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Welcome back to those who were in Pimhill before the holidays and welcome to all our new starters. In Pimhill there is myself Mrs Foster the class teacher, Mrs James and Mrs Mukhopadhyay (pronounced Mukherjee) Teaching assistants.
We have had a brilliant couple of days with all the children happy and settled into school. I’m looking forward to getting back to lots of fun activities.
This term our main topic is going to be about ‘Celebrate me celebrate the world.’ We will be looking polar regions of the world and where they are in relation to the equator. We will find out about the past and look at Mary Anning and the work she did in discovering fossils. In other areas of learning we will also be exploring the local environment and learning about our senses. In Computing, we will begin the term by learning about the importance of staying safe when using technological devices After half term we will be making puppets for our DT learning.
In English our main texts will be Peace at last and The three little Pigs. There will be a phonics session for the class every day linked to both reading and spelling. Individual reading books will be sent home and will only be swapped the children with support by a member of staff in Pimhill,
In Maths we are continuing with our Mastery Approach to our learning and will be starting this term by ensuring we have a really good understanding of Number and Place Value before moving on to calculations. We will also be practising our number bonds each week so that we can secure these facts and use them to base our other learning on.
P.E. will be taught by Miss Ryan and will be on a Thursday morning starting the week of the 6th September. Children need to come into school in their P.E. kit on those days please.
Music will be taught by Mrs Kessel – Fell .
We will be having forest school sessions and again the children will need to come dressed ready on a Wednesday. More information on this will follow.
As always, my door is open for any queries, questions, or problems you may have. Either catch me on the gate or give Mrs Winwood a call in the school office to organise this.
I look forward to working with you and your children.
The days scheduled for PE every week for each class are as follows:
Haughmond: Wednesday and Thursday
Grinshill: Tuesday and Thursday
Stiperstones: Monday and Thursday
Wrekin: Tuesday and Thursday
On PE days children need to wear their PE kit to school please, including trainers. They will keep this on all day.
Welcome back to Autumn Term!
I hope you have all had a lovely holiday and had a chance to spend time together.
Please click on the link to see what we are doing this term.
We have PE on a Tuesday and a Thursday – Please come into school in PE kit for those days. (No PE kit on Thursday 2nd September)
All children need to bring a water bottle each day.
I look forward to seeing you all tomorrow.
Welcome back to a brand new year!
This term we are going to be focusing on a History topic, called Fire! Fire! We will be learning all about The Great Fire of London and The Gunpowder Plot.
Here is some useful information for the term ahead:
PE sessions this term are on a Wednesday and Thursday. Starting from the week beginning 6th September please could you come to school in your P.E. kit on those days.
Spellings are tested each Tuesday morning, which is is also when the new ones are handed out. Please make sure spelling books are in school everyday.
Homework is given out on a Friday, and is due in the following Friday morning. This term homework will typically be based online and you will be able to find the information both on Teams and on here.
As well as the weekly homework, please remember to read regularly at home, along with practising your spellings, and if you are in Year Two, learning your 2, 5 and 10 times tables.
What a fabulous day Grinshill class have had today. We welcomed Kat and Sue from ‘Widget Workshops’ to deliver a full day of Egyptian activities.
The children have virtually visited Egypt with their own VR headsets, where they were able to look around tombs, statues, The River Nile, pyramids and many others.
They worked as scribes writing hieroglyphics using traditional writing implements and natural inks.
They worked as embalmers, pulling organs out of bodies and putting them into the correct canopic jars.
They played traditional board games.
As well as learning even more interesting facts about Egypt.
The children have really loved having our visitors in school today and have had an amazing day. The children have enjoyed dressing up as Egyptians.