Watervole - Mrs Gurney and Mrs Mooney
Our marvellous magnetic games!
Green screen- amazing imagination and computer skills shown when we made sports commentaries using green screen and I-movie
Your child has come home today with a spelling test on the 200 high frequency words. The words highlighted in yellow were incorrect and will be tested again in the weeks to come. If you could please tackle a few a week to learn at home then that would be really helpful to their everyday spelling.
Thank you for my gifts and also thank you from Mrs Mcdonagh - we are both going to save them for Christmas Day. Thank you also for all of my lovely cards and other special gifts. Thank you for all of your support this term. I am so proud of Watervole and the wonderful class they are. Wishing you all a merry Christmas and a happy and healthy 2024. Mrs Gurney x
Thank you all so much for my beautiful, generous and thoughtful gift, it will be coming away with me on holiday. Have a brilliant Christmas and I’ll see you in the new year.
from Mrs Mooney x
We are so excited for the Christmas Nativity!
We won the Cut your Carbon Award! Well done Watervole!
Autumn Term Curriculum Overview
FOREST SCHOOL CLOTHING - here is a suggestion of what to wear for forest school sessions for the next 3 weeks as we have hit a cold spot.
During this time of year, your child needs to be prepared for a chilly and often wet session.
On forest school mornings each child should ideally be wearing ;
Vest or thermal top
Tights or thermal leggings
Long sleeved T-shirt top
Leggings/trousers (preferably a thicker type material for really cold weeks)
TOP LAYER – for really cold weeks
Thicker fleece /jacket
Waterproof trousers or dungaree trousers
Tights or socks – would advise two pairs of socks in the colder weeks, feet get cold in wellies, also ensure you have a suitable size that will fit two pairs of socks – if the boot is too tight it will also make the feet colder.
HEAD AND HANDS
Wool hat and scarf/snood