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Welcome one and all...

...to this year's Falcons class! We are delighted to see everyone back after such a long time apart, and it's fantastic to have some brand new recruits as well!

This year is going to be one of hard work, there is no doubt about that, but we are all raring to go! I am so lucky to be working with such a brilliant group of children. Our class has already established a warm, family feel which has come very naturally as everyone seems to gel together really well. It's really important to me that the children in my care feel secure and at home, and I can't wait to see what they are capable of as we progress through the year together. 

Added to the mix is Mrs Bostock. In all our time at this school we have never shared a class, and I know her expertise and knowledge will be indispensable to us all! I am also very pleased that we have not had to say a complete good-bye to Miss Kearvell, she will be back with us each Friday and this will be a lovely end to the week.

And parents - don't be strangers! I know contact is difficult at the moment but I am only an email away, and if there are any issues or concerns I would rather know in the early stages, no matter how small they may seem. We both have your child's best interests at heart and good communication is an important part of that. 

So let's put the past few months behind us and focus on year ahead, the only way is up!

With warm wishes,

Miss Kerr 

Class events

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An extra pupil for hockey...

Well I know my PE lessons are legendary, but even I was surprised to see my rep had extended to the mini beast world. This beautiful, fluffy, vibrant caterpillar decided to hitch a ride on R’s hockey stick today - good job she noticed otherwise things may not have ended quite so well....

Maths Homework W/B 21.9.20

This week's homework is paper based. I have explained everything to the children but feel it may be an idea to post it here too!

We ask that the children look at the work before the weekend, so they can come and ask us about anything if they need to. 

There are a lot of questions, we do not expect all to be attempted! 30 minutes should be allocated for Maths homework and the children simply work hard to do what they can in this time (this does not include toilet breaks, pencil finding, testing and then sharpening, biscuit eating, playing with the dog/cat/rabbit/guinea pig/fish/snails, toilet visits, sudden interests in meaningful conversations that aren't homework related etc). Switching between the sets of questions may be necessary in order to find the most appropriate level of challenge, but make sure the last 2 or 3 questions are completed before doing so as these are the same level as the first few on the next section. Answers need to be clearly numbered and the section noted down (A, B or C). 

I think that's it, but do ask - it takes a while for us all to establish these new routines!

Have fun!

Miss K

This week's Maths Homework...

Key Stage 2 Concert

Royal International Air Tattoo

All of Years 3 to 6 had a great day at the Air Tattoo. We watched aerobatic displays from around the world and explored planes new and old. 

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