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Welcome to Class 11
Mrs G Parkinson
Have you seen the Kids’ Zone? Play games and visit some cool websites. You can vote for your favourites.
Homework is given on at Tuesday and needs to be returned on a Friday. Please speak to Mrs. Parkinson or Mrs. Doyle if you need any support with your child's homework.
We have P.E. on a Monday. Please make sure your child has a P.E. kit in school.
* White t shirt.
* Black shorts.
* Gym shoes.
Reminder! Please remember to add your child's name in each item of kit.
Please read with your child at home everyday and then record it in the yellow reading log. This will help your child make progress with their reading. Their reading record will also go into a prize draw to win £5!
There are lots of fantastic website for your child to access. There is a direct link to the Purple Mash website from our homepage.
Also try these!
We had a fantastic time keeping fit! The winning country was Great Britain!
We had a wonderful day at the Cathedral and even took part in a service at the tomb of St Cuthbert!
This half term out topic is Beachcombers and we will be learning all about the sea! We will be having a trip to the Headland to see what we can discover in the rock pools!
Have a look at these Power Points to learn more!
Our topic this half term is Wriggle and Crawl! We will be learning about Mini-beasts!
Some parents joined us to make clay mini-beasts!
We me lots of interesting creatures when we had a visit form Discovery Zoo! Brian the Giant African Land Snail was very inquisitive! He even had a char with Mrs Parkinson!
Alisa had a new hair accessory on her bun! An Indonesian Spiny Stick Insect!
Boy George the Chameleon was very friendly!
Wednesday 11th March 2015
We worked with Paul the gardener to find out about plants. Our Parents came into school to help us plant seeds!
Have a look at the lovely photographs! We also wrote book reviews for Gangsta Granny by David Walliams who is our author of the term. You can see some of his other work by looking on his website if you click on the link below.
We became authors as a class by writing a mystery story which we made by using children from our class and our secret objects which we brought from home an opened on the day! You will be able to read the story soon!
We have had a sticky start to HT2 with our Muck, Mess and Mixtures topic!
We have experimented with lots of different materials and got a bit dirty but we had lots of fun!
We went to learn about art and sculpture adn tried out some new ways to create art.
We played "Don't Look Down!". For this we had to draw a partner by only looking at their face!
We tried making art to music! The best artists were the best dancers!
Click on the linke below!
It's a special bond that spans the years
Through laughter, worry, smiles and tears,
A sense of trust that can't be broken,
A depth of love sometimes unspoken,
A lifelong friendship built on sharing,
Hugs and kisses, warmth and caring,
Parent and child, their hearts as one -
A link that can never be undone.
The first topic of the year was Towers, Tunnels and Turrets.
We had a fantastic time visiting Durham Castle and learning all about its history. The Prince Bishop's were very important people and had lots of different coats of arms. Do you know who built the first ever castles? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_the_Conqueror