Today, children in Class 3 were wearing blue in support of children living with Type 1 Diabetes. Leon in our class has diabetes and he was telling the whole school about it in assembly this morning.
This afternoon Leon has told all of our class about diabetes and what it means. He talked about checking his blood and the foods he is allowed to eat.
This afternoon Class 3 children decided to swap their fruit to have the same snack as Leon at snack time.
I am very proud of class 3 today, they have shown great teamwork in support of our classmate Leon.
What an exciting second half to the Autumn term we have planned for you!
Firstly, you are very welcome to come and look at the class homework projects on Friday 9th November from 2.45 pm until the end of the day. The children have been very proud of their efforts.
Our topic for this half term is 'toys'. If you have access to any old toys that you would be happy to share with us we would be very grateful if you could bring them in.
We have a Christmas trip planned to Perelthorpe for later in the term and it will be our job to 'wow' you all with a Christmas play at the end of the term.
It is looking like it will be a busy, but really good fun half term and we are very excited.
As always, if you have any questions please do pop in and see one of the Key Stage One team.
Welcome to Class 3.
We are really looking forward to welcoming you all back on Thursday 6th September. Remember that you will now be able to have breakfast in your classroom, so make sure you are there in plenty of time!
Our topic this term will be Superheroes! There will be a topic based homework coming very soon and this will lead to a chance to show off what you have learned at the end of the half term so watch this space.
While we do our very best to keep PE on the same day, there will sometimes have to be changes at last minute so please make sure you bring your PE kit in on a Monday and leave it in school all week.
Key Stage 1 hope to have reading books to send home by the end of the first full week at school and we ask that you read at least three times a week at home and record that you have done so in your reading record.
If there are any parents or carers that would like to come in and hear the children read or help them to learn any other skills then they would be more than welcome. Please see the class teacher if you think you can help out.
Last of all, the Key Stage 1 team are very excited about welcoming you all back to St. Peter's. We will do our very best to make sure the year is the best it can be for everyone. If you have any concerns or questions please come and find us before or after school.
Mrs Thrower, Mrs Shearstone and Miss Wood.