Here is the latest Half Termly letter and overview for what we plan to cover this half term.
This week we have really enjoyed being creative and learning all about the Olympics during Arts Week. We have loved getting stuck in and celebrating the inclusivity of the Olympic and Paralympic games. We have made Olympic crowns, designed Greek vases, painted Japanese streets, enjoyed finger painting the Olympic Rings, made Olympic medals and torches and decorated Japanese blossom leaves for our whole school tree.
We hope you enjoy looking at our fantastic artwork…
Our Olympic crowns
We would like to say a big THANK YOU to Mrs Clapcott for organsing this week – we have thoroughly enjoyed it!
As next week is the last week before Summer, please can all children bring in a plastic bag with them to take home their books in.
Can I also please remind you to bring in any reading books you have at home. Thank you.
Have a lovely weekend – we are looking forward to enjoying our last week together and performing our country dancing on Thursday!
We’ve had another busy couple of weeks in Class 3!
I was amazed at the skill and sportsmanship of Class 3 last Friday during sports day! All of the children should be proud of how they took part throughout the very hot afternoon.
We have had a fantastic Arts Week this week. The children have been learning about Japan and the Olympics and then creating art inspired by this. I’m sure you’ll enjoy looking through the work they bring home.
We were also thinking more creatively in maths as the children used clay to model different shapes and looking at what lines they have.
Happy arts week! This week, the children have been completing Olympic based art which has been phenomenal – thank you Mrs C. As well as this, the children published their yearbooks which look beautiful and am looking forward to handing them out the children.
The leavers service prep is in full swing and the children are really looking forward to sharing it with you on Monday – the children must come in looking smart in and their school shoes (no white trainers please)
Learners of the week:
William F and Sienna for brilliant creativity and for showing responsibility this week
Next week is the last week for achieve bronze, silver & gold certificates for the reading challenge – please make sure you bring reading challenges in on Monday and Wednesday.
An extra bag needs to be brought in on Wednesday as the children will be clearing out their trays and bring old books home.
Have a lovely weekend and we will see you on Monday.
What a wonderful week we have had in Class 4. Highlights include our Oobleck Science investigation and a brilliant morning sketching and completing geography fieldwork next to the River Stour. At our Sports Day at Twynham on Friday afternoon, every child represented the Priory beautifully. They all tried their absolute best!
Do remember your art shirts tomorrow for this week’s Art Week, linked to the forthcoming Olympics in Japan!
Sports Day on Friday was great this year. Perfect conditions and I was super impressed with the children’s attitude and sportsmanship; the behaviour of children was exemplary, as it has been all year. It is the first time I can remember at a Sports day that not one of them needed to go to the loo! Anyway Arts week this week and a class assembly to organise for the school, another busy week ahead! One of the children managed to take a few photos on the class ipad so I have added!
We have had another busy week this week! In maths, we have been busy recapping our knowledge on capacity and also learning about mass. We had fun practically exploring and comparing how much things in the classroom weigh. We are becoming really confident with using the correct language, including ‘more than, less than, heavier than, lighter than, equal and as heavy as’.
All the adults in Class One have been really impressed at how well we have approached the last few weeks of learning. Here are some of our morning challenges that we got stuck into this week:
What another great week we have had! Pirate Week has been very busy – we have been drawing and labelling treasure maps, building pirate ships out of big construction, doing lots of maths with pirate treasure, making Wanted posters, making pirate hats and doing lots of role play. The highlight of the week was Pirate Day, when we all dressed as pirates. Thank you so much – the children looked fantastic.
Learners of the Week this week were Flo and Maisie. Flo always tries so hard and is such a kind friend to others. Maisie quietly gets on and always tries her best. Well done and thank you to both of you.
Next week we have Arts Week with lots of fantastic activities planned. Don’t forget to bring in an old shirt or apron to wear.
Mr Ruffle has asked if all school reading books can be returned to school by next Friday, 16th July, so that we can audit them. Thank you.
Class 6 have had quite a week. Not only did they perform the show twice, England won the semi-final and we cycled to Hengistbury Head. All of the children thoroughly enjoyed themselves – we played Mr Ruffle’s favourite game, Danish longball and built sandcastles. Just sports day to go!
Learners of the week this week…
The whole of year 6 for a smashing performance!
We are all really looking forward to a well deserved rest at the weekend.
Remember, reading challenges and home learning in on Monday.