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What a brilliant day C Fest was! Thank you for coming along to support the children and watch their performance, they did themselves proud and the hours of practicing paid off! They looked great with the festival jewels and glitter so thank you to those who came in with it on already, it was a big help. We hope you had a great day and enjoyed the stalls and fairground rides.
Only 2 weeks left of school, I can't believe how fast the year has gone! Transition is on Thursday, the children will be brought into school from the Year 2 gates as normal and will go home via their new line from Year 3. Then back to normal for the rest of the term.
It's been a lot of fun this week in year 2 as we've been learning about how aeroplanes works and how the pilot navigates the plane. We watched videos of tours of an Emirates, British Airways and Easy Jet plane, the children all agreed that the Emirates plane looked the best as the first class section had beds and huge TV's. The children then designed their own aeroplanes and added features like a play room, a bar and beds of course! They followed their design plan and made their areoplanes using toilet roll tubes and cardboard. We went out onto the yard and attempted to fly them on the yard to see who's traveled the furthest.
It's only Tuesday but we have already done so much this week! In Maths we are learning about directions, we have been controlling the bee-bots movements and getting them to make 1/4 and 1/2 turns left or right.
As sports day is on its way we have also been practicing running as fast as we can, balancing the egg and spoon and jumping over hurdles. There are some future Olympians in Year 2!
In English we have been writing letters as crayons just like in the story 'The Day the Crayons Quit'. Myself and Mrs Nicholson we extremely impressed, all of the children have made great progress with their writing since the start of the year.
Thank you for coming to watch the children's presentation. They did themselves proud talking about what they've learnt throughout our topic 'The Great Fire of London.' The children have loved this topic and wanted to share their excitement with you. We were lucky enough to recreate 'The Great Fire of London' on a much smaller scale by burning the wooden houses that they had made. The firemen did a great job at lighting the fire and keeping everyone safe. We hope you had a great afternoon!
We are so proud of the children this week for completing their 'quizzes'. They have all tried their very best and we're over the moon with how well they've done. As a reward we will be visiting the park tomorrow morning and then watching 'The Greatest Showman' in the afternoon. Children can come in non-uniform and bring in some food to share.
Also in both Y1 and Y2 we have a huge collection of school uniform that has not been claimed. Tomorrow morning in the KS1 pen there will be tables set out with the unclaimed uniform on. Please take what is yours and whatever is left can be taken too.
This morning we had a visit from Gail from Warburton's. She discussed with the children about the benefits of healthy eating and recommended food they should be trying. We watched a video about bread is made then we got to make our own sandwich. We made sure we chose healthy ingredients to put in our sandwich then we ate them up!