On Friday 12th April (the last day of term), all classes will be performing The Stations of the Cross as part of the school's Holy Week celebrations. Could you please send a lavalava or something similar in with your child for their costume for this on or before Wednesday 10th April?
I want to say a big thank you to all the parents from A6. You all made time to come along to the Student Led Conferences and it was great to have a chance to meet you properly and talk about your child's learning.
Thanks to the all of the A6 children as well for talking about your learning so well. That can be quite hard to do but it will get easier every time you do it.
It's been great to meet you all properly, especially after we missed the chance at the Meet and Greet session. I hope to see you all again soon and, in the meantime, you know where I am.
Student Led Conferences are taking place on Wednesday and Thursday afternoon and evening
(27th & 28th March). If you haven't already done it please make an appointment via the website link on the letter your child (or the oldest sibling) was given last week.
If you need the link again please ask Miss Gill or the office,
The children in A6 are excited about showing you their learning and I am really keen to sit down and meet with you properly, especially after I missed the Greet the Teacher session.
If you have time, a little bit of practice every day will really help the children of A6 to make great progress.
Children who have the yellow butterfly cards should practice saying the letter and the sound for each of the letters on the card. There is a small picture to help with this, eg b is the letter b it sounds like 'b' for butterfly.
They can also state as many other things as possible that start with that letter and sound.
Playing 'I spy with my little eye, something beginning with ....' is also great practice.
They can also practice writing the letter. State the letter, state the sound, name something that begins with it then write it.
As well as practising the spellings as suggested on the spellings page, the children can practise making sentences (spoken first then in writing) to use the words in context.
In maths we are looking at all of the pairs of numbers that make 5 then 10. We are also looking at doubles of numbers to 10 and add…
Please practise your spellings each day. Look carefully at them, write them out, check them and repeat that. Spell the words out and also ask your family to test you on them. You can't learn spellings without practice.
Spellings 5 Group 1 – You have 4 spellings. They are high frequency sight words. I is it in Group 2 – You have 8 spellings. They are all past
tense verbs. went came said did played saw ran drank
These are your spellings for the week. You will be tested on Friday 15th March. Practise your spellings every day. Write them out as many times as you can. Ask someone to test you. Write them out some more. These are important words that you need to learn for reading and writing.
Make sure you bring your poem and spellings book to school each day.
Here are your spellings for this week. Remember you have different lists. Check the list in your green poem and spellings book. Make sure that you bring that book to school and take it home every day. Keep it in your bag then you will always have it with you.
Spellings 3 is an my he