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Diary Dates  

MAY

10/11th - Y3 Osmotherley Residential

11th - Rowan Class Forest School Visit with Wolf 1.00-3.00pm (Parents welcome)

14th - SATS Week

18th - Hazel Class Forest School Visit with Wolf 1.00-3.00pm (Parents welcome)

24th - Y4/5 Big Dig Trip

25th - Sports Day

 

JUNE

4th - Friends Meeting 8.00pm at The Wheatsheaf

8th - Chestnut Class Forest School Visit with Wolf 1.00-3.00pm (Parents welcome)

14th - New Starters Evening

15th - Oak Class Forest School Visit with Wolf 1.00-3.00pm (Parents welcome)

21/22nd - Y4/5 Happy Fest Residential

24th - Duck Race

27/28/29th - Y6 London Residential

29th - Buddy Picnic

 

JULY

2nd - Transition Week

5th - BBQ & Summer Fair

10/11th - Parent Structured Conversations

17/18th - Y6 Production 2.00pm & 6.00pm

19th - Deer Shed KS2

20th - Leavers Assembly 1.00pm

School Closes 2.00pm

 

 

 

  

 

Rowan Class- Year 4 and 5

 In Rowan class the children work independently and collaboratively to challenge both themselves and each other. In English, children are applying their skills whilst continuously editing and improving their own and others, recognising that feedback helps them to improve. Children are immersed in high quality texts and a range of genres to excite and interest them through our 'Learning Adventure' themes. 

In maths, the children have confidence with accessing their own level of challenge. The children are continuously using their reasoning skills, having to explain 'why or how' about a range of mathematical representations and concepts. Often Rowan and Oak class work together to develop our reasoning skills. This has led to the children using a more specific and sophisticated vocabulary when reasoning and problem solving.  

Our 'Learning Adventure' lessons provide children with unforgettable experiences, hands on, inspiring and relevant learning, which is led by them. Children are using their enquiry skills to extend their learning and work together to develop their team work skills. This year Rowan and Oak class will be pen pals with children from Lady Eva's Community Primary School in Kenya. Global skills and knowledge is also linked into our 'Learning Adventure' themes to make this learning meaningful and real.