Please remember tomorrow is amazing animal day. This is a free house event. Pupils are encouraged to dress up as an animal. There will be house points and small prizes for the best costumes and there will be activities in the afternoon.
Sorry this is late.
Here is this week’s homework.
Super spellers – enjoying, employment, destroyed, cowboy, loyal, choice, voice, noise, moist, point.
Spelling bees – put, cushion, awful, push, full, put, different, light, sentence, stop.
Maths will follow.
Please return the questionnaires issued by HMIE using the free post envelope provided. Note that they must be received by 28th April.
Apologies for questionnaire overload, but we would also still like the consultation on curriculum questionnaire to be returned to the school. This was issued earlier this week and helps us in our annual self-evaluation and curriculum refresh.
Pupil reports (issued on the 1st April) also had a reply form which you were invited to complete and return.
Many thanks for your continued contribution and support.
A team has been selected for this event. Those selected should have received a text message. Pupils should bring suitable footwear and a packed lunch, or alternatively order a school lunch in advance. Strips will be issued for pupils to come to school wearing on Wednesday morning. Pupils should put warm clothes on top as they will be sitting around outside for extended periods.
gym, mystery, pyramid, cygnet, crystal, rhythm, through, sing, morning, colour, kind
boy, employ, enjoy, annoy, destroy, disappointment, toilet, joined, soil, pointed
Cubes are working on halves, cones on halves and quarters. The P4s who go to the other class should know about halves, thirds, quarters, fifths and tenths. The best games for the class level are “Half/not a half”, “Half not a quarter” “Comparison to has half” and “Build a Fraction Wall”. Other games will provide challenge.