A massive well done to these 12 children for having 100% attendance for the Autumn Term. You all received an invitation from Miss French to the 100% Attendance Disco as well as receiving a special swimming pass to use over the Christmas holidays!
Could you get 100% Attendance for the Spring Term?
Wow! What a busy December we have had at school…
It all started with a trip to the Pantomime to watch Treasure Island. This was a special treat from the charity Variety. We had a party, and we even got to see Father Christmas and got a present from him! Thank you for letting us be part of this special day!
Next it was time for our FS and KS1 Christmas Craft morning – we had over 50 adults come and join us and get into the Christmassy spirit! Thank you to all the parents and carers to came to spend some time with us!
We had been praticising for a couple of weeks so that we could put on a Nativity Performance for our grown ups and friends. We had an amazing time – take a look at some of the fantastic comments we recieved!
We had been busy working like little elves creating snowman puppets, Christmas cards and calendars. Take a look below… can you spot yours?
Finally it was time for our Christmas Party – we even managed to have a special visitor!
We hope that everyone has had a very Merry Christmas and we look forward to what the New Year has in store for us!
Across school, we have been thinking about how to keep ourselves healthy. We have had lots of visitors in school and activities to complete to help to promote a healthy lifestyle. Take a look below to see what we have been up to…
Yoga is a good way to exercise both our minds and our bodies. Check out our yoga moves!
If you want to do move yoga at home, look at Comsic Kids on Youtube for more ideas.
We absolutely loved our Active Mission Session with Errol. It was so much fun trying to get around all of the different activities. Our favourite activity was trying to hit as many lights as we could in just one minute! The record was 32 set by Mateo!
We got to use exercise bikes with smoothie makers on the front to make some delicious smoothies. We had to pedal as fast as we could to blend up the fruit and the yoghurt before we were able to drink them. They were really tasty and it was fun working together to making different smoothies!
Mrs Murch spent some time with us looking at PANTS. Ask your child about what PANTS means.
If you would like more information about the NSPCC campaign for PANTS, please click here.
If you read our class blog a few weeks ago, you will know that we have been learning about Florence Nightingale and would know that there was a very special visitor in school…
Check here out this post to have a quick catch up…
We have made a video to show you just what we got up to with our special visitor. Let us know in the comments sections below what you think!
At Prince Edward, we have changed the way that we complete homework.
This half term we have been learning all about Florence Nightingale and homework this half term was to create something that reflected the learning that the children had taken part in.
Here are some of Pearl class’ entries…
This superstar visited the library with her mum to learn more about Florence Nightingale!
What a fantastic effort – you really were able to bring your learning to life.
We are looking forward to seeing what next half term brings…
This half term, we have been learning how to play football with Ash from Sheffield United Community Foundation. As an extra special treat, Ash came into the classroom to help us with our learning.
We looked at the values that footballers need to have on and off the pitch and how this can help us with our learning in and out of the classroom.
This values are:
We thought about what it meant to play the right way, what it means to be respectful and what qualities we would need to be a team player and/or a captain of a team. We learnt that we can’t always win but more importantly, how to react if this happens.
Thank you Ash, we had a wonderful morning and we will make sure that we are using this values when we are in the classroom.
Another treat for Pearl class was when Craig Malkin from LINKS Sheffield dropped in for an hour and he brought some bikes with him. Pearl class were lucky enough to be able have a quick go and show Craig our fabulous bike riding skills.
Keep your eyes peeled for more information about bike riding in Year 3!