We hope you have all had a lovely half term break enjoying the glorious sunshine. Please remember to bring your sun hat and suncream to school as we have many outdoor activities planned. Keep a look out on the website for updates of all these activities.
If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact us.
Mrs Jacob and Mrs Gibb
Summer Term 2021
9.07.21 Science week. The children looked for evidence to see which of the dogs had stolen the bone from Mrs Gibb's cupboard.
Autumn Term 2020
We have been learning some dance moves in PE. The children have enjoyed freestyle to some Irish music!
Click on the link to see group 1:
Group 2 to follow...
I hope you have all had a wonderful summer holiday and are ready for an exciting new term. Mrs Gibb and myself were lucky to meet some of you last term but I'm sure you are all feeling like us at the moment, excited to be all back together again but a little worried too. Our Hawthorn bubble is going to be really special and we will all be there for each other to help get used to the new routines within school life.
To begin with, we will be recapping on many skills learnt in Chestnuts to consolidate those skills before moving on. Our priority is to ensure everyone is happy within school and ready to learn from all the fun activities we have planned for you this year.
We are looking forward to seeing all your smiling faces again on Monday 7th September at 8.35am, where you will be met by Mrs Perry, Miss Hutton and myself in the playground.
See you soon.
This is the last week of the Summer Term. What a lot of wonderful learning has been going on in the class and at home. Try to keep up your reading and phonics over the summer holiday. Phonics play is a good website to practice reading graphemes and for playing games to reinforce them to help you be more speedy with your reading.
Have lots of fun, take a look back over some of the activities from previous weeks, there are lots of suggestions if you get bored. I hope you all have a wonderful summer holiday and that I will see you some time in the Autumn term when I come in to help with reading.