Green Class News
If you are unable to attend Wednesday morning's Easter Celebration and you would still like your child to have refreshments, please send £1 in to school with them on the day. They will be able to enjoy the refreshments with a member of staff unless there is another parent (in the same time slot) who you would like them to join. Please let us know if this is the case.
Happy half term Green Class! You have worked very hard so far this term and I am very pleased and proud of your progress.You deserve a good rest!
Before half term we completed a short topic on Christianity with a particular focus on baptism. Our project was to make a wall hanging to share our learning about the symbols and rituals of baptism. This project also helped to showcase your art skills: exploring dip dye, making relief printing blocks and printing on fabric. You will find your wall hanging in the extension when you return to school but until then here's a photo...
Thank you to those families who donated their tubs for the dip dye!
Have a lovely half term Green Class,
Oh and remember to dress like a pirate on the first day back. I'm looking forward to seeing your outfits! Now, where did I put my pirate hat?
Love Mrs Webb xxx
Hello Green Class,
Mrs Webb xxx
Dear Green Class,
Next week (Wednesday, 22nd January) Year 1 will be attending a gymnastics festival at St John's Middle School in Bromsgrove. Please see the school office if you have not received a letter. Year 2 children (from both Green and Yellow) will take part in a different sporting event later in the year. More details will follow nearer the time.
If you would like any further information, please do not hesitate to see me after school on Monday. I hope you all have a lovely weekend.
Mrs Webb x
Just a reminder that all children need to bring a packed lunch with them tomorrow (preferably in a plastic bag) with a couple of drinks.
Dear Green Class Families,
Earlier this week I sent home a keyword list to help the children to increase the number of words they can read on sight. If you did not receive this list please see me after school on Monday.
The children should read for 10 minutes daily as this has a significant impact on reading progress. Please sign the reading diary when you've heard your child read so we can check this vital piece of homework is being completed.
Mrs Webb, Mrs Fox and Mrs Price