Welcome to Kingfishers!
Welcome back Kingfishers! Mrs Pickles and Mrs Harling are so excited to see you all back in school!
Our Topic for the Summer term is based around the children's book 'We're all Wonders' looking at how each of us are unique and special.
The children will be researching famous people in history who have each made a difference to the world that we live in today. We have already enjoyed finding out about Rosa Parks and the stand that she made against prejudice because of the colour of her skin.
We will be finding out about the many different religions of the world, their places of worship, important artefacts and festivals that they celebrate.
Our science topics are based on animals, including humans, researching information about their skeletons, teeth, muscles and digestive systems.
Remember to keep checking our class page to keep updated on what is happening. Ask your grown up to keep regularly checking their email for updates from school.
Homework will be set on a Friday and is to returned by Wednesday.
Maths - A maths worksheet will be set each week. The children are also expected ro spend time on TT Rockstars each week
Literacy - A SPAG worksheet will be given each week
Reading - Children are expected to read at least 4 times a week and record this in their planner. Some children also have access to Reading Eggs. This can be logged in their planner for their weekly reading.
Spelling - Children will have a weekly set of spellings and this can be accessed through Spelling Shed. The children are expected to complete 10 games on Spelling Shed each week.
All children should bring a full water bottle to school each morning
PE is on Wednesday
The children will be required to come to school in their PE kit - black joggers or leggings, a plain white T-shirt or a house T-shirt. They can wear either their school jumper or a house hoody. Please wear school shoes as they will have trainers in school to change into.
Woodland is on Fridays
The children will be required to come to school in their Woodland kit - black joggers or leggings, school polo shirt or a house T-shirt. They can wear either their school jumper or a house hoody. Please wear school shoes as they will have outdoor shoes in school to change into.
Speak Out. Stay Safe - winner
Polar Bear Competition
Well done to all those children who took part in our ‘Speak Out, Stay Safe’ competition during spring term. We received an astonishing 42 fantastic entres. Mrs Sweeney and Mrs Byrne had a really tricky job choosijg the best entry, but after much deliberation, the winner was picked!
Well done to Mia McCabe from Swans class for her brilliant leaflet.
Both Mrs Sweeney and Mrs Byrne felt that Mia's entry showed all three of the key elements really clearly and included some beautiful presentation. Mia was presented with the crocheted polar bear as the winning prize!
A polar bear word art has been prepared for every other entry. These can be collected from your class teacher when we return to school.
Speak out and be heard
What it means to be safe
Get help when you need it