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Always Aiming High – Anelu’n Uchel O Hyd

Class 3

Welcome to Class 3

A big "Well Done!" and "Thank You!" from Mrs Partridge

An enormous well done to all of the children in Class 3 for their brilliant performance in our Christmas Play today. They have all worked so hard to learn our songs and the actions. I am very proud each and every one of them!

 

A big thank you to all mums, dads, grandparents and carers for your support in helping your children to learn their songs and for dressing them so smartly for our play. They looked fantasic!

Spellodrome and Dojo Points

 

A HUGE well done to all children for their hard work on Spellodrome since it was introduced earlier this year, and a big thank you to parents for your support too! We're really pleased to see so many children working hard on Spellodrome each week and achieving lots of points. 

 

To reward hard work, children who achieve 1000+ Spellodrome points by Sunday night will be awarded 2 'dojos' in school on Monday.

Please note that in Year 1, we expect all children to achieve a minimum of 500 points (Monday-Sunday). Children who have not achieved 500 points on Spellodrome will lose 2 dojos. 

Information about Year 1

 

Spellodrome

It's great to see that all children have now managed to log in using their username and password to have a go at learning their individual spelling lists.

 

Every Monday, your child will be given a new list and their score will automatically return to 0. If your child has any words in the 'incorrect' column on a Monday, they will keep the same list for the following week. 

 

We will be monitoring each child's progress and how often they access the site throughout the week and hope to be giving out 'dojos' for children who are trying their best and for those with the most points by the end of the week.

 

Reminder - access through Google Chrome. 

 

If you have any questions at all, please don’t hesitate to come and ask. 
Thank you for your continued support!

 

Reading books

Reminder - Please ensure reading books/diaries are in school every day as we hear your child read at different points during the week.

Reading books will be changed on Mondays and Thursdays. Please aim to read with your child every night if you can (even if it's just one or two pages). Feel free to read books from home (or comics/e-books) too. The more you read, the better!

Once your child has finished their book it would be great if you could ask them questions about it, this will help to develop their comprehension skills. Every time you hear you child read please can you make a note in their reading diary - Books will otherwise not be changed.

Reading reguarly helps your child to develop their confidence and love of reading, their phonic knowledge and it also supports their writing

 

Homework

Your child has been given a Learning Log, which will be used throughout the year for homework. Please see the inside of the Learning Log front cover for how this will be used. Learning Logs will be sent home every Friday. Please return them to school by the following Thursday.

Homework should be childrens' own work. We would much rather see a few sentences that they have written themselves, than lots of printed text that they don't understand and/or can't read back. 

 

PE

PE is on Monday and Wednesday.

Please send PE kits into school with your child every Monday morning. PE kits will stay in school until Wednesday and will be sent back home with your child at the end of the day.

Please make sure all PE bags and PE kit is clearly labelled with your child’s name. If your child has their ears pierced, please ensure ear-rings are removed or taped up on PE days.

One of the skills we are working on is how to get ourselves dressed and undressed for PE. It would be helpful if you could practise at home by encouraging your child to get themselves dressed for school in the morning and into their pajamas for bed. We've seen some fantastic folding of clothes so far!

 

Water bottles

It has been great that so many children have brought their water bottles into school. If your child hasn’t done already, please send them into school with a water bottle with their name clearly labelled. These will stay in school and will be filled up each morning.

 

Snack time

This year the children will have a 'continuous snack' time. This means that they can choose when to have their snack during any part of the morning.

Unless your child has paid to have school fruit this half term, please send them into school each day with a piece of fruit to eat for their snack.

Prickly Hay

 

Songs:

The Stable Hoedown

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=STLtD5LQIX8

Working in a stable (class 3)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tIcyan57JYA

Clip-clop little donkey (class 4)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0QKASfu11YM

Mary's Lullaby

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tjQP8qmQzNQ

Christmas is for you

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k_a37JhdrHg

 

*Please note our actions may vary slightly

A few reminders:

All PE kits need to be in school on a Monday and will be sent home on a Wednesday. Please can you ensure every item is named. 

If you have not already, please ensure your child has a named water bottle in school.

Please can you write in your child's reading diary after hearing them read. We are unable to change their book until you do.

Many thanks!

Forest Schools

 

Just a reminder that Year 1 have Forest Schools on Thursday 21st September, and every other Thursday from then on throughout the school year. Please make sure your child comes to school in suitable, warm clothing. They will need to bring a change of clothes (school uniform) in a bag with their name on. 

  • Ewloe Green Primary School, Mold Road, Ewloe, Flintshire, CH5 3AU,
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