Newsletter 3 – Summer Term 21st April 2016

By April 22, 2016Newsletter

 

Happy Home Learning

We would like you to practise our rhyme Old MacDonald. Can you remember the Makaton signs for the animals and show them to your grown up?

Foundation 2 Homework

Literacy – This week we have enjoyed a fabulous visit to the farm! Can you write a sentence in your homework book about your favourite part of our farm visit?

Maths – In maths we are focusing on numbers 11 to 20. Can you practise forming these numbers and putting them in the right order?

Year 1 Homework

Maths – Please practise writing numbers to 10 and 20, in numerals and words.

Literacy – Can you write a list of questions that you would like to find the answer to on our visit to Bridlington Lifeboat House and Flamborough Lighthouse next week?

Year 2 Homework

Spellings – walking, eating, looking, talking, laughed, called, walked, asked.

Maths – Can you solve the missing number calculations on ‘Hit the Button’ www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button.

Number bonds – select ‘up to 10’ or ‘up to 20’ – missing numbers (+ and -)

Literacy – Please retell your favourite part of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. E.g. It could be when Augustus Gloop gets stuck up the pipe or when Violet Beauregarde turns into a blueberry. Remember to use conjunctions, noun phrases and different sentence types (statements, questions, commands and exclamations).

London Marathon

On Sunday, Mrs Day, one of our parents is taking part in the London Marathon to raise money for The Yorkshire Air Ambulance in memory of Miss Dawson. We will be cheering her on and wish her all the best as she takes on this challenge. We look forward to hearing about her experience next week once she has got her breath back! Any donations would be gratefully accepted and should be made at www.justgiving.com/gail-day. We thank you for your support.

Morrison’s Easter Art Competition

We are very proud of three of our pupils who entered their beautiful pictures into the competition organised my Morrisons. We congratulate Katy Lyons – Class 8, Jackson Knapton – Class 5 and Hannah Pilgrim – Class 8, who each received a £5 gift voucher to use in the store. Very well done!

Non uniform day

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II celebrates her 90th birthday today. As part of the celebrations we are inviting all the children to wear party clothes for school tomorrow. We are sure that the children will enjoy dressing up for this special occasion and look forward to seeing how beautiful they look in their outfits.

Class of the Week

Class 10 are ‘Class of the Week’ after attaining a level of 99%. Well done!

FABSS – Bingo Night 6th May 2016

Tickets are still available at a cost of £5 each. This includes a Bucks Fizz on arrival and pie and peas. Alternatively a table for 8 people can be booked for £35. For more information or to book please call 07948 998236 or email enquiries@fabss.org.uk

DIARY DATES

Diary Dates

Tuesday 26th April Stay & Learn for Year 1 @ 9am

Wednesday 27th April Stay & Learn for Year 2 @ 9am

Thursday 28th April Stay & Learn for Foundation Stage @ 9am

Wednesday 27th April Year 1 visit to Bridlington Lifeboat Station and Flamborough

May

Tests During this month Y2 children sit end of Key Stage assessment

(An information session for parents will be advertised on our return).

Monday 2nd May May Day Holiday (One day only)

Friday 6th May Fabss Bingo Night

Wednesday 18th May Class Photographs

Thursday 26th May School closes for Spring Bank Half Term

Friday 27th May Inset Day

June During this month Y1 children take the phonics screening check.

(An information session for parents will be advertised on our return).

Monday 6th June Return to School

Friday 17th June Inset Day

Tuesday 19th July School Closes