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Notices for this term: 

  • PE is on Wednesday and Friday. Please bring a full PE kit on both days. 

  • Reading Records are checked and used daily so please ensure they are in school. 

  • Children can change their reading book when needed. The book needs to be recorded in their reading record before changing.  

  • Spellings are given out and tested on Mondays.

  • We have limited spare lunches for children who forget their lunch. Please ensure you have booked a hot dinner or have your lunchbox with you when coming to school. 

Spring 1: 20/01/2023

We have had a fantastic week at school! 

In Science, we have been learning about Materials and their Properties. This week we got an urgent message from a girl called Grace who needed help. Her curtains were letting light shine through and she wasn't getting enough sleep.  We investigated which materials would be opaque, translucent or transparent for her. 

We concluded that the material that would be best would be a type of material that is as thick as the material that our jumpers are made from.  

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Spellings for this Week: 

wrap

wreck

knock

knight

knit

gnome

gnaw

sign

Bonus Words: gold, everybody

 

Orange Group: 

go
my
what
be
the
to

Bonus Words: Said, Me


Yellow Group: 

Small
Was
Said
What
Their 

Bonus Words: You, They

 

 

 

 

 

 


Water: Children are encouraged to bring in a bottle of water each day which they can access at any time. Please ensure your child’s name is on their bottle.



Snack: KS1 children are provided with a piece of fruit at playtime if they want it. The Snack Shack is on the playground every breaktime from Tuesday-Friday for children to purchase a snack and a drink. Prices range from 20p to £1. 


Reading: Year 2 children read to adults at school, in pairs or independently everyday. They are able to change their reading book on any day of the week. Please ensure that they have their reading folder, reading book and reading record with them everyday. Children on the phonics programme need to also read their phonics book daily. 

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