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Class Weekly Update - Summer 2, Week 4 (28.6.18)

Mr Rutter - 28 Jun 2018

It has been a hot and incredibly busy week! We have just had our transition afternoon today. Our current Year 2s had a lovely time in Palm Class and have come back full of excitement. Meanwhile, Year 1 and Reception have been busy getting ourselves ready for September. We all had a fantastic day!
 
We have been busy ‘travelling’ all around London this week. We have completed our Queen’s Hat stories and made our very own guides to London. We chose some places we think people should visit and tried our hardest to convince them to go.
 
As the Queen had lost her hat, we decided to make her a new one! There were some wonderful creations – with plenty of bright colours and patterns (thank you very much to Chloe’s mum for all of the amazing fabrics and feathers).
 
We have also continued to look at weight and mass this week by applying it to following a recipe for bread. We baked some delicious bread and followed the recipe very carefully – we even managed to use some of our capacity knowledge to measure the liquid ingredients too!
 
As we are currently being treated to some lovely weather, please do remember hats and sun cream (the children are able to apply their own sun cream as needed). Children have access to their own cups in school and we are trying hard to keep ourselves hydrated.



  
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