Written by our Fuji class reporter this week:
This week has been jam-packed with end of term activities. This week, Fuji got to do some pretty cool things:
– All of us finished our writing showcases about an image of a family in the forest.
– We did a Book-athon where we got to show and share wintery and Christmas-y books.
– We got to watch the receptions’ nativity!
-And even got to flex our creative muscles in an art lesson.
In Maths, we got 6 square pieces of paper and with no glue, or anything (except paper) we had to make a cube! Some of us managed it!
Then we did an E-safety lesson where we learnt about how to keep ourselves safe online. One of the things we learnt is that if you are on the screen to much it won’t help you sleeping!
We have been learning about how to keep ourselves safe online this week.
We have covered:
Minimum age for Tiktok users (13), Minimum age for Fortnite (Rated 12)
We’ve spoken about how important it is that we communicate to a trusted adult whenever anything worries us. We’ve also spoken about how, to keep ourselves safe when we are online, we should be supervised by a trusted adult. We discussed a couple of different scenarios which we recommend that you discuss with your child.
We used a resource about Tiktok from the checklists on this page: https://swgfl.org.uk/resources/checklists/
Guided Reading: We have chosen the text Malamander by Thomas Taylor for Spring 1. The story is a brilliantly plotted mystery swirling with secrets, myths and the enigmatic residents of one unforgettable sea-side town. Once again if you are able to buy your child a copy to have in class: https://blackwells.co.uk/bookshop/product/Malamander-by-Thomas-Taylor-author/9781406386288 (available from other retailers also) it would be really useful to support their learning. Thank you.
For our topic Wonders of Life Habitats and Humanity, we would like each child to have a small notebook to record their observations. If any family has a spare notebook or 2 (ideally A5 size) that they would be prepared to donate, please could the children bring them into school before the end of term.
Many thanks, and wishing you a restful weekend