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Class 1

w/e 24th March

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The last couple of weeks have been extremely busy in Class 1; with a visit from Mr Bee of SWAMP Circus, who spent the morning with us performing and teaching us different circus tricks that we could perform in our circus role play.  He was impressed by how enthusiastic and polite all the children in our class were.  The children thoroughly enjoyed the whole experience and have already put into practise the new skills that they have learnt, in our big top tent in the classroom.

This week has begun with a visit from Mrs Martin, our wonderful storyteller, who comes in every other Monday.  The children listened to the story of _____________ and enjoyed singing different action songs and rhymes.

We have also been turning our fingers green by planting up the wellies in our outside area and watching the daffodils bloom in our tyre planters.  Beth Chapman, one of our lovely parents, has been working hard to plant trees and bulbs along the top fence on the school field and we have been lucky enough to help her with this.

20th - 24th February 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Class 1 have had a brilliant first week to begin the second half of the Spring term.  We have begun to look at our new topic of ‘The Circus’ with the children showering some brilliant ideas that they already have about the topic and also thinking of some interesting questions that they would like to find out the answers to.  

We are all looking forward to Swamp Circus coming into visit us on Monday 27th February.  We will be watching a performance and then learning some circus skills from the professionals. We will share photos of this experience next week on our page.

Please remember that your child needs to bring their reading folder with them each day, as we listen to the children read at different times during the week.  It is great to see  many parents recording when they hear their children read and commenting on the progress they are making.

Parent letter The Circus.doc