Welcome to Robin Class
Class teacher: Miss K Armond
Learning support Assistant: Mrs K McPherson
Our Class Library Day: Wednesday
Our Class Spelling Day: Wednesday
This half-term our PE day is: Friday
Please can your child come into school wearing their PE kit on this day.
Please remember that we change our reading books on a Monday and they should all be back in school on a Friday.
We had an amazing day we had at Runways End! The children had to use lots of their school values including resilience, perseverance, courage and collaboration. I was very impressed with how everyone encouraged and helped one another to complete the activities - well done Team Robin!
We had a very exciting start to the Summer Term! In our classroom we found an old suitcase with lots of interesting items inside. We decided that the suitcase belonged to a 2nd class female passenger who was about to board the Titanic.
We then received a ticket to go on a Titanic experience. We found out about the class system in 1912 through role play and by watching videos. We learnt how passengers were looked after according to their class and ticket type and some of us enjoyed a rather luxurious experience compared to others!
Logan the Dragon
We arrived back after the holidays to a mysterious package in our classroom. We carefully opened it up and found a tiny baby dragon inside.
We have been looking after Logan and made him a bed to sleep in using comfortable materials. Logan then wrote up a letter telling us that he was feeling very sad not being with his family. He explained that he needed us to help him get his magical powers back by creating a potion to help him get back home. A magician delivered the rare ingredients to our classroom including witches warts, volcanic crystals, pickled trolls eyeballs and a storm kelpie's heart.
We used these ingredients to create a potion and then wrote instructions on how to make this potion. Logan ate the potion and he has returned back to his home although we hope he will visit us again soon!
The children have really enjoyed becoming news reporters this term. They found out lots of facts about the Great Fire of London and then wrote their own newspaper report. We talked about the fact that newspaper reports should be read aloud and shared with lots of people so the children practiced reading out their reports to a partner. We talked about how to use our voices effectively in order to grab the listener's attention and using the 5 P's (pitch, pace, power, punctuation and pause) in our voices which the children then tried to incorporate into their performance.