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A huge thank you to everyone who donated and brought money in for cakes.  We have raised a whopping £600 for Children in Need!

  Lunchtime V.I.P.'s

Congratulations to Isla and Finley for receiving this award.  As Mrs Charnock said in assembly, it is not just about how you eat your lunch, it is about using your manners, walking nicely to your place and eating your lunch with your knife and fork and playing nicely in the playground afterwards.  Well done you two. 

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Marco and Finley had a very exciting evening when they joined the rest of their 12th Ashton Cub pack to welcome Steve Bennett from Hyde based Starchaser.  Steve had brought along his Nova 2 Rocket as part of the opening celebrations of the Richmond Street Community Centre.  

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Superstar of the Week award 

 

Congratulations Marco.  I think it is fair to say that everyone tries really hard in lessons but sometimes someone goes that little bit further and that was Marco this week.  Well done Marco.

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Courtesy of the Week award

 

Harvey has impeccable manners and always uses them.  He is a shining example to everyone he meets.   Well done Harvey.

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Sporting Superstars

 

Today's sporting superstars are Sawyer and Ava who have been playing football and swimming respectively.  Well done you two.

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Children in Need

 

What better way to end the week than our own clothes and more cake!  The children dressed in their Pudsey/Blush finery today and will be enjoying an afternoon of Children in Need related activities.  Thank you again for all your wonderful cake donations.

 

 

Thank you all for your kind donations of cakes for the Children in Need stall today.  The children have bought a variety of cakes and the good news is that the stall is on again tomorrow. 

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Better late than never ...

 

We made it into the Reporter!  (Mrs Eastwood even got a promotion). 

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Simile Poems

 

Today the boys and girls have been writing simile poems in English.  Nora has loved all the work we have sent to her so far and I think she will enjoy these just as much! 

 

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Odd Socks for Anti-Bullying Week       

 

We are all against bullying at Aldwyn and to show our support the children have come to school in some fabulous odd socks!  Have a look.

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Remembrance Day - Visit to Ryecroft Park Memorial

 

Today the children visited the Memorial in Ryecroft Park to lay their poppies and pay their respects to our fallen heroes.  We also laid a purple wreath to remember the service animals.  

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   Sporting Superstar!

Well done Darcey for achieving your Level 3 Octopus swimming award this week.

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Handwriter of the Week award

 

Isla's has produced a beautiful piece of handwriting this week and it has earned her the handwriter of the week certificate.  It is tricky to remember all the elements which make up a fabulous piece of work (capital letters, finger spaces, full stops, and cursive script) but Isla has nailed it this week.  Well done! 

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Lunchtime V.I.P.'s

 

Congratulations to Phoebe and Sehar.  You have impressed the dinner ladies with your conduct in the hall and have been rewarded with your lunch on Top Table with Mrs Charnock.  Have a lovely time ladies.

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Better Reading Partnership Award

 

Congratulations ladies for completing our BRP programme.  This reading programme is a short, sharp 10 week boost which produces great results.  These ladies have worked really hard and should be rightly proud of themselves for all their hard work and the effort they have put in.

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Star and Courtesy of the Week

 

Congratulations to Finley and Laila who wanted their picture taken together this week.  Finley produced a fantastic piece of work which really impressed Mrs Parkes this week and Laila has been recognised for her kind and caring nature.  She is like a big sister! Thank you to both of you.

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     Happy Holidays

The children have worked incredibly hard this half term and certainly deserve this holiday.  Please have a wonderful break, keep safe and enjoy your trick or treating!  See you soon.

           Top Table V.I.P.'s            

 

Mrs Charnock will have a lovely treat today sharing her lunch with Isla and Leila.  Have a wonderful time ladies.

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Star of the Week 

Congratulations Elizabeth for showing us your fantastic attitude to your learning.

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  Courtesy of the Week 

Well done Jamie for earning this award.  Reading is really tricky and you have put lots of effort in.  Keep it up!

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  Spooky Halloween Disco

 

What a treat!  The PTA put on a wonderful spooky Halloween evening.  The boys and girls were dressed to the nines in their finest costumes last night for the Halloween disco.  We had werewolves, clowns, witches and even Frankenstein's monster!  There were treats and drinks aplenty and lots of dance moves were shown off on the floor. Thank you for all who attended and helped make the evening a great success.    

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 A beautiful day for a visit from the Mayor

We couldn't have asked for a more perfect start to our special day today.  The sun was shining and there wasn't a cloud in the sky.  The children were very excited awaiting their special visitor.  The Mayor was taken on a tour of the school, meeting as many children and visiting as many classrooms as he could.  Our children, as always, were a credit to us.  Impeccable manners and a wealth of knowledge about all our important school projects which kept the Mayor engrossed until it was time to visit the allotment. 

 

Our scarecrow, Sid, was a hit too!  We had lots of photos and then went inside for tea and cakes and a chat.  The Mayor was presented with his gifts and we asked if he would come back to our plant sale next year (he said he would)!  Thank you everyone for all your hard work and for making the day a great success.  

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Harvest Festival

 

This afternoon we celebrated with all our grown ups in the hall.  Harvest is a special time of year where we think about how grateful we are for all our crops and the food we have to eat.  The children sang their hearts out.  The food donated will be taken to the local food bank on Thursday by the junior children.  Thank you to everyone who contributed.

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Instructions - How to make your own pirate hat!

 

Nora was so impressed with all the different sets of instructions that we sent to her that she said we should share them with you.  The boys and girls recounted step by step how they had made their very own pirate hat and set them down in a set of instructions.  If you get bored over the holidays, why not have a go yourself.  Don't forget to say Aaarrrrr!

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Sid the Scarecrow

 

This afternoon, some of the KS1 and KS2 children got together for a little design and technology!  They put their heads together and built a fabulous scarecrow to watch over the allotment.  We might have to save adding the straw until he is outside (sorry Mr Hyde).  Welcome to Aldwyn Sid!

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A very important visitor!

 

Next Wednesday we are expecting a very important visitor! The Mayor will be paying our allotment a visit to see what has been planted and built so far.  After a tour of the school and the official opening of the allotment, we will treat him to a lovely morning tea of pastries and a pot of tea.  The gardeners and some of our KS2 children are also invited. 

Allotment News

This week school received its R.H.S. Schools Gardening Certificates Levels 1, 2 and 3.  The children have been working really hard with their planting, composting and building and have been recognised by the Royal Horticultural Society for their efforts.  So far they have planted onions, garlic, raspberries and strawberries.  They have also planted up over 100 bulbs which we hope to sell next spring to gain our Level 4 certificate.  Well done boys and girls it has been wonderful watching you work together as a team and hopefully, next summer, we will be even busier!

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Courtesy of the Week award   

 

Did you know that 2P has its very own ray of sunshine?  Well we do and she is called Isabelle!  Isabelle always has a ready smile and a kind word for her classmates and all her friends.  She has a caring soul and we love having her in our class.

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Star of the Week Award

 

Mrs Parkes cannot ask for more than 100% Isla and that is exactly what you have been giving her in your work.  Well done and a well deserved award. 

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Sporting Superstars 

We have two budding footballers from Brendon Bees this week who have been showing off their great skills and proving they are good team players.  In the meantime, Finley has been getting even better with his swimming.  Well done boys.  

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Handwriting Hero

Congratulations Alfie for producing this beautiful handwriting and winning the handwriting certificate this week.

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   Yo, Ho, Ho me hearties!

As we are learning about instructions, following them and how to write good ones for others, we have made a pirate hat to send to Nora.  Whilst making them however the children have been asked to think of the step by step process they have gone through so that they can write their instructions later on.  Which materials did they use? What did they do first, next, after that?  I hope you like our piratey Aaaarrrrrrr!!!!! faces!

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   Evaluation 

 

As with anything done for the first time, it is always best to reflect upon what went well and what was a total disaster!  We had great fun floating (or sinking) our pirate ships and the children learned a lot about which materials were the best to use to achieve their goal.  As some found out, cardboard is not the best material to use for the hull of a ship!

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Will our ships sink or float?  

 

The children followed their own brief and produced fabulous ships of all shapes and sizes.  Some had huge cargo holds for all the pirate booty  and some had on-board hot tubs for the weary pirates after a hard day of pillaging!  Would they float or sink to Davy Jones Locker?  Take a look to see who was successful. 

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  Happy Halloween crafts 

This afternoon the boys and girls have been indulging their spooky side by making things for Halloween.  Spider webs, floaty ghosts who pop up at the window and terrifying spider hats with lots of eyes.  We even had a visit from a zombie! A well deserved fun afternoon after a hard week at work.

 

 

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Sporting Superstars 

 

Congratulations to Mason, Kauthar and Ebonie for receiving their awards this week.  Mr Taylor was particularly impressed with Ebonie and Kauthar for their dodgeball skills while Mason has been swimming like a fish to achieve his awards.  Well done to all of you and thank you for sharing your achievements with us.

 

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 Star of the Week award 

Earlier this week the children designed their own pirate ship.  They discussed in depth the materials they would need to do the job.  Sticking to her design brief, Darcey brought in her equipment and built her ship yesterday and while we do not know yet whether it will float, all indications are that she has made wise choices!    

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   Handwriting Hero

 

Congratulations Inayah for achieving this certificate.  The reason your handwriting is so beautiful is because you always try your hardest and it shows!  Well done. 

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Courtesy of the Week award

 

Half the battle of achieving something is having the right attitude to the task.  If learning in school was easy we wouldn't need to attend but having a "can do" attitude to your work is a major stepping stone in helping you achieve your goals.  Well done Belle.

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Top Table V.I.P.'s

 

Charlie and Arthur tell me that they have been on the Top Table "loads of times" now.  Well there's really no secret.  Show your wonderful manners and educate the children around you about how to behave in the hall and you've cracked it!  Well done boys.  Enjoy yourselves.

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Design & Technology - Ship Building

 

This afternoon, the children used their very own ship designs to build their ship.  They brought in specific materials that they had planned to use earlier this week and put their ship building skills to the test.  It was definitely not as easy as we thought but great fun!  Will they float when we test them out next week?  Stay tuned ...

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Following Instructions - Imperative Verbs

 

Today the children were given a set of instructions for how to make their own pirate flag.  In English, the children have been learning about imperative verbs (bossy words) and where they are usually used.  Everyone did a great job of following their instructions and the flags look great!

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Budding ship builders

 

How would you go about building a pirate ship?  Which materials would you use?  Are they waterproof?  Are they strong enough to support all the cannons and pirate treasure you will be carrying?  These are some of the considerations the children have been thinking about this afternoon as they put pencil to paper to design their very own pirate ship.  A lot of thought has gone into the kinds of materials we will be using when we put our plans into action and actually build our ships later this week.  

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 Wild Bird Feeders

 

In golden time this afternoon, the children have been making bird feeders for our allotment. 

We have been stabbing sunflower seeds into the juicy apples to entice the birds onto our playground.  

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In Topic this week ...

 

We have been looking at pirate ships.  A favourite ship with pirates was a Sloop. It was one of the fastest most feared ships on the open sea.  The children have been researching the size and capacity of the ship from its ability to carry many guns and a large crew to how much treasure it could hold.

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What should we take to Bounty Island?

 

It's all very well running off to become a valuable member of a pirate crew but then comes the decision of what to take with you.  This week the children have been debating just that.  Would you take a beloved pet?  Your favourite pillow?  Mum and dad?  Your horrible brother/sister and throw them in the brig?  So many questions!  

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        Habitat heaven!

 

This week we have had to take advantage of the better weather days to get into our garden area.  While some of the children have been busy planting bulbs, some boys and girls got stuck into building a habitat heap for our wildlife.  We used logs, sticks, branches, dried leaves and grass to create a mound which will hopefully attract creatures such as hedgehogs and frogs. 

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 Star of the Week Award

What can we say about this young man.  He is a shining example of everything we hold dear here at Aldwyn.  Whilst playing football earlier this week, Sawyer's team were easily winning their match due in part to the many goals he was scoring.  Without being asked to, he removed his bib, joined the other team, and scored a few for them as well!  He is kind and generous and we are very lucky to have him in our class.  Thank you Sawyer for showing everyone at Aldwyn your kindness.

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Top Table V.I.P.'s

 

Congratulations to Olly and Alfie for gaining a coveted seat with Mrs Charnock at lunchtime on Top Table.  Well done boys.  

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Space Race Reading Challenge

 

Finley has been very busy taking part in the Space Race reading challenge at the library.  The challenge was to encourage all children to read six books over the summer period.  The library is a wonderful place to visit with a great variety of texts from fantasy and magic to fish and World War II.  They have something for everyone and of course its free!  This is a wonderful opportunity to spend some quality time using all the skills learned during reading sessions at school. 

Well done Finley. 

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Courtesy of the Week Award

 

Congratulations Finley for receiving this award this week.  You always display impeccable manners and are kind and courteous to everyone in school.  Well done Finley.

 

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Handwriting Hero

 

Congratulations Belle for gaining the class handwriting certificate.  Mrs Parkes loves full stops and capital letters! 

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Sports superstars!

 

Well done Olly, Tilly and Arthur for gaining your certificates this week.   Olly has been our footballing superstar, Tilly has been dodgeballing with Mr Taylor and Arthur has been working hard at his swimming.  

 

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Beautiful flowers   

To ensure we have some colour to cheer us up at the beginning of next year, the children have planted Hyacinth, Daffodil and Tulip bulbs in individual pots which we are hoping to sell next year.  

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Life on the ocean waves

 

Nora has become a firm friend and as such has offered to take on one or two of our children to work on her ship!  We have proved most useful and to show her appreciation she has asked the children to write to her telling her how we would be indispensable as her crew.  Can you swim fast? Are you a crack shot with a pistol? Perhaps you're a wonderful cook?  Read our resumes and see for yourself.  

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 Planting for next year  

Children from years 1 and 2 have been busy planting garlic and onions for next year.  A selection of children from each of the classes came to help plant up two of our raised beds.  We just have to hope the birds don't spot the onion stalks!

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Courtesy of the Week award

 

We always promote kindness and caring at Aldwyn and this shows through all our children. This makes it especially hard to think of one particular individual but Isla is definitely a poster girl for this award.  She is always kind and takes care of her friends and classmates.  Thank you Isla.

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 Sporting Superstars 

 

We have had lots of certificates and medals this week.  Arthur has had a busy time at football, Isla has been swimming, receiving awards at Rainbows and winning medals with Mr Taylor for dodgeball while Muhammed-Ali has been busy in the pool!  Gosh I'm surprised you all have time for school!  Well done everyone.  

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Star of the Week award 

Congratulations Charlie.  Mrs Parkes has been very impressed with your dedication to your work and your contribution to class discussions.  Keep up the good work.

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Laila has worked very hard for her Rainbows award and is rightly very proud.  Well done Laila!

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Lunchtime V.I.P.'s

 

Congratulations ladies.  We know you will have a lovely lunchtime with Mrs Charnock.  Thank you for showing the rest of the children what is expected of them in the lunch hall.

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Do you know what a pirate ship is made up of?

 

Although she is a very busy girl, Nora has written to the children to ask if they could assist her with her pirate crew.  She has asked the children if they could label the different parts of the ship.  Take a look and see how many you could have named without our help. 

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Book review

 

Who can resist writing a book review when a fabulous new book arrives especially if its from a pirate!  Have a read of ours and see if you think you would enjoy it too. 

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Nora the Cabin Girl sends us a present

 

Nora was so grateful to the children for finding her missing key and for all the wonderful pictures and letters that they sent to her, that she has sent us a present!  A beautiful book. 

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       Our green fingered gardeners!

 

As well as all the other activities going on on Friday, we also had a bug house making table.  Earlier in the week Mrs Thomas and Mrs Eastwood made the beginnings of a bug hotel in our new garden area.  The only problem with the hotel?  There are no hotel rooms!          

The children got to work making individual rooms for our over-wintering bugs.  We used pine cones, larch cones, leaves and lots of twigs for them to hopefully be "as snug as a bug" in.  The children were fantastic and really enthusiastic about their creations.  Initially we were going to make the outside of the rooms from used plastic bottles to make them waterproof but the children did not like the idea of using plastic (even though it was being re-used) so instead we went with rolled up cardboard.  They look amazing.  Well done everyone.  

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  Friday afternoon Golden Time 

 

After a week of working really hard, the children are rewarded with Golden Time.  We like to set up activities for the children to do as well as free choice.  This Friday we had a pumpkin making table, a pirate map making table and a painting table where the children could make a hedgehog or a

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Birthday congratulations! 

 

 

Many happy returns to Kehara.  We all wish you a very happy birthday.  

Lunchtime V.I.P.'s

 

Congratulations ladies for achieving this award this week.  Top Table is a real treat and has to be earned.  Have a wonderful time with Mrs Charnock.

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Sporting Super Star

 

This week's sporting personality is Finley who gained his medal for determination and hard work!  Well done Finley

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Courtesy of the Week award

 

Many congratulations to Ava for winning this award.  She is such a kind, caring and considerate little girl who is always ready to lend a hand.  Keep it up Ava.

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Top Table V.I.P.'s

 

Well done Jamie and Zayn for earning this award.  As top infants, we expect you to show the younger children how to use our lunch hall respectfully, using your manners and making sure you eat your lunch sensibly.  You have obviously been doing all of these things as you have been chosen this week to have your lunch with Mrs Charnock.  Well done and enjoy!

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Star of the Week award

 

Congratulations Kehara on receiving this award.  You are always enthusiastic and listen to instructions when Mrs Parkes is teaching.  Your work is wonderful, well done.

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      Courtesy of the Week Award

Congratulations Mason on winning Courtesy of the Week this week.  You really are a ray of sunshine in our class and always use your wonderful manners.  You are kind and caring and we are so lucky to have you as a classmate!

 

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What does Nora look like?      

 

What does a pirate girl look like?  This was the question the children were asking themselves today.  What would she wear?  Would she carry weapons?  An eye patch perhaps?  The children came up with some great ideas and drew their version of Nora in their books.

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    Writing to a pirate 

 

This week the class wrote letters to Nora the Cabin Girl to ask her some questions.  The children wanted to know if Nora was a pirate.  How did she get into our classroom?  Why did she hide her key in our pirate ship?  What does the key open?  So many wonderful questions.  

 

An exciting find!

 

Today, after assembly, we came back into our classroom and discovered a note.  It appears that someone called Nora, the Cabin Girl has lost a very important key.  Wanting to help, the children searched the classroom and Ava found the key in our pirate ship.  The children have made their own poster to let Nora know and ask if this is her key.  Please see some of our posters below.  We will keep you informed of further developments!

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Just a little housekeeping ....

 

P.E. - Please ensure that your child has a full P.E. kit of pumps, top and shorts clearly labelled.  P.E. will be on Wednesday.   This half term we have a very special treat as the  Manchester United coaches are coming in to teach us ball skills and play matches with us! 

 

Library  - We will visit the library on Wednesday afternoon.

 

Homework - Homework will be given out every Thursday/Friday and will be collected in the following Thursday morning. 

 

Ambassadors 

 

This morning the class voted on who they would like to represent them at various meetings on the topics of Pupil Voice, Sports and Health.  These positions hold various responsibilities and the children have chosen the people they feel will best serve our class.  Congratulations to our new Ambassadors.

 

Arthur and Ebonie - Pupil Voice

Kauthar - Sports Ambassador

Jamie - Health Ambassador

 

    Sports Certificates  

Congratulations Tilly on not just one sporting achievement, but two!  Tilly has been busy getting her mermaid swimming certificate on holiday and then her dancing certificate at home.  Thank you for bringing them in for us all to see.

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Happy Birthday!

We all wish you a very happy birthday Elizabeth.  Hope you have a wonderful day.

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   Top Table V.I.P.'s

Congratulations to Mason and Sawyer for showing all our other children how to behave in the dining hall, using your wonderful manners and sitting beautifully whilst eating your lunch.  Well done boys.

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Hello and welcome to Year 2! 

Welcome back to school everyone.  We hope you have had a wonderful, restful summer and are refreshed and ready to learn.

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