Welcome to Kingfisher Class!
Mrs Cooke is your teacher. Mrs Wick, Mrs Cox, Dr Davis and Mrs Wilkinson also work in our classroom.
PE days continue to be Monday and Tuesday. Please make sure that PE kits are kept in school at all times as we sometimes change our timetable to accommodate other events in school. On Tuesdays PE will be taught by Premier Sport whilst Mrs Cooke has designated non-contact time.
All parents are welcome to attend Celebration assembly on Friday mornings and then to come along for Buddy Reading afterwards. If your child is due to receive a certificate in Celebration assembly I will try to let you know, but sometimes we make our decisions on a Thursday afternoon and may not have chance to see you in time. When it is your child's birthday they will celebrate on the Friday of that week.
Please come and see me at the end of the day if you have any questions or concerns.
Update - Friday 19th July
The last couple of weeks have been really busy, with lots going on for the whole school - not just for Kingfisher Class.
The highlight of last week was of course our school trip to The Farmland Museum and Denny Abbey. We had a great day finding out about life in the past. The children took part in three activities - comparing houses and shops from the past with those today, being archaeologists and learning about how wheat becomes bread. Each activity used observation and comparing skills to really think about the past and the present.
This week in swimming we had our class competition with the scores from our races being combined with sports day scores ready to be announced at next week's Leavers' Assembly. The children's confidence and improving skills really showed and they all enjoyed having a go at each race or activity.
In Maths we have worked on counting in 2s and linking this to odd and even numbers.
In Literacy we have used our writing skills in lots of different ways - a recount of our trip, a thank you letter to The Farmland Museum, our own page for reports and farm animal fact files. We also wrote a review of the Key Stage 2 play for our Big Write.