Our School Remembrance Heart
We hope that you have noticed our Remembrance heart at the front of school. On Wednesday, we all wrote a message on a ribbon to someone dear to us who has died, or a fallen soldier if we had not gone through any bereavement in our lives, and tied it to the heart. This weekend will be full of Remembrance for all the soldiers who have given their lives in past wars. Please help us to raise money for the Poppy Appeal by buying poppies at the start of school near the side entrance. Thank you.
Well done to everyone who took the time to find out 10 facts about Roman homes for their homework. Before we started making Roman mosaics this afternoon, we shared our facts with our partners and then with the class. There was some very interesting information for everyone!
This week in Science, we have been thinking about why we have skeletons. We now know they are there to give us strength and support as well as protect what is inside us such as our heart, lungs and brain. Today we drew around each other then filled in where we thought the bones are inside us before labelling the names of some bones we know and finding out about other bones we had not heard of! It was a brilliant day.
Welcome back to Term 2- an action packed term as we lead up to Christmas.
Please can all children have suitable outdoor PE kit including warm long joggers and a jumper/hoody. A spare pair of socks is also needed for girls who often wear tights as these need to be taken off for PE. Thank you.
Holly Class Roman Museum Afternoon
Our provisional date for our Roman Museum Exhibition is Tuesday 5th December from 1.30-3.15. We would like to invite all parents/grandparents/carers to join in an afternoon of activities including a 'museum' exhibit of all our Roman work. Whilst awaiting your turn for a guided tour around the museum, there will be many activities for you to try to find out more about what we have been doing since September. We do hope that you are able to join us.