Our final week this half term has been lovely. All the children thoroughly enjoyed our experience day about Afghanistan. We wanted to allow the children to experience what a typical day could be like in Afghanistan. We researched where Afghanistan is located, the capital city and how to greet somebody in Pashto. This experience day is in preparation for us to answer the second half of our Guiding Question Coming to Doncaster: why then and why now? Children will be learning about why people why move to Doncaster and seek refuged.
Watch out for our experience day video!
We hope you have a lovely half term and we look forward to seeing all the children back at school on Monday 1st November
If your child(ren) are self isolating this week due to bubble closures in school, class teachers and support staff will be calling each day to check in with the children. This maybe on an anonymous number therefore can I ask that you answer as it maybe someone from school.
These checks are to have a general chat with the children and to see if school can assist whilst they are isolating.
Once again thank you for your continued support, take care and stay safe.
What a wonderful day it was to have our crew reunited after lockdown 3. All the children have worked incredibly hard over the last few months
online and in school. We are super proud of everyone. All the children were rewarded with a certificate and a yummy chocolate bar. I’m sure they will be super kind at home and share it with you.
Highlight of the day:
In maths we used equipment to help us with repeated addition. It was lovely to see the children sharing the equipment and supporting each other with their number sentences. Keep up the hard work year 2!
HOWL Average: 3.4
Thomas for always staying focused in every lesson, every day
Kira-May for listening carefully in RWI
Kyden for being kind to his crew and teaching children how to play basketball at dinnertime.