Sometimes, real superheroes live in the hearts of small children fighting big battles.
"Every child has a different learning style and pace. Each child is unique, not only capable of learning but also capable of succeeding."
Robert John Meehan
This year, Mr Farnworth will be your class teacher, with the support of Mrs Neil, Miss Mitchell, Miss M Gibson and Mrs Foster. We are all very excited for the year ahead! Lots more fun and learning to be shared.
Miss Rose Miss Todd Miss Gibson
Koala Bears will have PE on Monday and Friday. From, September, on days when your child has PE, please can they come to school in their school PE t shirts and shorts with their school jumpers and either plain grey / black joggers or school trousers over the top. They can wear black trainers on PE days too but please make sure they have school PE pumps in school to wear for indoor PE. They can also bring a plain black or grey sweatshirt to put on instead of their school jumper for outdoor PE if you wish. School PE bags can be brought back into school.
Outdoor Learning will be every Wednesday morning. Please ensure your child wears weather appropriate clothing and footwear, which you do not mind your child getting dirty or damaged. Children are to bring in their school uniform to change into afterwards.
Please can I ask that you label both your child's uniform and PE kit on their return to school in September. This will make it easier for us to find if it is misplaced. We do have a lot of good quality, pre-loved uniform in school, in a full range of sizes. Please speak to Mrs. Hargreaves in the school office if you need anything.
Across school, we use Class Dojo to communicate information from class but also the wider school. Please continue to check Dojo regularly as their may be some important information relevant to you. Throughout the year, we will update our class page with what has been going in class along with any badge/certificate winners. You can contact me through Dojo and I will reply as soon as I can.
"Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn."