Please save an empty, clean 4 pint plastic milk bottle to bring in after half term, as we will be using them as plant containers.
More details to follow.
As the homework books were not sent home, due to the early school closure, we thought that we would inform you of the focus for the homework this week.
Mrs Ward and Mrs Jessop
As per the newsletter, the school will be taking part in the '100 Million Minutes Reading Challenge' which runs from the Thursday 1st March to the 29th March 2018. In conjunction with this, we would like the children to bring in a prop, which is linked to their favourite book, so that their classmates can try and guess which book the prop is from. The teachers will be doing this activity on the day before when they read with a class. It should be a fun activity to start us off.
There will be lots more fun reading activities across the three weeks.
Thank you for your continued support with the homework activities.
Mrs Ward and Mrs Jessop.
Intrahouse Cross Country – Friday 9th February 2018
The entire school ran a cross country course. It was certainly very muddy and the weather was a little unpredictable but the children ran extremely well despite this. We are extremely proud of the children’s efforts. The Infant Results are as follows: 1st Burrell, 2nd Cole, 3rd Ferguson and 4th Landon. The Overall Winner of the day was Ferguson. Well done to all who participated! J