Filed under: Blue Class Learning Log, General News
Your homework this week is to complete the autobiography planning sheet.
You can write about yourself, a member of your family, someone that you are interested in or a fairy tale character. You need to plan it this week and your homework over half term will be to write it up.
Well done to everyone who completed the reading challenge this summer here are some of the Castlemorton representatives. They were 5 of 30 children to complete this year’s 6-book Summer Reading Challenge with Upton Library. Lovely to see children reading for pleasure- keep reading.
Here is this weeks homework – due in on Wednesday
What a great week for a celebration. We have been awarded the Gold Mark for participating in the Sainsbury’s School Games Scheme. Many of the sporting events that have been on offer here at school have been part of this scheme and have helped raise the profile of sport in school. The year 5 and 6 girls football team came back from the tournament on Wednesday with a splendid trophy after winning the competition. Please see below for the match report from Ruby Williams.
Wednesday 23rd September 2015 from 2pm-3pm
We will be opening the classrooms to parents and to anyone considering a school place for next year’s intake. Please pass the word around and let others know about this opportunity to see learning in action.
After school there will be a chance to listen to each class teacher explain their class expectations. We realise that parents with siblings may want to hear what different teachers have to say so we have planned two sessions. The first session will run from 3:30-4pm and the second from 4-4:30pm. A creche will be available in the hall and children are welcome to listen to the presentations. Staff will be explaining about curriculum and homework and will also provided a brief overview related to maths and literacy. There will be an opportunity to ask questions and if you feel an individual appointment is necessary, a chance to arrange one at a convenient time.