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Weekly Update 15th April 2021

Mrs Wolfe - 15 Apr 2021

We’ve had a great return to school and have soon got back in to our routines.  It has been a real pleasure catching up with parents to share and celebrate our Cedar pupils’ learning and progress and we’re raring and ready to go – getting ready to work on this term’s targets!

This term is all about ‘Being Ready’.  There are lots of changes and transitions ahead and it is a very special term for Y6, as this is their very last term of primary school! It is always so lovely to hear how excited pupils are about the next step of their journey, however we appreciate that along with that excitement can also come some uncertainty and apprehension.  We will be offering nurture support for our pupils and are looking forward to getting them ready for this special time.

We spent some time revisiting our 3Bs:
Be Respectful
Be Ready
Be Safe
as well as our Zones of Regulation. 


It is always so lovely to hear how excited pupils are about the next step of their journey, however we appreciate that along with that excitement can also come some uncertainty and apprehension.  We will be offering nurture support for our pupils and are looking forward to getting them ready for this special time.

In maths we’ve begun our work on fractions and are completing our final statistics sessions.  We’re looking forward to beginning our geometry in a few weeks.  Just a reminder that weekly My Maths homework tasks are set every Thursday – as well completing the activity set, pupils can also challenge themselves by improving past scores and revising previous sessions to support their mastery.

Following last term’s assessments, we have identified punctuation as our class target – we’ve revisited Kung-Fu punctuation this week (ask Cedar pupils to show you the moves!), as well as revising punctuation terminology, the purpose of each punctuation mark and how it can be used effectively. 

Our Kick books are ordered and we are eagerly awaiting our signed copies from Mitch.  This term we are going to explore Amnesty International and look at what we can do to help raise awareness of Children’s Rights – watch this space!

We are continuing to use our maths skills in science to analyse data and deepen our scientific understanding.

Our new history topic is WW1 and we had an amazing first session, investigating reasons for how the war began.  It was really lovely to hear the children share information about family members who had fought in both world wars and the bravery they displayed.  We have asked children to ask permission of any war memorabilia they may have to share and upload on to Seesaw, so that we can share their family history.

This term we are welcoming back Mrs Harris, who will be teaching music each Thursday afternoon; Mrs Spence will also be teaching French.  PE will continue with Mr Anson every Wednesday.

Please visit the homework tab for a reminder of our weekly homework – we have added an additional writing activity to support learning.  We also have some ideas to help Y6 prepare for their transition to secondary school.

We’ve lots of shining stars this week…from writing beautiful prayers for our psalm worship in class, showing great listening skills, showing patience when helping and working with others…plus many more!  It is fantastic to see Cedar pupils making the most of their learning and sharing the wonderful values of our school.

This half term our class worship focus is kindness!  Cedar’s class motto is ‘Choose Kind’ – we’re looking forward to seeing kindness spread throughout the term.

Remember to visit our Dojo tab for this week's dale winners!
 
 
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