Fantastic fractions

 

Class 5 have worked so hard finding halves and quarters this week. We’ve had lots of collaborative work and great challenges. We could not be more proud of you all. Keep it up class 5!

 

Miss Hilton and Miss O’Neill

open the book

 

We had our open the book assembly yesterday and some of the audience got a chance to be part of it! Everyone listened to the story carefully and joined in with the song at the end. Everyone showed our guests how great Green Top children are, we are very proud of you all.

hook week

 

Class 5 had a fantastic hook week making things to decorate our classroom and make it more interesting. We even found out the name of our new book we will be looking at in English. Everyone has come back to school with a really positive learning attitude, keep it up class 5!

 

Thank you

 

Miss Hilton and Miss O’Neill

Support for handwriting in KS1

Hello Parents!

We are working hard at school to develop your child’s handwriting skills. Here are a few simple ways you can help support your child with their handwriting…

1. Practise letter movements

Children get better at producing letters by practising letter movements: big letters on concrete with chalks; little letters in shaving foam; letters in sand, jelly and on paper.

The same is true of joins between letters. If children learn the correct movements for basic joins, they will use them efficiently when writing on paper.

2. Plan handwriting into every day

Try to encourage your child to write something everyday. This could be a shopping list for your weekly shop or writing a story of their own to share with you.

3. Reward all writing

Children need to build confidence in their writing. By rewarding their writing efforts with a simple sticker or tick chart will encourage them to continue writing and build their confidence in their own abilities. We will always give extra house points in school to encourage anything extra your child does at home!

If you would like any support with handwriting or the cursive scheme Green Top follow, please feel free to see me or your child’s class teacher.

Happy writing!

Mrs Hay 🙂