Welcome to the second half of the summer term and the final half term of the school year - the time has flown!
Below are the timetable, medium term plan and homework menu for this half term. Please note that PE and Forest School will both take place on Tuesday and make sure that your child has the appropriate kit with them.
While the SATs and London trip are behind us, there is no let up on the hard work preparing the year 6s for high school and the year 5s for their last year at primary school. Alongside all of that, we will try to have some fun on the way.
As ever, please see me or Mrs Potter with any questions or queries.
Many thanks to Norman Lamb MP for taking time out of his busy schedule to visit Kestrels class today and answer all of their questions about life as an MP, football and (whisper it quietly) Brexit...
A huge well done to all of our year 6s for flying through SATs week. While the hard work for the year is not over yet, they fully deserved their party to celebrate all they have achieved so far.
A huge thank you from Mr Boast as well to everyone who has helped the year 6s: from parents and carers at home, through adults in school to fellow pupils.
Many thanks to Mr Penfold for taking time out of his day to come down to Worstead Village Hall (our local polling station) and speak to our year 5s about the ins and outs of voting, how it takes place and why.
A big welcome to the new year in Kestrels. Mrs Potter and I are looking forward to a fantastic year.
For your information about the year ahead, I attach the usual plans, timetable and homework menu below. Please note that PE for this half term will consist of swimming on a Wednesday afternoon and tag rugby on a Friday afternoon. Weather permitting, we will be outside on a Friday afternoon so please make sure your child has something warm for colder days.
For those with children in year 6, please note that SATs will take place in the week commencing Monday 13th May 2019. I will issue more information about that week nearer the time.
Please also ensure that all of your child’s belongings (clothes, shoes, coats, stationery etc.) are named – this will make life much easier when things are inevitable misplaced.
As always, do not hesitate to see me with any questions or concerns.