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Hello and welcome back.

Wow! What a busy half term we have had. The SATs were sat and all the children in Year 2 should be very proud with how they coped with the test conditions and proud of what they have achieved so far this year. The year 1s were working extra hard last half term on their phonics as it is their turn this half term for their Phonics screening check.

I can’t believe that we are already into the last half term of the year and we only have 7 weeks left as a class. We will be continuing to work extremely hard throughout those 7 weeks with lots of exciting work and Educational Visits to complete. We are continuing our topic with the sea which is the reason we are going to Southwold to visit the seaside, lookout from the top of the lighthouse and to find natural and manmade structures.

In Maths we will be learning about 2D and 3D shapes, units of measurement and position and direction. We will therefore be getting the scales out and cooking up some delicious treats, as well as making delicious concoctions using the measuring jugs. In Literacy, we will use our visit to Southwold to inspire our writing. This will include planning and writing recounts and stories set in Southwold.

Mrs Gladwin will continue to teach French and RE on a Friday afternoon, where she will be carrying on with the basics of the French language and our ceremonies topic in RE.

In Science we will still be conducting our investigations into which conditions suit plants best. I hope the sunflower and anemone plants are growing well and the children are enjoying filling in their diaries.

PE will be predominantly outside and the children will be preparing for the many Sports Day events that they will be competing in at the end of this half term.

Please make sure that children have sun cream on before they come to school if the sun is shining and that they have the correct equipment in school every day.

Thank you

Mrs Claire Tilley

We have been learning to sign our names in British Sign Language.....

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