Starlings WB 26th September
Date: 12th Sep 2022 @ 7:18pm
Welcome to Starlings weekly blog.
What a lovely week we have enjoyed.
As always, thank you for your support. It is much appreciated.
Friday Superstar: Heidi
Top Table: Logan and Grayson
Writing: We have changed text and are now looking at 'Lost and Found' by Oliver jeffers. we hve predicted what we think the story is going to be about using the clues we had. We think a penguin is going to be lost and the boy is going to take him home. We are going to be looking at why the penguin is lost using our investigative skills
Spelling:The spelling quiz will take place on 30th September.
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Maths: In maths we will be looking at whole and parts of numbers up to 10.
PE: Our PE days are Wednesdays and Fridays . Please come to school wearing appropriate PE kit- White t-shirt, black/blue plain hoodie and tracksuit bottoms or shorts, hair tied back and earrings removed or covered.
Please spend 10 – 20 minutes reading each day. This can be a combination of Read Write Inc and bedtime story books. Please remember the importance of your child listening to YOU read during this time too.
Read Write Inc
Our RWI lesssons start promptly at 9am. If you are able to drop your child off as near to 8.45 as possible it would be very beneficial.
The children will continue to bring home a Read Write Inc book, a book bag book and a bedtime story each week. This provides them with a variety of familiar, new and challenging texts to read. Bedtime storybooks are to be enjoyed with an adult. Reading TO the children ensures that they experience the magic of a story coming to life and have a purpose and love of reading.
Please check your child’s diary to find out which group they are in, which sounds they have learnt that week and which books they have in their book bag. Each time they move to a new group they will receive a RWI book mark. On this book mark are the ‘red’ words that are practised in that group. These words inform our spelling quizzes and regular practise supports fluency and confidence in writing.
Children in KS1 receive free fruit. Children do not have to bring a snack from home but if you wish to do so we ask that it is a healthy option and just one item, please.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us via a note in your child’s diary or through the office if you would like to discuss anything about your child. firstname.lastname@example.org 01606 668270
Many thanks Mrs Esling and Mrs Westland