Welcome to Year 3!
You should have received an e-mail today confirming the class's new teachers for Year 4 - Mrs McCormick and Mrs Robinson. The children will spend half a day with their new teachers in the final week of term.
Last week, the class completed their end of year assessments and I am so proud of how well they all performed. At this time of year, I am always impressed with the immense effort the children have put into their work and the progress they have made. A big well done to them all.
We are continuing to practise our songs for the KS2 play. Next week (w/c 8th July), please remember to send in children's costumes (a black or dark grey top and shorts) along with their home made binoculars or magnifying glasses. If you could also name each item to ensure any lost items can be returned to their owner, that would be wonderful.
And, finally, our Great Bread Bake Off will be on Wednesday 8th July. Later this week, the children will be deciding on their final recipe to create their own unique bread. The school will be providing the ingredients for the basic bread recipe and a note will be sent out later this week regarding the specific flavourings that your child would like to add. If parents could provide this ingredient/s for their child, it will allow the children to produce a more individual bread roll, ready for judging in our bake off. I wonder if we have any future Mary Berrys or Paul Hollywoods in our class?!
As always, please e-mail me if you have any questions.