A frosty start to the half term… but a warm welcome back!
Our focus value for our Collective Worship this half term is Peace and our Keeping Children Safe in School theme is Keeping Safe on the Road. Winter is l’hiver in French! Have you booked up for the Parents Evening yet?
As a school we support Samaritan’s Purse: Operation Christmas Child Shoebox Appeal. The children watched an assembly today about all the good work this charity does and how we can get involved. Decorated and filled boxes should be returned to school on this week (along with a suggested £5 donation which covers essential costs and shipping). https://www.samaritans-purse.org.uk/what-we-do/operation-christmas-child/
Kagera Day – We are having a day to celebrate the Kagera Africa Project on Thursday 01 November in school, as part of the school link to the diocese. The children will be enjoying a day of learning about food, education, music, art and dance from Kagera, plus a few words of Swahili. You are warmly invited to join us for an assembly at 2:45. Look on the website for more details. www.cofesuffolk.org/go/kagera
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Achievement Awards for 29.10.18:
Rabbits – For working really hard in her phonics on blending phonemes (sounds)
Squirrels – For following a clear structure when writing a poem in her English lesson
Badgers – For his writing an excellent recount using time conjunctions
Owls – For her excellent perseverance in maths.This week the Rabbits are reading the Three Little Pigs as part of our new topic based on Traditional Tales.
In the Squirrels class we are reading Room on a Broom.
Badger class are creating out about writing newspaper reports based on our story escaping from Pompeii.
Owls will be continuing our work on written calculations and testing friction in science..