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Newsletter Issue 14 18 May

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May 4th Newsletter

Newsletter Issue 13 4 May (1)

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Homework Term 2 Week 1

Homework week 1 T2 2016 L2

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Module 3 Newsletter Term 2

Term 2 Module 3 Newsletter

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Term 2 JCPS newsletters

Newsletter Issue 10 13 April

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Homework

Homework is given out each Monday and due back  Friday of that week.

Homework week 7 T1 2016

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Musical Photos

Today in our module we all got to take photos in our costumes for the musical. We all dressed up in the character we will be playing in the musical. It was a very busy morning but we all had a great time posing in our costumes. Well done everyone, you all looked great!!

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Hairy Harrys are living in Module 3!

1. Decorate a small cup

1. Decorate a small cup

2. Put grass seeds into a stocking and then soil. Tie a knot in the stocking so it looks like a head.

2. Put grass seeds into a stocking and then soil. Tie a knot in the stocking so it looks like a head.

Put the tail of the stocking in the cup and have the head sit on the top of the cup.

Put the tail of the stocking in the cup and have the head sit on the top of the cup.

Put some eyes on your Hairy Harry

Put some eyes on your Hairy Harry

Put some water in the cup and remember to water your Hairy Harry with a spray bottle. Give Harry some sunlight.

Put some water in the cup and remember to water your Hairy Harry with a spray bottle. Give Harry some sunlight.

Soon your Harry will grow his hair and you may have to give him a haircut!

Soon your Harry will grow his hair and you may have to give him a haircut!

 

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PANCAKE DAY

Tuesday 17th February was Pancake Day.  We learnt today that Pancake Day is really Shrove Tuesday.  Mrs Hemer explained the history of Pancake Day to all the children.  Mrs Hemer and Mrs Mac helped us make pancakes. They were yummy!

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Reading

In Module 3 we have been learning that ‘READING IS THINKING’. As we read the little voice in our head helps us think about and understand what we are reading.

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