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Super Science

This week in science, Rhino class set up an experiment to find out the impact the environment has on germination. They used a range of resources to plan and make sure the test would be fair. All children worked well in their groups where teamwork and cooperation was essential. We look forward to sharing our results next week.

Afterschool Sports Sessions – Rhino Class

Jaguar class are currently enjoying a game of cricket with Mr Wright tonight on their last sports session for their class.

Rhino Class sessions are the 12th, 19th & 26th May.

Club starts at 3:15 and finishes at 4:15. The cost of all three sessions is £10.

Its not too late to sign up for these Rhino sessions, please come to the school office and speak to Mrs Smith, who will arrange everything.

Art like an Egyptian

Today, Rhino class used their portraits to create their own Egyptian pictures. They looked really closely at examples and decorated their work with ornate designs.

Road Safety in Rhino Class

Rhino class had the pleasure of spending the morning with a lovely gentleman called Ray Hughes, who taught the children all about road safety.

The children learnt so much and we even walked around the village to put into practise what they had learnt. The children were so sensible and a real credit to the school.

Rhino Superheroes

We had a great day in Rhino class today.

The children looked amazing in their costumes and we held a fantastic discussion in class about all the different attributes that were their super powers. The children then drew their superheroes and labelled these characteristics.

Thank you for all your help with the costumes and for your donations to a good cause.

Thank You

To all Parents and Careers,

From all of us at Myddle, we just wanted to say a huge thank you for all the support you have given us in helping to teach your children over the past 8 weeks. We know it hasn’t been easy, with many of you juggling work and caring for siblings while managing home schooling tasks.

We can’t begin to tell you how rewarding it has been to be regularly receiving feedback and photos of the children’s work. We know how hard this has been to keep on top of and we really have appreciated it.

We are all so excited to welcome your children back to school on Monday where we can take back the reins and give you all a very well deserved break.

We hope you all have a relaxing weekend.

Many thanks

Mr Glover

Returning to Rhino Class on March 8th

Hi Everyone,

I just wanted to start by saying how excited I am about seeing you all on March 8th where we can once again be together as a Rhino family in class.

I know many of you may have some questions about school and will be wondering if anything will be different this time when you return. Actually, we have not had to make too many changes and therefore school routines will be pretty much the same as they were during the Autumn term when you were last at school.

Even though this is the case, I have put an information page together for you and your parents to have a look through to remind you of those routines and some of the minor changes that we have made at school.

Rhino Return Information Page

I really hope you are all looking forward to coming back as I know being away from school and working at home has been a real challenge. I just wanted to say how well you have all done and that I have been so proud of you all. It has been extremely rewarding to see you engaging in tasks and sending me in your work. You really should be tremendously proud of yourselves. I also want to say a huge thank you to all of your parents as they have been amazing and so supportive.

I would appreciate it, if you could take some time to complete the reflection sheet below about your lockdown experience, positives and negatives, and bring this back to school with you during the first week back. This will allow us have a class discussion about our experiences and our feelings. Remember, it’s good to talk!

Back to school feelings KS2

Remember as well, if you want to take part in the masked reader activity, then upload your video to your portfolio by Tuesday 2nd March at the latest please and don’t forget to message me on Dojo with your three clues about yourself.

Can’t wait to see you all,

Kind Regards

Mr Glover

World Book Day – 4th March

On Thursday 4th March it is World Book Day!

To raise the profile of this and to encourage a love for reading, next week I be uploaded a range of additional reading activities and tasks.

I’m also planning on holding a Masked Reader competition on Thursday 4th March. If you would like to be part of this then read the information and instructions below.

The Masked Reader Instructions

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