Where's my Mummy?
This week we have been learning all about the mummifying process! Badgers followed step by step instructions to make real mummies. The process was very gruesome but we loved wrapping up our friends and pretending to remove their brains!
School starts back on Monday 30th October. We looking forward to welcoming you back after a well deserved week off!
Please remember to keep practising your spellings and reading at home. Golden time is very popular amongst the children and is a great way to reward them for their hard work at home
Fly me to....... Tutankhamun!
In term 2 we will be learning all about the awesome Egyptians. This will be a really exciting topic where the children can really develop their knowledge of Ancient Egypt and the lifestyle of an Egyptian.
Thursday 2nd October - Flu Jabs
Monday 6th October - INSET DAY
Wednesday 8th and Thursday 9th November - Parents Evenings
Monday 13th November - School Photos
Friday 17th November - Children in Need
In Badgers we have been thinking about the importance of recycling.
We decided to go on an adventure around the school on a rubbish hunt. We used litter pickers to help us to clear up any rubbish we spotted!
This week we have been super busy and active. We started off the week by completing a workout live with the Body Coach Joe Wicks. It was so much fun!!
On Tuesday we were very lucky to be able to take part in some Bollywood dancing. We really enjoyed ourselves and learnt some really cool dance moves! Check us out!
It is essential that children read at home on a regular basis.
Every child has their own reading record and reading book.
In order to receive "Golden Time" on a Thursday afternoon, you child must have read at least 4 times at home in the past week. This must be recorded within their reading record and signed by an adult.
The children are responsible for changing their own reading books at school and should know what type of book they should be reading.
Spellings are handed out every Thursday into their spelling books. Please encourage and test your child on their spellings, reading for a test the following week.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask Miss Holliday!
Welcome to Badger class
This year the Badgers will be taught by Miss Holliday and supported by Mrs Eggleton-Gibbs.
We are looking forward to welcoming and meeting you all in September.
This term we will be focusing upon a whole school topic of "One World".
Badger class will be looking and learning about the many countries within our world and the different climates and weather conditions. You may have been to a new or different country over the summer holidays, like Miss Holliday did.
Recycling will also be looked at and how this can really help to look after our world. We will be collecting and using recycled materials to create 3D models and pieces of clothing within our DT lessons.
This term Badgers will be having PE lessons with Mr Parish on a Friday afternoon. Please ensure your child brings to school a full Willowcroft PE kit, ensuring that it is very clearly labelled.
Please do not hesitate to talk to Miss Holliday or Mrs Eggleton-Gibbs if you have worries. We are very approachable and will be happy to help.
Alternatively you can meet us properly and ask any questions you may have during our "Meet the Teacher" session afterschool on Wednesday 13th September.