Democracy week started with a fantastic assembly led by Anthony Rowlands, a local Councillor, who taught the children the type of ways he represents the Cunningham area.
The children then held a vote to decide which clothes they were going to wear on Friday. The most votes were for ‘own clothes’. It was a democratic land-slide!
Remember that next Friday, our last day before the half term, is also a non-uniform day. Children need to bring in a £1. It’s also CHIS cake sale after school, so be prepared with cakes for Friday morning and loose change for some sweet treats after school.
Next week will also be Parent’s Consultations, Wednesday and Thursday evenings. If you haven’t already signed-up, please do so.
In Maths we have continued creating subtraction equations, but these have progressed to worded problems and the children having to create their own equations.
In Literacy, we have planned our own story about a character who is sad because they don’t have any friends. Luckily, your children are so kind , they have planned to make their friend’s happy!
Finally, Alex Sage a parent Governor joined Purple Class this week to observe their Science learning. He was amazed at their knowledge about trees and how they change with the seasons. Maybe your child will impress you this weekend with their knowledge!
Best wishes for a very happy weekend. Both Mrs. Haynes and I are attending weddings, so let’s hope the sun shines.
Mrs. Haynes & Mrs. Caramelo