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Weekly Update - 23rd May 2019

22 May 2019

We have had another busy but wonderful week in Palm Class. 

On Wednesday afternoon we all enjoyed watching and taking part in auditions for our end of term production of 'Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat'. We were bowled over by the quality of talent on show and so impressed at how brave the children in Palm Class were. They will have roles in supporting the children of Cedar Class and I'm sure they'll be wonderful!

We enjoyed meeting the candidates who would like to be our new headteacher in September. They spent time in our classes, met us on the playground and held an assembly.

Back in the classroom, we have continued to work hard. We are continuing to build our understanding of measures through investigating volume, capacity, weight and mass. Mr Donaldson's maths group have enjoyed some hands-on experiences - using their capacity skills to make cocktails and choosing from a range of equipment to solve some mass problems. In our English lessons we have started to base our work around the text 'Beuwolf' which links well with our Invaders and Settlers topic. The children have worked on their descriptive writing skills this week.

Have a lovely half term break - remember, the Cross Country event at Newby Hall is on the first day back - Monday 3rd June. Children will need to be in school at the earlier time of 8.30am - please note this is different to the time stated on the permission letter.


 
 
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