Class news 21.4.23

Our first week back was certainly a busy one! We began our new topic ‘Rights & Respect’. This week we looked at children’s rights and why they are important. In english, we began to plan our description about a spooky woodland. We worked hard to use figurative language, particularly similes and personification. In maths we continued our work on fractions and some of us looked at length and how to measure. During our science lesson, we started our work on animals and humans, investigating food chains. We ended the week with some French, TTRS, spellings and art work!

A special mention to Zheer and Heidi who represented Newham Bridge at a table tennis tournament. Mrs Horvath and Mr Grierson were really impressed with their attitude and team spirit. Well done.

Have a lovely weekend and we’ll see you on Monday.


Well done to Emmie-Rose, who is our POW from 2SB. Emmie has worked really well in class this week.

In 2HH, our POW is, Gagandeep. Like Emmie, Gagandeep has worked hard in all lessons throughout the week. Well done.

Super Readers

Well done to the following children who have read at least 3 times this week.

Lily, Lexie, Rojin, Lilly, Kiziah, Zheer, Oliver and Charlie from 2SB.

Laila, Willow, Isabelle, Gagandeep, Muji, D’Arcy, Layla, Ava, Heidi and Cruz from 2HH.

Sound check Stars

The following children achieved a super 25/25 on their soundcheck today.

Lily, Jacob, Layla, Kiziah, Oscar, Oliver and Charlie in 2SB.

Laila, Willow, Isabelle, Heidi, Zach, Harry, Gagandeep and Muji from 2HH.

Super Spellers

Well done to our children who acheived 10/10 on our spelling test this week.

Leon, Lilly, Daisy and Charlie in 2SB.

Finnley, Willow, Scarlett, Gagandeep, Heidi and Zach in 2HH.

Well done everyone.

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