We hope you have had another pleasant week.
This week in English, the children have been really busy self editing and drafting their final writes. The intended outcome is for children to produce an informative leaflet explaining how to take care of your snowman. The children have worked really hard on what they have produced, linking lots of their science and maths learning, which has given the leaflets a real informative feel. The leaflets will hopefully be out and ready in the office for visitors to look at by the end of next week.
We have been incredibly impressed with the children’s maths learning this week. They were introduced to a new skill for division, which was the bus stop method and using place value counters. Children are already able to divide three digit numbers by 6,7 and also can identify the remainders.
We would like to say thankyou to all the parents who came along to parents evening this week. It was lovely to showcase all the hard work your children have been doing this school year. If you want to follow any thing up or have any additional questions, please do not hesitate to contact the school.
Next Tuesday 3rd December, St Peter’s will be attending an Advent service at Sacred Heart Church in Waterlooville. If their are any parent volunteers who would be able to assist the school with walking the church, please contact the school office.
Also next week, on Friday 6th December the children will be having a Stem day at school, and in year 4 we will be exploring different structures and finding out what makes the strongest bridge. It would be greatly appreciate if children could bring in any resources/material that will be used that day.
- Advent Service Tuesday 3rd December 2019
- Reading passports are due in on Wednesday 4th December 2019
- STEM day Friday 6th December 2019
We hope you have a lovely weekend!
From Miss Jackson-Nash, Miss Honeywell and Mrs Cairns