Week beginning 20th March
It’s that time of the term where we need to look at how well the children are learning, so this weeks normal flow will be interrupted by assessments throughout the week, starting on Monday with an assessed piece of writing. This will be based upon our historical narrative learning from the last two weeks, where we found out about the life of Jim Jarvis, an orphaned child in Victorian times, a story that inspired Dr Barnardo to set up his children’s refuge.
Our English for the rest of the term changes direction again, where we will be looking at, writing and performing different forms of poetry. Maths this week looks at measures of length and mass and in DT, we need complete the design of our money and make a paper template before we can start making the following Monday.
Thank you for all that have offered to help, but there is always space for more, so if you are available on the mornings of 27th and 28th March you will be very welcome.
We have a visit from Kent Fire and Rescue on Thursday to remind the children about fire safety and on Friday, for Comic Relief, children are invited to have ‘Bad Hair’ and wear non uniform for a donation to this charity.
The swimming programme has now been completed, please see new photos on the gallery, so we will all be together again on a Friday afternoon, so a great opportunity for us to start practising for our Easter Service, which for Blue Class is at 9:30 on Friday 31st March.
Congratulations to Emma, who received our behaviour award last week.