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Week Commencing 7th June

11 Jun 2021

We hope you all had a lovely half term break, it was certainly a lovely treat to have the weather on our side during the school holidays and it has continued on our return to school. With this in mind, please can you ensure that your child has got a sun hat and a bottle of water each day and they have suncream on as we will definitely take advantage of the weather and take our learning outside where possible. 

On Tuesday we had our TT Rockstars day - an article will be added to the news pages soon so keep a look out for videos and photos from the day. It really was a fantastic day and the children had a lot of fun - they looked amazing too in their robot and rock star costumes! All children have a log in for TT Rockstars and the Panthers can also use this to log into Numbots too if they feel they want to brush up on their number bonds and addition and subtraction facts. We would be grateful if you could really encourage your child to log on several times a week and spend just 10 minutes practicing - this is invaluable to them as they move further up the school and we will be celebrating those children who really go the extra mile. 

In Maths this week we brought our work on fractions to an end. The children looked at fractions of amounts again on Monday and really mastered this. We then moved on to decimals on Wednesday. The children have MyMaths homework set this week on decimals. 

We started our new History topic on Monday looking at some pictures to give us clues about what we thought our topic might be and listening to Neville Chamberlain declaring war. The children were great historians really thinking about what the sources of evidence told us and are excited to find out more. 

We have thought about how characters' feel in our Guided Reading sessions this week and have done some great writing, Have a look at some of our children who were shining like stars:



 
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In English, we have finished our unit based on the narrative poem 'The Highwayman' by Alfred Noyes.  The children have really impressed me with their understanding of how this poem is structured using imagery and repeated refrains.  Next week we will be doing some independent writing based on everything we have learned.  In the meantime, please enjoy reading some examples of the last two stanzas written this week.

 
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