Welcome back to school, 3S!
Our topic this term: What does you sea?
We are currently reading two books this term to helps us alongside our English and Guided Reading. In English, we are reading Seal Surfer by Michael Foreman and in Guided Reading we are reading The Sea Book by Charlotte Milner.
Remember that the weekly spellings will be on the School Website and on Showbie and if you want to upload any homework, please upload that to Showbie. P.E. is on Tuesday's and Wednesday's with Mr Slaney, remember to come to school in your P.E. kits.
We have had a great start to the year so far and can't wait to see what the rest of the year will bring.
Many thanks for your continued support
All children have been given a school water bottle. This needs to be brought to school each day having been washed and re filled with fresh water from home. Children will be reminded at the end of the day to bring home their lunch bag and water bottle to be washed ready for the next day. We have turned off our water filter system so children will not be able to fill up their water bottle in the usual way. All classes have access to drinking water throughout the day should the children require extra water.
Please ensure your child brings a coat to school each day. We had a rainy start to the term but we are trying as much as possible to allow the children their outdoor breaks which may mean us putting coats on to go out in the rain as much as possible without getting too wet. Please ensure all coats are clearly named.
The children will be given weekly spellings on a Monday and tested on the following Monday.
I will upload a copy of the list of words to the 'Spellings' tab found at the top of our class page.
Our PE days are Tuesday and Wednesday. On these days we ask that your child comes to school in their PE clothes rather than their school uniform.
Weather dependant they can wear their shorts and school coloured PE T- shirt and school jumper. If the weather is cold, then track suit bottoms/leggings would be more suitable. Trainers are preferable to pumps as it is possible the children may be outdoors for some lessons.