This week Class 8 are getting themselves ready for the move to year 3. We practised our silent reading today so that we will be ready to do our daily Accelerated Reading session after the summer. It was lovely to see everyone immersed in a book in their own little comfy spot around the classroom.
Thank you to Mrs Godfrey for coming into talk to the children about food science and what is involved in working inside a food factory. The children found out lots of interesting facts and enjoyed all the different activities. It was great fun dressing up in the hair nets and shoe protectors!
Mrs Godfrey was very kind and brought us some special hairnets and shoe protectors to wear following her food science talk! The children loved trying them on, in fact they loved them so much we even did our handwriting wearing them!!! 😊
Thankyou Mrs Godfrey, the children learned so much and we really enjoyed it!
Thank you to all the family and friends who attended our Year 2 celebration cafe this morning it was great to see everyone. The children had an absolutely fantastic time sharing their theme books with the adults, buying buns, biscuits and flapjacks from the cafe and most importantly eating the delicious treats!
Thanks again for your support, we really do appreciate it.
The Year 2 staff team.
Today we had a wonderful trip to Boston Park Farm. The rain poured all day but it really didn’t matter! We loved every minute!
Well done to KS1 for making it into the Thorne Times. It is great to see our learning celebrated out in the Local Community. We are so proud of you all and the hard work put into the safety boards you created. Well Done!
Last week we were so proud to launch our KS1 safety boards both within school and out in the local community. We had the pleasure of the local Mayor attending and praising the hard work of our Y1 and Y2 children. A group of representatives from each class, their parents, Thorne Mayor and a representative from the Thorne Times attended a small launch in Thorne Memorial Park where one of our safety boards is located. This was followed by a larger launch back at school where all children and parents were invited to attend and celebrate with us. The children have worked incredibly hard on developing their knowledge of road safety, skateboarding, riding a scooter safely and bike safety.
We are so proud of you all and we love seeing our work out in the Local Community.
Well done to all of KS1.