The last half of the summer term is now well on its way with lots of things to now complete and activities for us all to take part in. The topic this term is the " swinging sixties" and the children have already experienced the music from that era and have looked at some of the key people and events. This week we have been lokking at the first ever moon landing and the children have been fascinated and we will continue to look at this in Literacy. Open day is on Friday 30th June and the children are looking forward to showing their parents and carers around the school as well as their work and displays. we also have sports day and the family picnic to look forward to.
Thank you to all the parents who took time to practice the sounds and spellings that were sent home for half term. please continue with this practice as the more key words thatthey can read and write with ease will benefit them next year.
Just a few reminders. PE kit needs to be in school every day and must include appropriate footwear. Reading expectations are for every day and at the least three times per week. Reading records and books must be in school every day as we like to hear the children as often as possible in school. Please could you sign the reading records as we then know that the children have read at home and their books can be changed Homework is sent out on Thursday and returned on Tuesday.
Mrs Plester & Ms Fung