1:1 SEN TA
FOSUA non-uniform day - 21st June
Y5 taster day at St Ives School - 26th June
Transition afternoon - 4th July
KS2 sports afternoon - 9th July (RESERVE AFTERNOON 10th July)
Transition afternoon - 11th July
END OF TERM - 2pm 24th July
Building Learning Power
Our new learning power for this half term is 'Imagination' and we will be looking to inspire all of our children to be as creative and imaginative as possible. This skill will be seen within the different activities that we have planned for the upcoming School Houses Day on June 4th.
Imagination is a skill that can easily be used in subjects such as English, but it is also important to build children's imagination for mathematics problems too - this can allow them to think outside the box and approach problems in a variety of ways. Nrich is a fantastic website to support this - please find the link below.
Spirited Arts Day
On Monday 1st July, Ding Dong class were invited to complete a range of activities based at St Uny Church, Lelant Heritage Centre and the sand dunes of Porthkidney beach, with the intention of encouraging the children to reflect and express their own personal thoughts, responses and beliefs. They had the opportunity to observe the christening of a doll in the Church, spent time reflecting about nature on the sand dunes, and researched the history of some of the graves at the Heritage Centre.
I learnt about people that we cherish now and the people who fought in WW1 for us – Maddison
I enjoyed going to the beach because we found butterflies, beetles and crazy coloured bugs. It was relaxing and calming because we got to lay down, watch and listen to the sea - Mia
I enjoyed going to the grass overlooking the beach. At one point, we closed our eyes and listened to what we could hear. We learnt about bugs, history and even how to christen a baby! All in all, it was a great day and I hope that we do it again sometime – Ollie