesday to allow us to change them. 
  • Homework comes home on a Friday and is always due back the following Wednesday. Please support your child at home with this (but please remember it is their homework).

 

 

 

 

 

Shepreth Wildlife Park

 

Willow Class had a fantastic time at Shepreth Wildlife Park. All the teachers were very impressed with their behaviour and curiosity.  They listened well to the talk and answered questions regarding habitats and used information that they had learnt during this half terms topic. 

 

Shepreth Wildlife Park 5.2.18

Week beginning 11.12.17

 

The Christmas season is well and truly upon us.

 

The children are really excited to show off their hard work learning the songs for the Nativity on Tuesday and Wednesday.

 

This week the children will be really busy...

  • making and writing Christmas cards.
  • writing a list to Father Christmas.
  • will be learning the new phonics sounds th, z, ch, qu, x  and reading words including these sounds.

 

On Friday we are looking forward to our Christmas film with hot chocolate, marshmallows and gingerbread men biscuits.

 

 

Week beginning 13.11.17

 

This week is Anti-Bullying week and we will be completing a number of different activities.

  • learning how what we say and do effects other people (being a bucket filler not a bucket dipper)  

         (Have you filled a bucket today? by Carol McCloud and David Messing)

  • creating paper friends  and discussing who our friends are in class

  • learning about the Hand of 5 (people who we can talk to when we need help)

 

In Woodland School, we will be thinking about the birds in the wood and making bird feeders.

 

In PE, we will be learning how to carefully use apparatus; moving along the beams and learning to jump and land safely.

 

In maths, we will be learning to double and halve numbers.

 

 

Week beginning 20.11.17

 

This week the children will be learning the new phonics sounds f, e, l, h, sh and making words including these sounds.

 

We will be very busy and be completing activities such as...

  • exploring how letters are delivered
  • writing our own postcards
  • creating leaves for the up coming light festival
  • using the apparatus in the hall for PE

 

Last week we created a poppy wreath for Remembrance Day.

 

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