Class News 23.2.24

We have really enjoyed our first week back after the break and have started looking at our new topic Spectacular Sahara see the knowledge organisers below for more information.

I English we have begun to research and plan our non-chronological report into the Bedouin Nomads a migratory tribe that live in the Sahara. In Maths we are continuing to develop our understanding of fractions looking at addition and subtraction of fractions below and above one. In science we have launched our new topic of life cycles with a study of Eugenie Clark ( a renowned marine biologist).

Please can we remind you that PE is on a Tuesday and a Thursday this term please come to school in your school PE kit and trainers. Home work will still be available every Thursday and is to be returned on the following Monday. Key dates to remember are Tuesday 5th March is the launch of World Book Week in school. There is a potato character competition again this year which will be judged on Thursday 7th March and our dress up day will be Friday 8th March, the theme is reading is magic!

Congratulations to Olivia in 2CR for her hard work in Maths with fractions.

Congratulations to Heidi in 2BV for outstanding effort in all areas of learning.

Congratulations to Layla in 2CR for being kind and helpful to others.

Congratulations to Amr in 2BV for always being kind and helpful to others.

Congratulations to all the children who got 10 out of 10 on their spellings this week!

Jacob Lexie Kiziah Charlie Muhammed Olivia D’Arcy Finn Zach Willow Ahmed Amina Gagendeep Heidi Cruz

Congratulations to all the children who got 12 out of 12 on their times table test this week.

Lily-Rose Leon Jacob Lexie Emmie Alice Layla Lilly Kiziah Daisy Oscar Ray Pearl Oliver Aaliyah Charlie Muhammed Olivia Amr Laila D’Arcy Finn Zach Willow Harry Ahmed Layla Belle Ava Scarlett Gagendeep Heidi Cruz

Happy Birthday to Oscar we hope you had a lovely day!

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