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End of a busy week

We have had a very busy week. The children have been looking at the differences between living in the countryside and living in a town. Today we have learnt a little about the artist Kandinsky and are in the process of producing a piece of  art work inspired by one of his famous paintings.

The red certificate this week went to another new little girl in our class called Bea. She has settled into our class routines and is finding her feet and making new friends, so well done to Bea. The maths certificate went to Annabelle for excellent work on doubling. Jace and Millie both earned the most ticks on the reward chart this week and were very pleased to gain a prize from the ‘treat box’.

Year One spellings will now be written in the reading diaries and will be set every Thursday by Mrs Turner. Please take some time to learn them for next week.

Mrs Turner has spent some time with the children this week and last week and is looking forward to coming back next Thursday.

We hope you have a good weekend and I will see you on Monday!

 

Best wishes from Mrs Burford

Hello everyone!

This is just a little message sending you my very best wishes and to say how much I have enjoyed working with the children and staff in Hawkstone and Little Wenlock over the last year.  I’m sad to go but also send Mrs. Turner a big welcome back from maternity leave.  The children are all looking forward to seeing her.

Take care all

From Mrs. Burford

 

 

 

 

Weekly News

Well, we have had a busy week and are looking forward to a long weekend! Over the last three days we have been writing the story, ‘Town Mouse and Country Mouse’ and have been trying to include punctuation in our work. 

In maths the Year Ones are working on place value within 50 and the Reception are learning more about numbers 11-20. We have some very keen mathematicians in the class.

Today Elijah was given the writing certificate for such good independent writing and Milly received the red certificate for settling in quickly to her new school.

The Year Ones have spellings either in their spelling books or on a piece of paper in their bags. Please try and go over the words this week. Thankyou

 

Great first week back

We have had a lovely first week back in school and are really pleased with how quickly the children have settled into the class routines. We are seeing lots of progress in reading so keep hearing your child read at home, it is making a difference.

Here are the winners of the reading and red certificates. Well done boys you are both super stars!

T

Tuesday 20th April

Good morning everyone!

We hope you have all had an enjoyable Easter break!  A big welcome back to all of the children in Hawkstone Class and Little Wenlock.  It’s been a really enjoyable start and was lovely to see everyone back in school.

We are all looking forward to the Summer term now and hopefully lots of nice weather for us to enjoy learning lots in our outside area.

Best wishes to everyone from all of the staff in Hawkstone and Little Wenlock.

 

End of term

Happy Easter to everyone, we hope that you all have a good break. It will be great to be able to begin to catch up with friends and family again. The children have all enjoyed being back in school these last few weeks and hopefully this will be the last disruption to the school year. We are all looking forward to the summer term!

The children are really enjoying their new outdoor learning building and equipment. We have been working hard to improve and update this fantastic space. Welly Wednesday will continue after half term with one year group visiting the conservation area each week, so if a change of clothes is not already in school please can one be provided when we return.

On behalf of all the staff in Little Wenlock and Hawkstone Class, take care and we will see you in two weeks.

Friday 5th March

Congratulations! We have all made it through this long period of home learning. We realise that it has been a struggle and you may be worried about your child’s education. We will be spending the first few weeks assessing everyone and then planning activities that will help them with any gaps in their learning that they might have.

Please send in any reading books you have at home and any work your child has done. We will continue to use the class page to let you know what is happening in Hawkstone and Little Wenlock classes. Hopefully this will be the last time we have to do remote learning. We will try to use the outdoor area for their learning as much as we can, having purchased some new games to go outside, and we will take all precautions to keep your child and ourselves safe in school.

We are grateful for the work you have put in to support your child through this time. Have a good weekend; any problems please get in touch.

From all the staff in Little Wenlock and Hawkstone- see you soon, children!!

Thursday 4th March

Good morning to everyone. Two things to think about today. Firstly, it’s World Book Day today. If we were all in school today then we would come in costume. If anyone dresses up at home we would love to see a photo. Secondly, could those who have borrowed a white board please send it back to school on Monday? Thank you.

Wednesday 3rd March

Hello everyone. Today’s ideas are on the homework page. We hope that all the children are excited about their return to school. If you or your child has any concerns about this then please get in touch so we can try and sort out any problems before Monday. You can give the school a ring or contact us via Tapestry or the class e-mail . Looking forward to seeing you soon.

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