I have updated your Bug Club books to match your colour band, happy reading!
After our lesson on Thursday about creating PowerPoints when we were learning how to change the backgrounds, insert pictures from Google and insert text boxes, Caoimhe and Jasmine have both created their own PowerPoints at home to share with the class!
If any of you want to create your own PowerPoint you can email them to me and I will post them on our blog too.
I am missing you all lots, thank you so much for all my wonderful get well soon cards, they really cheered me up
Hopefully I will be back in school on Monday (fingers crossed) so I look forward to seeing you and the fantastic learning you have been doing whilst I have been off. I have been hearing from Mrs Peersman, Miss Newton and Mr Wall that you have been really well behaved, trying your best and showing everyone at Dobcroft how resilient you can be with all your different teachers. I am so proud!
Please comment below with the favourite thing you have done or learnt whilst I have been off to keep me updated!
PS – If you would like to try some maths problem solving skills that will really challenge your thinking skills, have a look at this website.
Hello Owl parents!
We hope you enjoyed the Maths workshop and found all the resources, explanations and strategies useful to you in helping your child at home with maths. We really appreciated your attendance and all your feedback.
Mrs Raybould, Mys Greatorex, Miss Hughes and Miss Surtees.
Hello Class 7!
We will be performing this poem on Friday 19th December so will be practising a lot at school. The words will be going home as well on Friday as this week’s homework.
Christmas Acrostic Poem
C is for candle giving us light.
H is for holly with red berries bright.
R is for reindeer up and away
I is for icicles on Santa’s big sleigh.
S is for Santa with presents for me.
T is for tree so pretty to see.
M is for Mary the Mother so mild.
A for the angel that sang for the child.
S is for the star that shone so bright.
MERRY CHRISTMAS to all and to all a good night!
Make sure I can hear your beautiful voices, parents are welcome to the church so let’s make sure we put on a super performance!
Hello Owl parents, and a big thank you to all of you who attended the Writing workshop, we hope you found each section useful and helped you understand how to support your child and all the things they have to think about when writing!
Miss Hughes, Miss Surtees, Mrs Raybould and Mrs Greatorex.
It is time for our annual Unusual Reading Competition!
Your holiday homework is to get a photograph of you reading in the most unusual place you can think of. Please email your photos to my email address so I can post them all on our blog.
You should have your photograph in the most unusual, safe place you can think of.
Your face must be covered by the book you are reading.
Your Reading Diary should be in the photograph too.
The competition closes on Wednesday 5th November and the winners will be announced in Year 2 assembly in Wednesday 12th November.
Have fun and good luck! I can’t wait to see all your photos.
On Tuesday we went on a long coach journey to Manchester’s Museum of Science and Industry.
When we arrived we met Engineer Eric and Forgetful Fred, and they told us all about Pender – a steam engine! We learnt about putting coal in the fire box for fuel, boiling the water for steam and how the pistons go forwards and backwards inside the cylinders.
We wrote thank you letters to Engineer Eric and Forgetful Fred telling them all about the fun things we learned at the museum.
Thank you to all the parents and grandparents who came on the trip with us – we really couldn’t have gone without you and you were really helpful!