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 Kingfisher Class


Welcome back to the final half term of the year! We've had lots of exciting learning opportunities this year but we've got even more to look forward to in this half term. 


This half term in English we will be writing persuasive adverts. The children will have the opportunity to write persuasive adverts to sell toys and become superhero vegetables. We also have our class trip to Wicken Fen at the end of the half term to look forward to- more details to follow soon. 


This term our PE days will be on Monday and Thursday. Please note the change of day. 

Monday- swimming

Thursday- cricket

On these days children should come into school wearing their PE kits. As a reminder, this should be a white t-shirt, black or navy shorts/joggers (weather dependent), and their school sweatshirt or fleece. Long hair should be tied back, and earrings should be covered or removed. Please do not send your child to school in non-school uniform items on PE days, such as hoodies or other sportswear from clubs.


On the first Wednesday of each month, with the odd exception, we would like to invite parents, carers or any family member dropping off a Kingfisher Class child to come into class before registration and sit alongside them for a few minutes.  'Welcome Wednesday' is an opportunity to share in the children's work, read with them, or simply discuss the current learning summarised on our classroom working walls.  We hope this will become a precious and rewarding 10 minutes for the whole school community to get together regularly in class. We hope to see you there!


Please do look at the General Information page where you will find a summary of this half term's learning, an example timetable and lots of other useful information. 


Staff in Kingfisher class:

Miss Dennison- Class Teacher (Monday- Friday)

Mrs McNeil- Teaching Assistant and PPA cover (Monday- Wednesday)

Mrs Nicklin- Teaching Assistant (Monday, Thursday and Friday)

Mr Thompson- Teaching Assistant (Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday morning)