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Last blog of 2018!!!

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We hope you have all had a peaceful and restful Christmas.

We would like to thank you all for your on-going support over the very busy autumn term. We very much have appreciated your enthusiasm, generosity and commitment to the many events and activities that have taken place during the autumn term, as well as supporting your child’s learning journey here at Rettendon. 

We are sure that you will agree that our Nativity performance was a great success. The children sang, acted and spoke clearly and confidently and everyone, children and adults alike, clearly enjoyed themselves. The children were a real credit to you all. 

A huge thank you to all the parents who have helped support with reading this term, you know who you are, and also a big thanks to our class ambassador Mrs Seymour, for her loyal and continued support in helping things run more smoothly. 

Finally, thank you for thinking of us all at this very busy time of year. The gifts and wishes we have all received have been very generous. 

We would like to take the opportunity to wish you all a happy, healthy prosperous 2019. 

Mrs Claridge, Mrs Langton and support team in class 2. 

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Week 6 Autumn Term 2nd

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The assessment data has been collated, and interim reports should have made their way home for the year two children. There will be an opportunity to discuss the reports on the 10th and 11th December during parent evening, year one reports to follow. 

During the week thechildren wrote stories based on, ‘The Owl who was Afraid of the Dark’. You will get the opportunity to read them on the 6th at the ‘Book Look’ session. Looking forward to seeing you then. 

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Brrr!!!! Brrr!!!!!

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After a wonderful autumn, we are now experiencing a cold snap. Please make sure your child has warm clothing to face the elements, especially lunchtime, an hour is rather a long time not to be wrapped up warm. Also, a spare set of clothing would be welcome.

Please could you make sure your child has a mid morning healthy snack, as we do have a very long morning, and tummy’s are usually very hungry at playtime. 

As we hurtle towards December, the children are busy as ever in class. This week we started our geography lessons. The children clearly labelled envelopes with their own address and the schools, and learned what each line of the address represents. Next week they will be thinking about the landmarks in their local environment. 

Rehearsals are beginning for the Nativity performance on the 11th December,  and the children are feeling very excited to show off their singing and acting to you all. The children are becoming very confident, so much so that the scripts are gradually being put away. 

Dates for the diary. Year two parents have parent consultation evenings on the 10th and 11th December. 

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Week Two Autumn 2

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This week we have been preparing our poppies for the installation on Friday, and designed a medal for Sargeant Stubby, a very brave dog who helped in WW1. We had a visit from Fletcher’s grandad who collects WW1 memorabilia, this certainly brought our history lessons to life.

In maths we have been measuring height and length. 

There was also much excitement as the Nativity costumes were brought into the classroom and dusted off in preparation for Class 2’s performance at the end of term. Scripts have been sent home to the children who have lines to learn, thank you in advance. Also, we have enough costumes to provide to all of the children.


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Week 7

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As we come to the close of the first half of the autumn term, we would like to thank you for getting your children to school on time, supporting them with their homework, and listening to them read daily. Reading at home can add years to extra progress, and bring confidence and enjoyment to the rest of the curriculum. If we can continue on this trajectory the children in class 2 can achieve great things.

Thank you also for attending parents evening, it was lovely to meet you. We had some lovely feedback, and we hope you could see the tremendous progress your child has made in such a short time. Also, please remember if you have any worries or concerns contact us straight away, we will always find time to see you.

It just remains for us to wish you a very happy half term, and see you at ‘Book Look’ tonight. 

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