Remember to read every night
Reading records to be handed in every Thursday for checking next Reading Challenge Raffle draw will take place on Friday
PE is on a Tuesday, but please have your kits in every day
Welcome to Sapphire's Class Blog
Don't forget, KS2 Sports Day is Thursday 12th July
What Have We Been Up To?
English - In English this week, we have been doing some recount writing based on the Isle of Wight residential visit for those who came away; and for those who stayed here, they wrote about some of the activities they did based at school. We have also written a non-chronological report of our Felmore memories.
Maths - In Maths, the children answered questions on a maths trail outside in the playground. They then worked in groups to plan their own maths trail, based on different areas of maths. This has been published using computing skills and the children will work on solving other groups' trails next week.
PSHE - In PSHE we have started to think about transition to secondary school and the different emotions children may have about this and how they may change in September. We have also started to discuss how these emotions can be dealt with and different coping strategies.
Leavers' Assembly - This week, we have spent some time practicing the different scenes of the leavers' assembly and perfecting the singing!
Do you like our reading corner?
The children have been encouraged to write reviews of books which they have read so that they can be added to our display. Also, they are being challenged to write stories for our class book which other members of the class can read.
As part of Listen Up, we are reading The Midnight Gang by David Walliams and the children are loving what we have read so far!
As SATS are now over and the children have worked hard all year, there will not be any homework set this week.
The children have been given a username and password for Rockstar Times Tables which is something new for this year. This is a game where they can develop their accuracy and speed in recall of times tables facts. Each games lasts just one minute and the children earn gold coins each time they play which can eb used to improve their 'rock star' avatar!
Have a wonderful weekend and I look forward to seeing you all on Monday for the Isle of Wight!