Week beginning 23rd Apri
The children had an interesting walk around St Neots finding out about The Priory that was inhabited by Monks on the site of Waitrose, which was ordered to be destroyed by Henry VIII. We also visited the river, the Market Square and St Mary's church in town. We also had a visit to the museum and were able to have a look around. They were very interested in hearing about the Eynesbury Giant, James Toller who died in 1818 aged 20.
In English we are continuing to look at traditional tales using the book Fig's Giant and in maths we are learning about mental calculations for addition.
Please make sure all uniform is clearly named, that all children have the correct PE kit in school every day and that water bottles for the classroom only contain water. Also during the hot weather please make sure children put sun cream on before coming to school, wear a sun hat and have water with them. Thank you.
Last Tuesday the children enjoyed taking part in different maths investigations both inside and outside the classroom as part of 'everybody calculates day'.
This Tuesday (24th) the children will be having a special assembly about community, followed by a special lesson to incorporate this value.
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