The Final Week in Challenger Class
What a fun end to the week we had! The Easter egg hunt was a cracking way to finish the week and we all enjoyed ourselves. The snow and sleet was an unusual twist but it certainly made it memorable. Thanks to FONS for organising and running this event.
In this last week of term, children will be completing a final assessment in maths and reading, as well as a phonic screening check. They will be fully siupported throughout these assessments according to their needs.
Also this week, children will be finding out about the Easter story and the significance of this celebration. We will find time for some Easter crafts and Easter themed fun to finish this busy term. Children have worked hard and I am very pleased witht the progress they have made.
Well done to the children of Challenger Class!
Special events this week
Cross Country on Tuesday - children should come to school in PE kits. They must have warm layers and a waterproof coat.
Helping Hands Day on Thursday - non-uniform can be worn on this day. Children will be clearing and cleaning an area of he school. They will have PE in the afternoon so non-uniform must be suitable for their football session or alternatively, children should bring PE Kit to change into.
Star of the Term Assembly on Friday and early closure at 1.30pm.
I wish all children and their families a very HAPPY EASTER. Have a great week and a fabulous Easter break.