Class Teacher - Mrs Seamons
Teaching Assistants - Mrs Martin(NNEB) & Mrs Whittaker
This terms topic is 'Commotion In The Ocean'.
We have already been finding out about different sea animals and really enjoyed learning all about the scientist Charles Darwin and his experiences in the Galapagos Isles.
Over the next few weeks we are investigating the lives of pirates and looking at seaside holidays past & present.
We are planning on having a 'Pirate and Princesses Day' before the end of the term and will give you plenty of notice, so keep an eye out for Facebook updates and notes home!
REMINDER - PE days are every Wednesday and Thursday afternoon so please make sure your child has a full PE kit in school for those days.
Make sure your child brings a bottle of water and some fresh fruit for their mid morning snack. All items need to be clearly labelled with your child's name.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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