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Check back here to see what has been happening in Cedar Class.
Miss K Andrews
The children have worked SO hard this half term! Well done to everyone on what they have achieved, you have been little stars!
Miss Harding and I would just like to take this opportunity to thank you all for your continued support and to wish you all a very happy Easter and a well earned break!
We look forward to seeing you back at school on Tuesday 23rd April ready to study our new topic...
More information about this to follow, we are very excited!!
We hope the Easter Bunny brings you lots of eggs and happiness!
The Cedar Class Team!
Check out our pictures of all the fun things we have learned!
This week we have learned the following sounds;
a-e as in take
e-e as in theme
i-e as in kite
o-e as in phone
u-e as in flute
We have now learned all the phonic sounds! HURRAY!
I look forward to seeing you at the phonics workshop next Tuesday! Please send your reply slips in, so I can prepare for how many people will be attending.
Another Great week in Cedar Class.
This week we have focused on telling the time and can read O'clock and Half past times! Any time you spot these times on the clock, make sure to ask your children.
This week we have learned;
'ph' as in dolphin
'ew' as in screw
'oe' as in toe
'au' as in haunt
'ey' as in key
By the end of next week, we will have learnt all the phonic sounds! Very exciting!
We will not be testing spellings in Cedar Class. Spellings can confuse children and I want to put as little pressure on them as possible whilst we can. This being said, 'Tricky Words' are a vital part of reading and should be practised at home. The phase 3 and 4 tricky words can be found in the back of your child's reading record (a separate stapled sheet).
Have a lovely weekend!
See you all on Monday!
We've had another awesome and busy week!
Monday we went on a trip to the local shops ready to write our information leaflets! It was very cold and windy but the children mostly managed to stay in good spirits. (hehe)
We drew the shops, found out information and drew a map of our journey. Thank you to all the parents and family members who joined us!
Today was Red Nose Day and the children looked fabulous in their red clothes. We had lots of fun sorting coins and we made a Cedar tree out of the coins the children had brought in. We Raised £50.09 in spare change! (This is before we added the £1's donated for non uniform)
We have learnt the following sounds this week
ue as in glue and avenue
aw as in claw
wh as in whisker
Thank you for your continued support.
Have a great weekend!
This week we have been extremely busy.
Tuesday saw us celebrating Pancake day and the children enjoyed both savoury and sweet pancakes at lunch time (the evidence of which was written alllllll over their faces!) We flipped our phonic sound in frying pans to practise learning it! This week we have learned;
ea as in sea
oy as in boy
ir as in girl
Thursday was world book day, what incredible costumes! The children enjoyed a myriad of different activities, including designing their own front cover, looking at the features of non fiction books and writing their own blurbs, extreme reading and den making with Sycamore Class!
Then on Friday, We took part in Earth Hour, our Digital Leader Lily worked with the other Digital Leaders in the school to look at our energy consumption in the school. Lily was tasked wit turning off all our appliances! Lights, computers, monitors, plugs etc. With no lights and no computers, we decided to take our sketch books outside and have a go at sketching plants as part of our science topic 'Plants'. We found it tricky to draw what we saw, rather than what we thought we saw. This is something we will continue to practise!
Have a fantastic weekend! See you next week!