Week beginning 15th October

This week’s shared text – I’ve been invited to a party by Mo Willems

This week we will (I have a feeling) fill the pasta jar and therefore be having a party to celebrate! This will be held on Wednesday during the day. The children haven’t decided what type of party they would like but they will decide what they would like to wear on Monday and we’ll let you know. Usually fancy dress! They will be playing party games, including pass the parcel and if you are able to pop in and see us celebrate, including taking a look at their work so far, we’d love to see you anytime from 2.50pm. We will also as a treat take part in some fun relaxation games with Danehills expert…Hellie and peaches the dog as well as making some treats for the party during the week. If you are very lucky they may make you something!

Homework mission

Homework mission

Family Photo
1. This week or over the half term please get your child to take a photograph of their family (or a family selfie). They can use a mobile, tablet, camera, whatever you have. Please print this out and bring it to school. We will be discussing what technology they took the photo with and will then display these in the classroom….for all to see!

2. This week we will be discussing how people celebrate a child’s birth including naming ceremonies and Christenings. If you have any photos or experiences like this, we’d love to hear about this too. We would like to put these into their topic books but I can photocopy any that are too special to stay here. I’m sure we will recognise them but please name them just in case! Thank you!

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7 thoughts on “Week beginning 15th October

  1. George loves all the home learning games, we have been working through the Maths ones recently, but he has asked if you could put the Geo bands and shapes boards back up again? I cant remember the correct name but I’m sure you know what I mean! Thanks

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  2. The site is fabulous, a great tool for us parents! Thank you for taking the time to update it and share the children’s learning experience with us…we especially love the OWL photos!

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  3. Brilliant! I am terrorising the boys at bedtime with my old Barnaby bear. He has a ‘Phil Mitchell’ voice and keeps saying he is going to get them! I can assure you the boys love it. I am now questioning my parenting skills 🙂

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