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Miss Hill

Teacher: Miss Hill
Teaching Assistant: Mrs Frake
Age: year 1-2

Our new Facebook Page!

Exciting news! St Gilbert's now has its very own Facebook Page. We aim to use it to show you all of the fabulous things we get up to in and around school.

The facebook page will not replace any other normal modes of communication. 

Please like, share and enjoy our new page! 

https://www.facebook.com/St-Gilberts-Church-of-England-Primary-School-1100924233347167/ 

Creative Challenge Homework in Year 1 and 2

As we have started in the Summer term, we have refreshed your choices for Creative Challenge homework! We hope the ideas will keep you busy. Remember to choose one piece ready for each date stated on the sheet. You will find a copy of the sheet in your Homework books too!

Click here for the document!

 

Sunny Afternoon Sports

This week, on a beautiful sunny afternoon, the year 1s and 2s had a lovely afternoon being coached by the year 5 and 6 classes. The children all chose a skill to teach, warmed the children up, kept them active and engaged. A lot of fun was had by all! 

Homework

In Year 1.2 we were so impressed with the homework that was produced last term, the children put in lots of effort and imagination! This term we would like to try a new format for creative homework. We will send home a selection of activities which will offer your child a great opportunity for more free choice in their homework. Please see the homework sheet for more details.

 

Our science-based topic this term is 'How does your garden grow?' and we will also be learning about Mary Seacole, a nurse from Jamaica who played an important role in the Crimea. Here are the new homework options, these will also be sent home with your child.

Delicious Chinese Delights!

We were so impressed with your chinese menu homework! We were astounded by the efforts you all went to to research and make delicious chinese food.

Mrs Warner said she is going to have a go at some of your recipes- the other teachers hope she will bring them in for us to try too! Miss Hill is also hoping that her fortune cookie wish is going to come true!

 

 


The inspiration for our class name comes from Winnie the Pooh and Friends written by the infamous A. A Milne. The values of the characters in the books resonate with the supportive friendly attitudes we promote in Milne Class.

Find out more about Winnie the Pooh and A. A Milne here.

"Always remember you are braver than you believe,stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think." -Christopher Robin to Winnie the Pooh.

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