Joshua– trying hard in phonics to recognise his letter sounds.
Matilda– always trying hard.
Lucy – for some excellent writing about The Great Fire of London
Lacey – for reading with lots of expression during guided reading
Ellauise – for some beautiful writing about The Great Fire of London
Harvey R – for excellent progress with his times tables.
Tommy L – super subtraction work in maths this week.
Leo – super work in Big Maths this week – well done.
Gemma – Well done Gemma – you are working well in all areas of learning.
Daniel W – Well done for moving up the times table ladder – you are working well.
Emily for achieving full marks in her maths test as well as making fabulous contributions in class.
Isabelle for super reading skills and comprehension work in guided reading in addition to a focused attitude in all of her work.
Joseph for a great week! Super progress in all areas – becoming more involved in group discussions.
Paige for fabulous progress in maths when multiplying decimals. Super attitude to learning1
Isaac and Tristan – trying really hard in PE with Jack.
Aden for trying really hard with his reading at home and at school.
Regan for using impressive strategies to add in his head.
Olena for being a good role model for the class.
Jacob Be for really impressive work during fractions, including teaching his friends how to find a 1/3 of an amount.
Millie for producing some super sentences in literacy this week.
Harry for superb effort in maths this week – keep it up!
Tommy for impressive division work this week Tommy – well done.
Logan for doing well with his multi-link maths investigation
David for a great contribution to class discussions this week.
Maddison for super enthusiasm and speed to embrace new concepts in maths.
Rosa for great problem solving skills in maths this week within the topic of shape.
Tiffany for excellent contribution to group discussion in guided reading this week.
Meeting the pilot.
Flight from Atlanta to Nashville.
The UK team.
The Rymen Auditorium.
140 teachers from the USA and Canada. Some great ideas from educators in American schools.
Lacey for being a good role model for behaviour.
Max for always trying hard with writing.
Leo for working hard in Topic this week.
Isabelle for working hard in Topic this week.
Millie (We) for learning her spellings and trying hard in phonics.
Alex for trying hard with his number work.
Alfie for great effort in ‘Big Write’ this week.
Ruby for super problem solving in maths.
Joshua for a super improved ‘Big Write’ this week.
Aimee for a fantastic ‘Big Write’ and continuou hard work.
Libby for excellent presentation of Serif Movie Maker to Class 3.
Joseph for super ICT programming with Mr Hall.
Harvey for enthusiastically throwing himself into all the activities at ‘Hit the Surf!’
Penny for fabulous lifesaving and body boarding whilst giggling at ‘Hit the Surf!!
On Friday we said goodbye and good luck to Mr Little, our caretaker. We wish him all the best and hope he enjoys his retirement.
We have had a fantastic morning with Rosie from Viking FM. Alice nominated us for ‘School of the week’ and Rosie came down to record the sound bites with the children. Representatives were selected from each class and the younger children took part in a new ‘Guess the Celebrity’ game – but we don’t want to give too much away until next week!
Hopefully we should be on from 7am in Monday 13th January.
Today we said goodbye and thank you to Rev. Hotchin. She has been working with us for several years and has led our church services at St.Peters’s Church in the village of Wawne. In addition to this she regularly came into school to lead assemblies or contribute to RE lessons.
Friday 6th December (Early lunch at 11.50am. Coach leaves at 1pm and returns approx. 4.40pm. Remember to keep Greens Lane & the junction with Main Street clear of cars to allow coaches to reverse safely. Thank you.
Tuesday 10th December:
- Foundation & KS1 – 10am
- KS2 – 2.15pm
Wednesday 11th December:
- KS2 – 10am
- Foundation & KS1 – 2.15pm
Christmas Dinner Thursday 12th December
Parties – Further details to follow
Monday 16th December 1.10pm – Foundation & KS1
Tuesday 17th December 1.10pm – KS2
St Peter’s Church
Wednesday 18th December at 2pm, followed by refreshments, served by FOWSA, in the school hall.
Non-uniform day – Friday 20th December
School closes at 3.3pm on Friday 20th December & reopens at 9am on Tuesday 7th January 2014.
MICHAEL MORPURGO ‘THE BEST CHRISTMAS PRESENT IN THE WORLD’
Making its first ever East Yorkshire appearance…
The show consists of a reading by Michael Morpurgo accompanied by Virginia McKenna of his book – ‘The Best Christmas Present in the World’.
Christmas Carols from Britain, France and Flanders will be sung by accapella ‘Voices at the Door’ – A six piece award-winning singing group featuring: Coope, Boyes and Simpson, Fi Fraser, Jo Freya and Georgina Boyes.
Here is a snapshot of each area this Monday morning, it’s very busy! Reading, numeracy, music and an arty morning in the hall for Class 1 & Reception.