Well done Reception! You have completed your first half-term in school. You have accomplished so much and I have been so impressed with all your learning. I have listed below some of the things we have done just so you can see how busy you have been! made new friends learnt the routines for school [
This week, we have been learning about the Sikh religion and Diwali. We made diyas, using flour dough and then painted them, ready for lighting using oil and a wick. Since 4 of our class (and Mrs Barker) were absent on Friday, we will be doing this when we return to school after half term.
Year 4 made some fantastic tree spirits in Forest School this week; hopefully these will keep the evil spirits at bay over Halloween!
One of children shared their eight legged pets with Mrs Bramley and the class thus afternoon. We also enjoyed a little dance at the Spooky Disco. Enjoy the photos!
Year 3 carved some pumpkins for the Halloween discos today. Enjoy the sometimes scary photos!
We would like to invite you to meet with Mr. Herbert and Mr. Billing at our Year 5 parent learning review. We will discuss how your child has settled into the year and the progress they have made so far. Your may wish for your child to join in with the meeting so that they […]
Please see the attached document from the Early Reading and Phonics information evening.phonics and early reading This is the link to the video which was shown. https://thewroxham.org.uk/our-learning/phonics-video-eyfs-parents/ You will need to copy and paste it into your browser for it to work. &nb
Last week in Reception we: Learnt the phonemes ‘h’, ‘b’, ‘f’, ‘ff’, and the tricky word ‘go’ Began to learn about the season Autumn Used Numberblocks to develop our understanding of number Learnt some more Makaton signs Took home our Reading Records and reading scheme books This
So – we have had rain, sun and hailstones this week, along with lots of learning. The children have been singing together in assembly, as well as getting ready for the last week of the half term. We had our Information Session this week, which was hopefully useful – information to foll