Friday 19th July
We’ve had a lovely week together in class C. As writers, we have finished our ‘Disgusting Ice cream’ stories and shown super craftsmanship in our proofreading and editing. We have also produced our entries for the Colyton Flower Show handwriting competition. We’ve finished off our Position and Direction learning in maths and now we are starting to think about transition. This week we have also been sharing the super home learning projects for our final topic of the year. The projects were superb – thank you – I have included some photos in this post.
Next week we will be making the the most of our time together!
Early next week I will be sending home books for the year. If your child doesn’t have theirs then it is because I would like to keep it for a little bit longer! Although this may be disappointing for children, they should be proud that their books are being kept for a little longer as they are excellent examples of accelerated progress! (It was very difficult to select just a small sample of books!)
Wednesday is the last day that the children will spend in class c and to celebrate the end of term, I will be asking children to bring in a small game that would like to play in the morning. Please can you ensure that all games are not electrical (no tablets/phones etc) and are not too precious (!)
Finally, thank you all for your support throughout the year. It has been a joy and a pleasure to teach this wonderful group of children and to work in partnership with you. The progress they have made as individuals is something I am incredibly proud of; it is testament to all the love, care and support that the children receive from everyone around them.
I hope you all have a wonderful summer holiday and I look forward to watching the children continue to grow as they journey through the school.
If there is ever anything I can do to in the near or distant future, don’t hesitate to ask!
What can you do at home to support your child’s learning?
Talk to your child about their transition. Do they have any worries? What are the most looking forward to? How can the adults around them support them best as they move into their new class?