Whitley And Eggborough Community Primary School

Chestnut Class

 

Spelling cards

 

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Recommended Reading List

Here is a useful video with how to pronounce the sounds in words if your child is struggling with sounding out words when they are reading and you are wanting to help them with sounding out the words: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EYx1CyDMZSc

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Half Term Information Sheet

 

This half term's Special Mentions 

Spring 2:

Week 1: Everyone had such a great week last week it was so hard to pick just one special mention so I chose 3! Levi got a special mention for settling in so well, and everyone worked so hard to make him feel welcome. Miki and Fletcher also got a special mention for trying so hard to listen carefully and make the right choices, they have made me very proud.

Week 2: Well done to Peyton who got a special mention this week for trying SO hard in her work in all lessons and really believing in herself and not giving up when she found things difficult

 

This half term's CHAS 

Spring 2:

Week 1: Lucy got to take home CHAS for being so kind and caring and helping another child whilst they have been on crutches this week. She has been so helpful and such a good friend.

Week 2: Thea gets to take home CHAS for the weekend for always being caring, helping and sharing and being a wonderful role model to other children, always!

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What we've been doing

Spring 2:

 

We have finished and submitted our short stories for the BBC radio 2 short story competition. I was very proud of their children for their efforts and will be giving out a certificate for them being a part of it this week. 

We have now moved on to looking at non-chronological reports. We have been looking at the features of them and why the features are effective and will next week be writing our own non-chronological report about the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in Pompeii, which ties in with our Mission of 'Extreme Earth'.

 

In Maths, we have been finishing off looking at money and using our knowledge to solve practical every day money problems. 
We are now moving on to looking at statistics and starting with interpreting data from bar charts.

 

In Mission we have we have been looking at the structure of the earth. We have created some models showing the different layers of the earth.

 

In PSHE we are looking at 'Healthy Me'. We have been discussing exercise and exploring why we need to do exercise, what effects it has on the body if we do/do not exercise and have even set ourselves an exercise challenge to help improve our fitness to keep us fit and healthy.

The children had a fantastic world book day, they created some amazing work based on the book ‘The lost words’ which we can’t wait to share with you once it’s finished. The children all looked great in their costumes too!

The children decorated pancakes on pancake day and designed their own pancakes. The winner of the most creative pancake got a prize! 

 

The children loved discussing and seeing pictures from my recent trip to Chernobyl which ties in to our Mission looking at natural disasters and those disasters that are caused from something man made. They had some excellent questions!

 

Last Thursday it was international women's day. We discussed the reason why we have an internationally recognised day dedicated to women and discussed how women's rights have changed through time

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