Miss Edwards and Miss Robinson
It has been lovely to welcome the children back to school after the summer holidays. It is wonderful to see how ready and eager to learn they are; complete with smiley faces! The children have settled in really well ‘upstairs’ and are showing myself and Miss Robinson how sensible they are when walking up and down the stairs.
- Spellings will be given out on Monday and the children will be tested the following Monday
- PE days are Wednesday and Friday
- Homework will be handed out each Friday and is due the following Wednesday.
www.ttrockstars.com - lots of exciting times table games
www.topmarks.co.uk – hit the button maths game
www.gonoodle.com – movement and mindfulness for children
- 09.18 - Homework workshop 2.45 - 3pm in Sycamore Class
- 09.18 /02.09.18 - Parents Evening KS2 Hall
- 10.18 - Come in and share for parents and carers 9 -10am
- 10.18 - Sycamore Class assembly 2.45pm KS2 Hall
- 10.18 – Last day of term
- 11.18 - INSET DAY —School closed to pupils
- 11.18 – First day back
Thank you to those parents who were able to make the homework meeting, it was great to meet you and explain this year’s homework expectations. For those of you who were unable to make it this time, your child will have received a newsletter and another ‘homework’ letter detailing the homework, reading and spelling information for this year. If you need another copy, please let me know.
So then, what have Sycamore been up to? Let’s find out.
Thursday 25th October 2018
When we arrived at school this morning, Miss Edwards read us a very important letter from the University.
Andrew Potter, an Archaeologist had requested our help with identifying organic remains…. aka…. POO!
As you know, we have been studying The Stone Age and delving into the horrible histories of this period of time. We were extremely excited when our challenge was to find out which organic remains belonged to which part of history.
We worked in pairs to dissect the organic remains (don’t worry, we wore masks and gloves) to work out which poo belonged to who!
We were given three types of organic remains and three history clues to help us work out if the organic remains belonging to The Stone Age, The Romans or 2018.
Take a look at the fun we had dissecting…