Wow... that is the end of the academic year. You have all done absolutely brilliantly and we are so proud of every single one of you in team Seahorse. Year 1's it has been amazing to see you grow this year and I am so excited that I will be able to teach you all again next year in Year 2. Year 2's you are all super stars. We have been so lucky to have you this year and we will miss every single one of you now you are going into Year 3. Your new schools are so lucky to have you joining them. Remember to shine bright and to always follow your dreams. This has been my first year as a class teacher and I will never forget any of you and all the fun and laughs we have shared throughout what has been a tricky but successful year.
ENJOY YOUR SUMMER!
That is the end of the half term. This is our first full half term in a long time and the children have been amazing. I love this topic because the children reflect on what is going wrong in our world and are then inspired to make a difference. Plastic pollution and the bee population declining is a serious problem and the class have wanted to help change this. We now have one half term left. The curriculum leafleat and knowledge organiser are above, so please have a read and talk to your children about the keywords and what they mean. We hope you all have a great half term. Don't forget that the first day back is a dress up day. An email has been sent out about what to wear. See you in June super Seahorses!
WHAT A HALF TERM! I first would like to say how proud I am of my class. This has been one crazy year but every child has settled in beautifully and have made huge progress this half term. We have loved our space topic and seeing the class so keen to learn more has been brilliant to see. It has been such a great first half term for me at Eling Infant school and to be able to work with such an amazing group of children has helped us all settle in. I hope everyone has a great half term. Above will be the curriculum leaflet and knowledge organiser for our Autumn 2 topic 'Amazing Animals'. Please have a read to see what we have planned next half term.
We have also said good bye to Miss White, who we will all miss. We can not wait to hear all about the baby when she arrives!
See you after half term,
Hello and welcome back! What a brilliant first week back we have had with our new Seahorse Class! My name is Miss White. Mr Neal and I are the Seahorse class teachers. We also have Mrs Moore and Mrs Postlethwaite, who are the class teaching assistants. The children have all come back to school amazingly, have picked up our routines quickly and are already settling in so well! We have enjoyed getting to know each other and look forward to a fantastic year together.
We are going to upload a virtual 'meet the teachers' video, so next week we will let you know when this is online. The video will give you advice about reading, homework and other questions normally asked at this time of the year. If you have any questions before then, we can chat before or after school outside the classroom door. Please have a read of our curriculum leaflet and knowledge organiser, which has been emailed to you, to find out about our new topic next week. I will put them above this paragraph and send them out on paper.
We are looking forward to working with you and your child this year,
The Seahorse Team