Welcome to class EH
Teachers: Mrs Murphy and Mrs Harris
It is lovely to welcome you and your children to our class web page, we hope you have had an enjoyable and relaxing summer holidays together. Thank you for making sure your children returned to school looking very smart in full school uniform. The children very excited about the year ahead and look forward to sharing their learning with you. Below is some important information about what your child will be learning this year. We hope that you visit this page often to see the progress your children are making and see how much fun they are having.
It is so important that your child attends school every day unless they are too sick to come in. If your child is going to be absent, please ring school to let us know.
Please make sure that your child arrives to school on time (8.55am). Lessons begin the minute your child sets foot into the classroom.
Please ensure your child has the correct uniform and has their name in everything including their coat and P.E Kit. Their school uniform is a reflection on the class, especially when we are out of school or when we have visitors into the classroom. For P.E children should have a white T-Shirt, black or navy shorts and black pumps. We have P.E on Wednesday so please make sure your child has a kit. The children can leave them in school and take them home at half term.
Spellings and Timetables
Every week the children will have a spelling and times table test on Fridays. I understand that family life at home with your children is very busy however, it would be greatly appreciated if you could encourage and help your children to learn their spellings and timetables for a few minutes each day.
Reading is a major focus in your child’s education and we aim to listen to your child read regularly in school. Reading with your child at home is also important; it is a lovely way to spend quality time with them. The children can also read with older siblings. If you have requested a reading book, your child will bring it home with a reading record book. Please encourage and help your child to bring this book into school everyday to give us the opportunity to listen to them in school. It would be wonderful if your child joins the local library, their are so many wonderful activities that take place which are all free of charge. Reading books will be changed on Tuesdays and Fridays.
In addition to reading, spelling and timetables, we will also ask your children to take part in projects related to lessons in class. Further information will be sent out at the time.
If your child needs an inhaler, could you please send it in with a name label and instructions on when to take it.
Talk for Writing - The Captive Celt
The children have been enjoying reading an exciting story set in the Roman times.
They have been rehearsing the story using pictures from our story map. Just look at the children's fabulous expressions. Be warned, the ending is quite scary!