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Class news 27.1.23

This week 2HH began their swimming lessons. The children have worked hard every morning and really impressed all of their teachers. We’re sure they’ll need a well earned rest this weekend! Back at school 2SB have been busy with guided reading linked to our myth ‘Odysseus and the Cyclops’ and learning more about the Parthenon in DT ready to design and create our own next week. In maths, we’ve learnt more about shape and looked at formal written methods of multiplication. We found it tricky to begin with, but we persevered and by Friday we were using efficient methods to solve word problems. Well done. In english, we began to publish our diary entries after some super editing, involving peer and self assessments. It was lovely to see the children supporting each other to improve their work. We ended the week with our weekly sound check test, you can find our scores in our reading records, and a PE lesson focused on developing our team spirit in football.

Have a great weekend everyone. See you on Monday. Don’t forget, your homework is due on Tuesday 7th February. We can’t wait to see your creations.

POW

From 2SB, our POW is Daisy. Daisy has shown a great improvement in her atttitude and effort both in school and at home with reading and homework. Well done Daisy.

In 2HH, Zach is our POW. Zach has settled in to his new class and worked hard all week. Well done.

Star Readers

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

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

Aishah, Amr, D’Arcy Mai, Ahmed, Willow, Amina, Layla, Isabelle, Ava, Scarlett, Heidi and Cruz from 2HH.

Soundcheck Stars

The following children scored 25/25 on this week’s sound check. A fantastic achievement.

Lily, Lexie, Layla, Kiziah, Oscar, Ray, Oliver, Amr, Gagandeep, Heidi, Muji and Zach. Well done!

Remember you can login at home to TTRS and try to improve your scores.

Birthdays

We celebrated two birthdays in Y4 this week. Happy birthday to Rojin and Aaliyah. We hope you had a lovely birthday girls.

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