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Weekly News 6th March 2020

Miss Mandelson and Mrs Clegg - 06 Mar 2020

Spring has Sprung!
As we move into March, it is lovely to see some sunshine even though it is still a bit nippy!  It was quite quiet in school at the beginning of the week with quite a few of the Panthers away at Carlton Lodge, along with Mrs Millions who had gone along to help.  The Tigers made the most of this to work hard to use their editing and then publishing skills to produce the final copies of their sequels to Rapunzel.  The KS1 children have created some beautifully illustrated books and the Reception children have each written a series of sentences to produce a story with a clear beginning, middle and end.  Miss Mandelson was also very proud of how independent and patient the children were in the absence of a teaching assistant.  All children rose to the challenge of working without the usual extra pair of hands. 

In Mathematics this week, the children have continued to develop their understanding of division, focusing on dividing by 2 and relating this to halving.  The Reception children have been busy exploring number bonds of 5 through the rhyme 'Five Little Speckled Frogs' and are beginning to develop different ways of recording what they have found out.  Well done, Bibi, who has been spotting patterns to help her with this.
The children might mention to you that we have been talking a lot about feelings and emotions this week.  This is part of our whole-school work on 'The Zones of Regulation' - a programme which helps us to manage our feelings and get ourselves to a healthy place to be and ready to learn.  This comes naturally for some of us but for others it is a skill that needs to be taught and practised.  Whilst this work focuses on looking after our mental health, we have also been talking about other health matters as we have reminded the children about the importance of good hygiene in line with government guidelines.  Without specifically mentioning CV, we have recapped the 'Catch it, bin it, kill it' message and talked about the importance of washing our hands regularly (whilst singing 'happy birthday!).  Many thanks to all parents who have contributed boxes of tissues and baby wipes this week.

It was lovely to see all the children enjoying World Book Day and celebrating it in style.  Well done to Daisy who decided to enter her fairy into a competition at The Little Ripon Bookshop.  This was a project she had started in the 'make and do' area at school and then taken home to finish.  Good luck, Daisy - we think your fairy is great!
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