What a busy week! We have had two parents evening [thank you all for those who attended – those who didn’t due to prior arrangements please feel free to see me when you can] and the children have had two sporting events! The school day continues to be an action packed day so rest up children and have a lay in, you have earned it!
Remember your pyjamas for swimming next week and don’t forget your costume or trunks too!!
It was a very quiet afternoon in 5K as half the class was participating in an athletic event. Mr Whitfield and the pupils seemd to have enjoyed the afternoon out – hopefully we had some winners! Either way I am sure our children were good sports and represented the school in a good light with their best behaviour as always!
Today, these children recorded with Trax FM as part of their little school project. Next week, from 3:30pm-4:00pm the children will be on the radio every day, answering questions and telling jokes for the whole week. They were all fabulous and I can’t wait to tune in!
I had an interesting conversation with a group of my children on Friday. They wanted to know if I remember the moon landing in1969.I softly pointed out [through gritted teeth] that I was very young at that point so would not remember it however my mum might. We then discussed if any members of their families might remember it so calling all Nans and Grandads! Do you remember the 1969 Moon landing? If you do could you write some points down for your grandchildren to share in class.
A huge hello and welcome to Plover Young Voices blog!
What a fantastic day we’ve had! The children have been brilliant throughout the day. The whole experience from beginning to end was amazing. The children sang like angels, the music was uplifting and it was an experience the staff and children will never forget!
First week back has been completed. The children have really enjoyed hook week and the creative activities we have completed. The solar system model is in place and everyones rocket has launched around the classroom. The pupils interest in this topic has been brilliant ! The only thing missing from the classroom is a rocket model, a space probe or a satellite model if any parents and children are feeling really creative???