We all know how important reading is as a life skill and we really want to encourage our children to love reading. We are wanting to increase the opportunities that our children have to be able to read in school BUT we need your help!
Can you spare 30 minutes in a morning to come and volunteer to hear children read? This doesn’t have to be everyday and we can fit around you. This is purely to listen to the children read and to give them that confidence boost with their reading skills.
If you would like to help, please speak to any of the Key Stage 1 class teacher’s to register your interest and tell us when you might be able to help.
On Wednesday lots of our children celebrated their Children’s University Graduation at Doncaster College. The graduates enjoyed lots of fun and treats before donning their caps and gowns and receiving their certificates.
The children behaved in true Plover style and made us all so proud. Thank you to our parent ambassadors for your continued support.
During transition week, we enjoyed sharing the book ‘What makes me a me?’ and then inspired by the book, we created lovely self portraits. We practised our critiquing skills on our first draft, and then we had another attempt. We were really please with the results.
We have been enjoying getting to know each other this week and building our Crew spirit. We have been building our teamwork skills by completing some Commando Jo activities and enjoying our text ‘The Perfect Fit.’ We have enjoyed collecting natural materials to make different shapes and we are looking forward to doing some shape printing and thinking about why we are so unique tomorrow.