This week we have been extra busy as we have had scooter training in class 2 and an afternoon shared with class 1 where we carried out a Draw with Rob activity and made mice rockets! Everyone who took part in the scooter training was so polite and well-behaved and the instructor commented on what a credit the pupils were to the school. Certificates will be given out this week coming. In English we have been writing persuasive letters based on the book ‘The Day the Crayons Quit’ and I was so impressed with the range of persuasive devices that the children used in their writing and how they are persevering with their presentation. This week several children in the class started to use a joined-up handwriting script instead of printing and I am sure more will be joining them soon. We have also continued our work on the early days of flight, focussing on a timeline showing the chronology of air travel. In science, the children were working on solving riddles relating to different types of materials and in indoor PE the whole class started work on performing dance sequences relating to the Chinese New Year. They will continue to work on these this week. I am also hoping that this week we will get the opportunity to try out the new Chrome Books that have been provided by funding through parents , the community and the PTFA, We are all excited to have this new technology at our fingertips.
Below is this week’s spelling list focussing on ‘le’ at the end of words and an English task relating to adjectives. templates can be found on the class Seesaw account.
Please continue with the whole school reading challenge to read at least three times during the week and get adult signatures each time in your reading log.