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Milton Hall Primary School

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Welcome

Our aim is to make every child feel valued and happy because that is when learning is most effective.

Shakespeare Class

Welcome to Shakespeare class

Your teacher is Mrs Rand and your LSA is Mrs Pettitt

                                                                             

In Shakespeare class we are hard working and motivated to do our very best at all times. We always try our hardest in order to succeed and help our friends if they are finding something difficult. Take a look at some of the fun learning we get up to in Shakespeare class!

 

 

In School:

Our PE lessons will take place on a Tuesday and a Thursday. Please ensure that PE kits are in school from Monday to Friday as sometimes there may be late notice timetable changes and we run the daily mile.

 

Uniform:

Please make sure you have the correct uniform.  The only jewellery that is acceptable is a pair of stud earrings and a watch.  All other jewellery must be removed for school.  All jewellery must be removed by the children themselves for PE.  Jogging bottoms are for PE and children should be wearing school trousers at other times.  Girls may wear leggings under a skirt but not on their own.  Children may choose to wear a green fleece, jumper or cardigan in the winter.  Please remember that we have a preloved uniform shop every Friday that sells items of second hand uniform for between 50p and £1.  Please refrain from wearing football shirts during PE lessons as they are expensive.

 

 

At Home:

A reminder that homework is set on a Friday and includes: maths practice and a piece of literacy work that may relate to our topic. Homework is due in without fail on the following Thursday and can be handed in earlier.  If you are struggling with your homework then it is best to do it as soon as you get it so that you can ask us for help.    

 

Reading records must be handed in daily recording what you have read and ideally be signed by an adult who has heard you read.  You should be reading 30 minutes every day including weekends and holidays.  This is part of your homework.  If there is any vocabulary that you do not understand please write it down in your reading record and look it up when you come into school.  Remember to quiz on Accelerated Reader when you finish your book so you can earn as many points as you can towards your next prize

 

 

 

This half-term's question is: does all life begin as an egg?

In our class we have been looking at how life begins.  All students have taken home a plant to look after and care for and watch grow.  We have also adopted 5 caterpillars that we are hoping to watch on their life cycle journey.

 

 

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