Mrs Evans, Mrs Dance, Mrs Hatton and Mrs Withers
PD - Physical Development: Mondays - Please bring in a full PE kit and leave in school until the end of the half term.
This Term's Topic: Under the Sea. If you have any books on this topic that you would be willing to send into school we would love to read them during 'Stop and Read' at 3pm each day.
Homework: Handed out each Friday and is due back in each Wednesday.
Reading: Please ensure your child brings their reading folder to school every day and aim to record at least four home reads in their reading record each week. Thank you.
Book Changes: Reading books are changed every Monday. We also visit the Library on Monday so please ensure all books are in school.
Forest: Fridays - Please bring Forest clothes including wellies in a named bag each Friday morning.
Parent Drop In: Remember you are very welcome to come into class every Tuesday at 3:05pm to look at your children's books and share their learning experiences with them. This is also a good time to talk to the class teacher.
School Trip: We have a proposed trip to Blue Planet Aquarium on Thursday 15th February. Please hand in your permission slip and money as soon as possible. We are getting very excited about being able to see sharks!
Secret/Surprise Readers: We are looking for adults who would like to read a story (of your choosing) to the class as a surprise visit one afternoon. If you would like to do this then please see the office.
Water bottles: Please ensure that your child has a named water bottle in school. Thank you.
Oak and Rowan Class enjoyed celebrating World Book Day on 1st March. Look at some of our wonderful costumes! Can you guess which character we are and which book we feature in?
Oak and Rowan Class enjoyed the Polar Explorer Day on Tuesday 6th February. We enjoyed learning about different animals that live in the polar regions and exploring clothes that people would wear to keep warm. Spencer looked very warm in his polar explorer coat outside in the snow!
"The polar bear has a thick fur coat so he keeps out the cold," said Emmie-Mae.
"The polar bears live on the ice and hunt for food," said Elijah.
"Penguins live in the water and the land, they get fish out of the water," said Olly.
Oak and Rowan Class enjoyed helping to raise money for the NSPCC during a special Number Day on Friday 2nd February. The children dressed up in number clothes and we realised that we wear numbers all the time; finding them on our labels and in our shoes! We enjoyed many activities including building a Numicon number school, hand painting and exploring counting in the forest using a tens frame. Come and see our display
Fun in the Forest
The children really enjoy our afternoons in the forest. Have a look for yourself! The children enjoy looking for minibeasts, discussing how the leaves are changing with the seasons, building dens, climbing, getting muddy and having fun with friends.