A busy week has been had by all! The children have come back to school refreshed and excited for the term ahead. This week we have been counting on in maths to solve subtractions, finishing  our science fiction writing, starting a new topic in Science on plants and thinking about reconciliation in R.E.! Plus much more!

We have another busy week ahead of us…

-Ash Wednesday - we will be heading over to Church to receive the ashes as well as making our Lenten promises. This is a time when we can sacrifice something in our lives like Jesus did for us in the desert; and prepare ourselves for this period of reflection. We will also be making a class Lenten promise. I will share this with you next week.

-World Book Day - the children have come home with a blank book cover that is to be brought back in to school for World Book day with the following details: the name of the book that your child is taking inspiration from for their character; a picture/drawing of the character and a few sentences as to why your child has chosen that particular character. We are going to display these in school. We also have lots of exciting things planned for the day itself. I am very excited to see all of the fabulous costumes!

-Harry Potter evening - on Friday we are hosting a Harry Potter evening. Thank you to all who have purchased tickets. It promises to be a fun filled evening with some fabulous activities planned! I can’t wait!

Our award winners this week:

-Golden - Onalee

-Writing - Sienna

Your child has also brought home their mid term report this weekend. If you do have any questions or would like to discuss your child’s report then please feel free to speak to me at the end of the school day, or to call up and make an appointment to see me.

Please see the homework tab for details of this week’s homework. As well as this the children need to be reading daily. For every read they do at home they will earn a sticker for their bookmark, and for every bookmark completed the child will be entered in to a half termly draw to win a prize.

Miss Heim-Sarac

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AuthorCandice Heim-Sarac