Well done to all of the children who took part in the tri-golf. They had a fantastic day and won an award for team work and co-operation!
In English this week the children have been learning about riddles. Here is a great video to watch…https://www.bbc.com/bitesize/articles/z84p97h The children have all worked really hard to write their own riddles and we have been amazed at their creativity! Here’s a fun game you can play at home…https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/curations/bp-radzi-riddles-and-quizzes
Here are some mini riddles for you to try…
What has hands but doesn’t clap?
What has to be broken before you can use it?
Thank you to everyone who was able to make it to our final maths event- what a shame about the weather! We appreciate all of your feedback you have given.
In maths this week the children have been recapping and exploring positional and directional language. They have been using maps and bee-bots to give directions. The key language they have learnt this week is…
Mrs Ellis has £1. She goes to the shop and buys a lolly for 15p and a banana for 17p. How much does she spend altogether and how much change does she get?
Don’t forget to write it in into the Home Learning book and bring it in to show us!
This weeks words are…
Please remember that all children are taking part in different enrichment activities over the next few weeks. All children were given options and we have tried our best to make sure everyone takes part in one of their choices. Please send forms back ASAP.
**THIS FRIDAY** Sing Up – Friday 14th June (letters have been sent home)
Airport visit – Wednesday 19th June (letters have been sent home)
Norfolk Show Dance – Thursday 27th June (letters have been sent home)
Science Day – Tuesday 2nd July (letters have been sent home)
End of year show – Wednesday 10th July (RE parents) and Thursday 11th July (JW parents)
Summer Fair – Friday 12th July
Sports week – Monday 15th July (all week)
Sports Day & Family Picnic – Friday 19th July
Last day of term – Wednesday 24th July