Just a reminder that there is a Doodle Maths parent information session on Thursday 13th December at 2.45pm.
Doodle Maths is replacing Mathletics and will be rolling out soon. It is a fun online maths resource that can be accessed both at home and school. Please come along!
Marley is a dream to have in class! She works so hard at all she does and is always willing to stretch herself in her learning. She is a fantastic role model to have and I really appreciate the effort she puts into all of her learning.
Well! I’ve had a hard time judging this competition as the children have all clearly loved writing in their books. I was going to choose one winner and one runner up, but in the end, I chose two winners and two runners up.
The winners are: Joseph H and Olive. Joseph wrote a fantastic superhero story with lots of exciting language in which really captured my attention and Olive wrote some interesting and very funny ideas in her book that made me laugh. Lovely work from both of them. The two runners up are: Jessica and Lilou. Both girls created excellent pieces of work. Jessica wrote many pages of her story and it was both exciting and involving. Lilou wrote and illustrated a brilliant story about bunnies!
Well done to those four and also well done to everyone else who wrote in their books. I enjoyed looking through them. I was a real pleasure!
I have been consistently impressed with Joseph H’s positive working attitude. He quietly gets on with his work and always tries to produce a good quality piece of work. This work on settings really exemplifies this. His attitude to school is inspirational. Keep it up, Joseph.
We have been thinking about the Great War in Nightingale Class and to commemorate the centenary of its end, we have made some clay poppies. Eva C., Rhodri and Luca worked really hard on their creations and have each made a beautiful sculpture. Well done, budding artists!