Class teacher – Mrs Walker
Teaching Assistants- Mrs Arnold
PPA cover – Mrs Moore and In2Sports
Hello everyone in Winklebury and Silbury.
I hope you are all staying safe and enjoying the lovely weather we’re having. Don’t forget to put on your sun cream and wear your sun hat.
As you know some children have come back to school and we thought we could share our learning with you. It’s very similar to yours J The children who are here want to say Hi to their friends at home so are sending you a wave.
Can you guess from this clue what story we have been using for our learning this week?
Yes, it’s Jack and the Beanstalk.
Here are some of the things we have been learning in Maths. We made a beanstalk measuring post to see who was the tallest and shortest. Can you guess whether Antonia or Connie are the tallest? Is Parker taller than Tilly? I wonder! Who is the tallest in your house?
We also practised ordering numbers to twenty and made some fabulous beanstalks.
We planted some beans this week too. I wonder if they will be MAGIC? I hope SO.
Remember “whatever you do, do it with all your heart. We look forward to seeing you all.
Enjoy your learning from Mrs Walker, Mrs Parr and Mrs Hayward
Welcome to Winkelbury Class
We hope you have had a wonderful summer break and that you are all excited to start school. We are very excited about you coming and have been busy getting you new classrooms ready for you! We have so many new things to learn together such as lots of new routines, getting changed for PE, having school lunch. You will be making new friends as well as seeing our old ones again after the summer.
You will need to remember to bring all our things to school, coats, PE bags, Book bags, water bottles and lunch boxes of you have one.
Our topic this term is ‘Marvellous Me!’ Mrs Arnold and I are looking forward to learning all about you, your interests and things you like doing. We will be talking about all the things we are good at and who your special people are. We will learning and enjoying the story.
You will starting to learn our Phonics and sharing books with our grown-ups at home. We will visit the library and learn all about Harvest. Later on in the term we will perform in our Harvest service.
If you have any questions or concerns about your child's learning and want to find out more ways you can support with their learning, then please do not hesitate to contact us via your child's reading record, or via our office email or in person.
Please click on the links below to find our parent newsletter, topic web and class timetables.