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Weekly Update - 17th January 2019

16 Jan 2019

I can't believe that this is already the end of our second week back at school - time really is flying! We have had a fantastic couple of weeks, with the children really settling back into routines very quickly and demonstrating great learning. We are also very lucky to have Mr Anson, a student from the HART alliance, completing his teaching practice with us. He has delivered English lessons this week - I am sure the children would love to tell you about their persuasive writing linked to Haribos. Over the next couple of weeks, Mr Anson will continue to teach more of the curriculum, under my guidance, as he settles more into school.

Our topic focus for this half-term is 'India' and always, the children have shown that they respond really well to learning in geography. They have enjoyed exploring maps to find countries and continents and demonstrated great geographical knowledge in our 'big geography quiz'. Who knew that Phnomh Penh was the capital city of Cambodia?! 

In our English lessons our focus has been writing for persuasion linked to a story from India 'Shravan Kumar and his Wife' and our maths focus has been on mental methods for multiplication and division. Children are making great progress with this.


This week as part of our collective worship we have been thinking about Jesus as the water of life
‘I am the water of life’ John 4:13-14
We have looked at the teaching of Jesus and how his voice is portrayed in the Bible. We have also deepened our understanding of the work of Water aid charities, we started our work with these charities in September as part of our Harvest work.
Our Friday wonder is ‘what you can do to bring life to others?’




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