This week, KS1 held a bake sale for FS and KS1 to continue to raise money for Sheffield Children’s Hospital. Click here to see what we did on our first fundraising event.
Y2 decided that they wanted to make chocolate crispy buns.
We worked together as a team to follow a recipe, help each other out and make the tastiest chocolate crispy buns ever!
They tasted yummy!
A massive thank you to all of the parents and carers in FS and KS1 who helped to make the Bake Sale such a success with their kind donations. We made a grand total of £88.00. This money will be added to the previous money raised for Sheffield Children’s Hospital.
We are so lucky to have the second Y2 winner of the Pride of Prince Edward in Pearl class. Look at how smiley he is!
Here is why he won the award:
You are such a deserving winner for this award. You are a kind and polite little boy, you try hard with all the activities you complete and you wow the adults in Pearl class with your super attitude to learning. Fantastic effort, well done!
This year, we are helping to raise money for Sheffield Children’s Hospital and we have lots of events planned throughout the year to help us to raise the most money possible. This money will go and support poorly children and their families to help give them a better quality of life whilst they are in hospital.
Click here to find out more about The Children’s Hospital Charity.
Friday 6th October 2017 was our first fundraising event and we had a non-uniform day. Everyone came to school dressed in their brightest and boldest colours. By the end of Friday, school had raised an amazing £215. Thank you to all of our parents and carers for supporting such a worthwhile cause.
Keep your eyes peeled for letters coming home soon about more fundraising events and how you can support them.
We are so proud of the first person in Pearl class to achieve the Pride of Prince Edward award this year.
This is why you have won this award:
Miss Varley wrote: I am so pleased to have you in my class. I couldn’t imagine my classroom without him. He always tries so hard with everything that he does, always has a smile on his face and is someone who never gives up no matter how tricky he may find it.
Will you be the next person to win it?
At the top of the homepage, you will see a tab called Newsletters.
Click on the link and scroll down to see the Y2 newsletter for Autumn 1.
This will tell you all that we are going to learn about this half term.
We have Forest School sessions this half term. Please remember to come to school in suitable outdoor clothing and footwear no matter the weather.
This week, we welcomed lots of new faces into Pearl class and we are so excited about the year ahead. We would like to say hello to all of our new families and friends as well. We hope that you enjoy reading our blog this year.
Here are a few reminders for the weeks ahead… If you have any questions, please speak to Miss Varley in class.
PE is every Thursday. Make sure your child has a PE kit on their peg (burgundy t-shirt, black shorts and black pumps) This can stay on your child’s peg and go home at the end of half term.
Special Mentions Assembly every Friday at 2.30pm in the hall. Y2 dates are: 8th Sept, 22nd Sept, 6th Oct and 20th Oct.
Library visits are on a Wednesday every fortnight at Manor Top library at 11am. Dates so far are: 13th Sept, 27th Sept and 11th Oct.
We have a trip planned for Thursday 28th Sept to the Yorkshire Sculpture Park linked to our sculpture art project – Keep your eyes peeled for the letter.
This half term we are learning about the explorers Neil Armstrong and Robert Falcon Scott.
Click here to learn about Neil Armstrong. Click here to learn about Robert Falcon Scott or use the Internet to find out about each explorer and why they are famous. You can comment below with any information you find.
Over the past few weeks, we have been having a taster of what it is going to be like in Y3. We are moving up into Aquamarine Class in Y3 and our new teacher is Miss Croxall. Our new teaching assistant is going to be Miss Beckingham.
Lots of things are going to be different next year. We will have a different classroom, a different cloakroom to put our things away in and different toilets to use but most of all, we have to go up some stairs to get to our new classroom.
Click here to check out Aquamarine class blog here to find out what they have been up to this year. All the exciting learning that we will do in Y3 will be on this blog too.
We are very excited to becoming Y3s but we will miss Miss Varley and Miss Morris.
The final piece of homework given is to be completed over the holidays. Can you do any of the things on the list below? Send some photographs and a message to Miss Croxall to let her know all of the fun things that get up to in the holidays.
They could be:
- Ride a bike in the sunshine
- Visit the seaside and look at how it different to Manor Top
- Go in the garden on a bug hunt.
- Visit the library and take part in the Summer Reading Challenge. Click here for more information.
- Eat an ice cream with your friends
- Have a sleepover
- Eat a picnic in the park
Any photographs or messages can be sent to email@example.com