Hello to all our families and pupils!
We have had another brilliant week, so many exciting learning experiences happening through school all week. From visiting vikings to parents in playing maths games with their children, it’s been such fun!
We’ve had a number of different visitors this week and they have all commented on how polite and friendly our children are and it makes me so proud!
Thank you to everyone for making me feel so welcome so quickly and if you’ve not been to speak to me while I’m out at the front of school at drop off and pick up please do come and say hello!
Attendance has been positive this week
although overall attendance for September still remains slightly below target at
Please can we try and get it above target next week. Colds are starting to kick in but we are asking you to support positive attitudes towards attendance even with sniffles.
As I mentioned one of our priorities for the whole school is improving reading so I’m going to use this news letter to share some of the amazing things happening across school to promote, teach and develop reading.
In Guided Reading we looked at a fiction text called ‘Roald Dahl’s Revolting Rhymes’. It was a story but also a poem because it rhymed. We really enjoyed this text because it was different to the traditional fairytale and it was really fun! We compared this version to the original, gave our opinions and discussed why Roald Dahl has Little Red Riding Hood wear the wolf skin coat.
We enjoyed it that much we made Mrs Wigglesworth-Fisher read us more ‘Revolting Rhymes’ for story time!
Written by Jake Parker-Ireland
Created with images by lordn - "Cute Girl Reading a Book at Home" • 2Photo Pots - untitled image • jodeng - "road highway travel"