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Weekly Newsletter – Friday 3rdrd April

Hi everyone,


I hope you have had another fun and productive week. Thank you to those children who have sent some photos or work that they have been doing at home as myself, Mrs Marsden and Mrs Exley love to see what you have been up to. Many of the other staff love to look at the photos as well to see what you have been doing – I know Mrs Kaye is one person who has had a peek! Please could you all ty to send something you have been doing for next week, it doesn’t have to be a piece of work set but just something you have done.


My family have been busy this week. We have joined in with Joe Wicks every day this week, although some days I have been more active than others! We have baked cakes and Oliver has been having fun doing the Lego challenge! We have also been joining in with the Taskmaster home challenges. We have been practicing our spellings and reading everyday (we are reading Sea Quest books at the moment) and practicing our maths on TT rockstars, daily 10 and the Whiterose maths site. We have also been following the Young Voices page on facebook, which have activities to join in with. I have also booked our school a space at Young Voices for next January for those that would like to join in and I am really looking forward to that!


Mrs Exley has been having a busy couple of weeks too. It was Caitlin’s (her daughter) birthday so they all went in the hot tub to celebrate. She has also been busy walking Milly the dog. Mrs Marsden has also been getting creative as her and Freddie have been painting rainbows and putting them up in the window. They have been making models out of playdough and Freddie has made a snake, a worm and a car so far!


I have been looking at who has been on Bug Club over the last two weeks and I would like to say well done to the 12 children who have been on. Could we all try to have a go reading a book on Bug Club sometime over the next week? If you are unsure of your password, just email and I will send a reminder.  Maybe you could take a picture of yourself reading and we could put it on the website?

Next week it is the Easter holidays so I think you all deserve a break. There won’t be formal activities but some Easter themed things to do. If you want to do more, there are lots of on line activities and links to websites. As a class, let’s have an Easter Egg competition – who can design and decorate the best boiled Easter egg. Could you think of a theme? Please send in some photos.



Take care and have fun.

Mrs Salter

Weekly Newsletter – Friday 27thth March


Hi everyone,

We hope you have had a good first week at home? We have put lots of activities for you to do on the website. Please don’t feel you have to do them all! There are a mixture of things so that you can choose. Please do try to read every week day, either a home book, reading comprehension or on bug club – its nice to see a few of you have already been on! Also, keep practicing your times tables and mental maths skills on TT rockstars, Numbots or daily 10.  Another good activity is to practice telling the time in analogue and digital time. Don’t forget to practice your weekly spellings- get your parents to test you and let me know how you do!


There are lots of challenges and internet classes available on line too. We have had lots of fun doing the 30 day Lego challenge and PE with Joe Wicks every morning too. I will put a list of some of these on the website for you. Have a go at the Easter bonnet challenge and share your all creations!


Finally, if you have any problems, do not hesitate to contact myself or Mrs Marsden by E mail. Also if you want to share any work or challenges you have done, please e mail them in to me and I will put them on the website for the other children to see! I might even add a few of our own below!


Mrs Salter