We have started to learn some Christmas songs in Collective Worship today ready for our Christingle service. Please continue to enjoy these with your children and they will teach you the new signs they have learnt.
This week we have been learning to sing and sign during our Collective Worship. The children have really enjoyed the new songs and singing in rounds too! Here’s the links so you can join in at home.
On Wednesday afternoon, Class 4 shared their learning with the school in their Class assembly. Thank you to all the parents/carers for joining us – we really enjoyed sharing a selection of the fun we have in school.
Today, the School Council welcomed visitors to our school from Kelvedon St. Mary’s Primary Academy. The two School Councils worked together on school improvement matters. Thank you to the team of children for being fantastic hosts and celebrating all our achievements and ideas here at Tolleshunt D’Arcy.
Today, the whole school fell silent at 11am as part of our Remembrance Services. Class 4, attended their service at church led by Revered Sarah-Clare. Thank you Edward and Caitlyn for your beautiful readings in church.
Today, we have been looking at the festival Diwali. We linked our story sequencing skills and the use of FANBOYS to a lovely story called Dipla’s Diwali. Then, this afternoon we went outside with Miss Albone to create some beautiful Rangoli patterns.
This week has been very exciting in school and we have all been learning about how to keep ourselves and others safe! Thank you to all the team for organising all the fun activities. Well done to all the children for being so responsible and working together to help each other achieve!
What a lovely way to end our week! We finished off our lovely week of learning with a scavenger hunt around our school looking to make our own twist on the Scarecrows wedding list. Their list was linked to their farm and the surroundings, so we changed a few things to make it more autumnal…. Read more »
This weeks spellings are: little, all, just, have, with, about, their, there. These may look easy but these have been taken from the children’s writing books where they are not using the correct spellings whilst writing. My Maths homework is due and new my maths homework will be on Wednesday. I will chase for this… Read more »
This week in Class 2, we are putting our focus on Harvest and why we celebrate it. To start off our learning we are reading a brilliant Julia Donaldson book called The Scarecrows’ wedding. We have started making a story board about this story and did lots of sequencing this morning too. We were very… Read more »