Looking back at summer term.
Well we have certainly had a busy summer term. We finished our Romans topic with a visit to the Yorkshire museum where we rolled played at being a Roman soldier. We also completed our DT food topic and designed and made healthy snacks. It was fantastic to visit Tesco and complete their food to folk workshop.
In science we learned about sound and hearing, carrying out a number of experiments. Then our last topic was all about London. We based our history, geography and art on this.
We also squeezed in a visit to Humber UTI university where we looked at the used of different energies. It was great fun building rocket cars. On this day we also participated in Taiko drumming in a big inflatable arena.
Mrs. Pearce has thoroughly enjoyed this term with Snowy Owls and hope they have an amazing summer, well done everyone.
Our teacher is Mrs. Pearce
Our teaching assistants are Mrs White and Mrs. Carlile
We are all looking forward to an exciting Summer Term with lots of interesting learning experiences including, our visit to Tesco that will support our DT work and our visit to York to end the Romans topic.
Mrs. Pearce is looking forward to seeing the progress the children have made and ensuring they use their learnabilities to reach their potential in the summer term.
Our PE lessons are on Tuesdays and Thursdays
Tuesday afternoon - indoor
Thursday afternoon - outdoor
Please make sure your child has a labelled PE kit ...
red t-shirt, navy shorts, joggers or leggings for outdoor PE and plimsolls and it remains in school from Monday to Friday to allow for any timetable changes.
Earrings must be removed on these days please.
Reading count day is on Monday.
Please make sure your child's home-school liaison book is in school everyday. We aim for at least 3 reads to an adult per week. Don't forget to write in their home-school liaison book so we can count up how many reads they have done during the week.
Reading books will be changed at the beginning of the week. If books need changing in the meantime, please don't hesitate to ask me.