Key Stage 1 and Reception surprised Miss Falcao today with a pre wedding celebration. Miss Falcao is getting married during the summer holidays and we didn’t want to pass up the opportunity of celebrating! The children made cards and gifts, we all learnt a song and we enjoyed party food and a dance. We even had a wedding cake made by a Mrs Dallow! Well done to the children for keeping it a surprise, Miss Falcao really did not have any idea this was happening. Congratulations and best wishes to Miss Falcao and her fiancé.
What a fantastic night we all had. The girls looked so beautiful in their dresses and the boys looked so dashing.
We had the most wonderful 3 course meal, served by all the staff, with a few awards announced inbetween courses.
Your efforts in the Fiver Challenge really did serve you well and a great night was had by all.
Thank you to all the Staff for giving up their Friday evening; including Rachel and Jenny who prepared and cooked 38 stunning meals. To House of Party for a fabulous display of balloons again. We must also say a huge thank you to Mrs Lewis for giving up her day to dress the tables and wash all the glasses and cutlery. Another huge thank you to Mrs Dallow for the beautiful flower decorations. To our lovely ladies from the local college as well as to Amy Langford for styling the girls and boys hair. We are so lucky to have such a talented group of people who pull together to help all of our children.
We had another great week in Lawley, starting off with an enjoyable British tea party for our Inspire Afternoon (see previous post). In English we have written our final recount based on our trip to Rhyl, where children worked hard making sure they included different sentence openers, adjectives and all the information. In Maths we started our final unit on time, with children learning the days of the week, months of the year and looking at before and after. In Science we looked at the sunflower seeds we planted and put into different environments at the beginning of term. The children’s predictions were correct, the seed with light, water and soil grew the best. In PSHE children children worked with a partner to role play a person that helps us. The rest of the class then had to guess the role they were acting out. In PE we have been practising for sports day, making sure everyone is confident and ready. On Thursday we had move up day, everyone had a great morning with all the children excited to tell me all about their morning.
Another busy week in Caradoc! The children all enjoyed meeting their new teacher and classmates on move up day. They also took part in a games session led by Callum Wright, which was great fun. The children know that reading books are available to read at home on Bug Club. The login details are in their reading diaries. It is Sports day on Monday morning, fingers crossed the weather is kind to us. The children have been practising and are very excited. Please make sure they have their P.E. Kits and appropriate pumps or trainers in school and arrive promptly. We hope you can join us!
Our small group of singers that have been attending after school singing club with Miss McCulloch invited their parents to come and see what they had learnt. They put on a lovely little show and should be very proud of themselves. They had a few singers missing due to illness but they carried on regardless. Well Done to Alex, Lily-Ann, Jessica C, Jessica G, Emily, Amy and Roxanne. A massive ‘Thank You’ to Miss McCulloch for coming to teach and play for them.
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Thank you to all parents and family members who attended our Inspire Afternoon today. The children, Mrs Morgan and I had a wonderful time showing you what we have learnt this term. The children enjoyed spending the morning preparing sandwiches, flapjacks, pizzas and chocolate rice crispie cakes, working together and taking turns.
Thank you to you all for your ongoing support.
We have been making the most of the good weather this week and getting outside as much as possible. In English the children have been planning and writing poetry linked to our topic work. They really enjoyed performing their poem! Our Maths work has been focused on problem solving and working systematically. The children have selected their own spellings this week, focusing on words they find particularly tricky. The children have been reminded that they can to log onto Bug Club to access reading books from home.
It’s been a lovely hot week this week, the children have managed well with the heat. In English we have been learning about what a recount, as well as sequencing our trip pictures and using different sentence openers. In Maths we have been looking at coins and notes, trying to learn to recognise the different values and how to add them together. In Science we have looked at the different parts of a flower and a tree, labelling them. In a PSHE we discussed how the lifeboat centre helps people, referring back to our trip.
As our fantastic finish to our topic we are hosting a tea party on Monday. Parents and careers of Lawley children are invited, please do let me know if you wish to attend. The children are all very excited.