Panda Class – New learning objectives for w/c 30th March 2020

Hello Pandas,

It has been so wonderful to see what you have been doing this week! Goodness you’ve been busy.

I am keeping a close eye on the sunflower seeds I have planted for you –  picture on ClassDojo – I will let you know if anything appears.  Finger’s crossed

Attached is the link for more work ideas w/c 30th march 2020

.Overview of learning 30th March 2020

Below are the work sheets referenced in the overview, for writing.

Hold the sentence

Look trace write sheets

Best wishes

Mandy Turner

Corbet Pupils – Friday 20th December

We are really sorry but we are unable to accommodate previous pupils from Corbet into school on Friday due to activities that we will have going on in school.

We apologise for any disappointment this may cause but we now have so many pupils in school already and it would be difficult to monitor for fire and insurance purposes. The staff love seeing how the older children are getting on at the Corbet, so they can come after the school day if they want to say hello any time during the year.

Thank you for your understanding.

 

Braving the weather

Thank you again to the team of volunteers (staff, parents and governors) that braved the horrible conditions on Saturday morning to help clear and tidy areas of the school grounds. The car park is now clear of leaves and surrounding areas have also been cleared. Two trailers in all were filled!!

Thank you again. You’re hard work and support is really appreciated.

Marvellous Mathematicians

This week, pupils in Rhino class have been developing strategies to calculate mentally including: bonds to 10 and add to the ones, doubles or halves and subtracting 9 by taking 10 and adding 1. After exploring and refining these techniques, pupils looked at a range of different calculations in order to apply what they had learnt. Working in their learning partners they were able to select the quickest method for each calculation. The pupils will be using these strategies again next week when, as a class, we look at problem solving.

Cross Country Race Wednesday 6th – Reminder

Cross Country is taking place tonight, all letters were sent home at the end of last term.

Race starts at 3:50pm at The Corbet, Baschurch.

Please note the points to observe sent from the corbet regarding arrival and parking.

  • Not to arrive before 3.40 to allow school busses and other school traffic time to leave the Corbet site in order to prevent congestion.
  • To enter school grounds by walking around the side of the sports hall and not through main entrance.
  • Toilets are in the sports hall building.
  • Available parking is –  at the village hall

Or  lined parking bays on the Corbet site.(Please do not park on double yellow lines  or try and park down the side of the sports hall.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to get in touch with Mrs Smith 01939 290834

 

Guided Reading in Rhino Class

Today pupils in Rhino class became text detectives. They had to find and retrieve information to help them answer questions about Roman housing.

After reading the text together, the children used colours to help highlight key information related to each question. This made answering the each question much easier. It also showed the children how important it is to keep referring back to the text.

A huge thank you!

Can I just say a huge thank you to Mr Savage and the team of parents (and children) that gave their time on Saturday to help clear, cut back and plant in our school grounds. It has made a massive difference to the look of our school.

Thank you from all at Myddle Primary School.