Information for week beginning 29th March 2021
Another week has flown by and we are about to begin our final week of the term. This week, half of our children enjoyed our Spring Walk to Kings Park but unfortunately the weather got the better of us and therefore, the second Half of children will be visiting Kings Park next week.
Next week, we will continue to work on subtraction. We will be using objects and pictorial images to subtract numbers within 20.
English through RE
We will continue to learn the story of Easter. Next week, we will be focussing on the second part of the Easter story. We will be creating Easter Gardens as part of our RE too.
We have finished our sounds that we learn during the EYFS year. This week we will revisit all the digraphs that we have learnt over the year.
Access all the Word walls by clicking the link below. Now that the children have returned to school, there is no need to record your child reading the words at home as we will check the word wall in school.
Each Friday, the children now enjoy a golf session with a professional golf coach who comes into school. Today, the children were continuing to learn the basics of how to hold a club and how to hit the ball.
A reminder that on Monday and Wednesday, we have parents evening so please sign up for a slot online. You will have received a parent mail about this.
Kit It Out Competition
Over lockdown, the children were given the opportunity to enter a competition to design a new kit for AFC Bournemouth. Bailey was one of 8 children picked out of 400 and won the school lots of sports equipment! Have a look at the video which is on afcb.co.uk. A huge well done to Bailey!
Some children have asked for milk this week but unfortunately are not on the milk register. If you would like your child to receive milk, please sign up for this on the website link below.
Below you can access a link to see our handwriting scheme and you can also access a link to the sound mat that we use for aiding writing in the classroom.
Enjoy your weekend everyone!
Mr Parsons, Mrs Allery and Mrs Lambon
Information on using Tapestry at home can be found below: