Archive for July, 2013

Leavers 2013

Year 6 have had a great last day today. As the sun shone outside, everyone was celebrating, signing shirts and saying goodbye. Not too many tears and a wonderful assembly – a really positive ending to their time at Wawne.

Thank you to everyone for all our lovely cards and gifts, have a happy and safe holiday.

 

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Beverley Racecourse Trip 2013

If you are applying for the free tickets, please note that that they have put the wrong date on the letter. Change the date on the slip to either 30th July or 25th August (family fun day) . 

Flapjack Fun!

Flapjack recipe book

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Thank you to all the children in Class 3 who worked so hard today (on a very hot day too) to teach their younger peers how to make these delicious flapjacks.  Over £10 was raised in the playground so thank you to everyone who bought some. We hope the children all enjoyed tasting their free samples too! 

Lifestyle

Congratulations and well done to the Lifestyle team this weekend. They raised £105 raised for Oakwood dog rescue centre in Hull  though the sale of delicious buns.

http://www.oakwooddogrescue.co.uk/

Last week fun!

Remember we have a busy,  fun packed week ahead. 
There is a change of menu on Tuesday & Friday…a special leavers lunch on Friday!
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Bring an apron on Monday (whole school) for flapjack making.
On Tuesday class 3 are going to Beverley racecourse,  remember you’ll need a packed lunch (don’t book a school meal).
Drumming concert on  Wednesday afternoon at 3 pm for all parents & family.
Wednesday night 5-7 pm Leavers celebrations – details on letter.
Last PE session with Tom on Thursday,  always lots of fun!
Last day on Friday,   year 6 leavers assembly at 10am.

Wawne village show 2013

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Golden Time Graffiti

Chalking aside, we had a lots of fun!

stars of the week

Foundation

Harvey M for excellent work in maths, halving by sharing. 

Olena for fantastic work in maths. Halving ‘teen’ numbers, using problem solving skills

Year 1

 Leo for working independently and staying on task. 

Cole used super adjectives in Literacy, well done.

Year 2

 Freya has been trying very in in Literacy and has used speech marks.

Hannah has demonstrated a great ability to recall number bonds to 100.

Year 3

David  – Year 3 – Work that he has put in at home to improve his work on angles.
Joshua – Year 3 – Improvement and trying hard to work independently.

Year 4
Ruby – Year 4 – Demonstrating to the class how to use oil pastels, whilst working on our solar system model.
Ben – Year 4 – Working hard during morning work.

Year 5

Larissa and Katie for trying very hard with some tricky calculations in Numeracy and for interesting writing in Literacy.

Year 6

Peter has worked very hard in his Numeracy investigation and has organised a lunchtime club that is very popular.

Ellie-May recorded a leavers video that made Mrs Thresh very proud – her language choice was outstanding!

 

Stars of the week – 5th July

Foundation

Tia for very good progress with reading as she practises lots at home too.

Charlie for trying hard in maths, doubling and writing number sentences.

 

Year 1 & 2

 Wilson, William, Thomas L and Alfie for working really hard on their Kandinsky paintings.

Year 3

Alisha – for x 10 and dividing by 10 in maths this week.
Emily – for the work produced with Mia on the Dalton poster, and working well together.

Year 4
Mia – for the work produced with Emily on the Dalton poster, and working well together.
Paige – for her overall attitude to learning.

Year 5

Katie and Broady for using Excel to interpret sports day data.

 

Year  6

 Rebecca for fabulous Excel work, collecting data from the Internet and creating tables and graphs. Accepted a challenge too!

Jacob worked well in his team whilst researching information about a USA tourist attraction. He is becoming an expert about the ‘Walk of Fame’.

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