Summer Holiday Activities Club

Dear Parent/Carer,

We have some fantastic news!  A holiday club will be running here over the summer holidays.  This is free to students receiving free school meals. Click on the flyer Telford- JF.

This is a fantastic opportunity so please get booked in, before it goes out to the wider public!

Kind regards

Year 3 05.07.24

This week year 3 have had a fun and exciting week after having Mr Egypt visit them on Tuesday. They were all Ready, Respectful and Safe and were a credit to the school.

In English we wrote our own version of the Egyptian Cinderella.

In maths, we looked at Roman Numerals and time and carried out lots of activities based on time and created our own clocks.

In History we looked at structures from Egypt and the buildings built now, and compared them.

In reading, we looked at texts and answered questions about them using our inference skills.

Have a lovely weekend.

Miss Azzopardi and Mr Baker.

year 3- 21.06.24

Year 3 have had another fantastic week and, as always working with all their heart.

In maths, we have been learning all about money and we used money and made our own shop, giving change and working out how much more money we need.

In English, we started our narrative story writing on the ‘Egyptian Cinderella’, we talked about

In science, we continued our topic of animals including humans and talked about a healthy diet and why this is important.

A reminder that our Egyptian workshop is fast approaching- this is held in school on Tuesday 2nd July. If you haven’t already done so, please contact the office for further details on how to pay.

Have a lovely weekend,

Miss Azzopardi and Mr Baker

 

 

Year 3 newsletter

Year 3 have had a busy week!

In English we were continuing to learn all about persuasive writing. We wrote a letter to Mrs Cross using all the features of persuasive writing.

In maths, we have learnt all about money, this included; finding amounts of money, ordering money and giving change.

In History we looked at , and labelled significant areas in Egypt included the Valley of the kings and the pyramids of Giza.

In reading, we used our inference skills to answer questions about a text.

In science we started a new topic called ‘animals including humans’. We recapped what a herbivore, omnivore and carnivore was and researched using the laptops to find out lots of animals diets and wrote them down.

Have a lovely weekend,

Miss Azzopardi and Mr Baker.

Year 3 newsletter 07.06.24

Year 3

Year 3 have had an amazing week this week, and are working with ‘all their heart’ in all their lessons.

In English we have been learning all about persuasive writing and their features. We used for and against when writing our letters. We also included; alliteration, emotive language and rhetorical questions in our work.

In maths we learnt all about fractions of objects/amounts. We had to work out lots of 2/3 step problems involving fractions.

In Reading we used dictionaries to find the meaning of unfamiliar words in our text and why these words have been used.

In History we found out that pyramids are not all built the same, we learnt about a step pyramid, a true pyramid and a bent pyramid and talked about the similarities and differences between them.

Have a lovely weekend 🙂

Miss Azzopardi and Mr Baker.

New books!

Dear Parents/ Carers,

A little while ago we held our annual book fair. From the books that were bought, our school gained reward points that we were able to spend on brand new books for the whole school. The children spent time in class, selecting the texts that they would like to read. A very exciting delivery came this week! Here is just a small selection.

Thank you to all of our families who have made this possible. We know the children are extremely excited to get reading!

Mrs Smith

(Reception Teacher and Reading Leader)

SPORTS DAY 28th JUNE 2024

    

Sports Day- Friday 28th June 2024 – take two!

 Dear Parents and Carers,

We are again so excited to have you back in school for our EYFS, KS1 and KS2 Sports Day and Family picnic.

 TIME :

  • LKS2 (Year 3/4) 9.15am-10.30am (Gates open 9am)
  • UKS2 (Year 5/6) 10.45am-12.00pm
  • Reception & KS1(Year 1/2) – 1.30pm-2.45pm

 Enter: Gates by Main Reception (Reception and Year 2 entry and exit gates) PLEASE SIGN IN AND OUT

 All parents are to stay within the designated seating areas during the sporting events and should not attempt to cross the tracks to your child/ren.

Toilets

In order to ensure safeguarding of our children, parents will not have access to the school building. Port-a-loos will be provided on site.

Behaviour Expectations

We are all here to celebrate all our wonder children’s sporting success and ask that you ensure that you are celebrating with each child as they follow our school vision at working at everything with all their heart. We would also kindly ask that any younger siblings are supervised at all times (avoiding running on tracks). 

Smoking and Vaping

Can we remind you that John Fletcher of Madeley is a smoke free zone, this incudes vaping. We politely ask that this happens off site, away from school grounds.

Fire Alarm

In the event that a fire bell should go off, please allow the adults to deal with the children in line with our Fire Safety Procedures. Assemble at the top end of the field, by the forest, in an orderly manner and await instructions from members of SLT. At no point should you attempt to enter the building.

Drinks

Children are not allowed fizzy drinks or energy drinks.

Photographs and Phones

We have some vulnerable children who are strictly forbidden to have their photographs taken for child protection and other reasons.  No phones are allowed to be used in our school site, please.

Family Picnic

One of the highlights of our Sports Day is the opportunity for families to have a picnic on the school grounds together. All the pupils will join you on the field at 12:15pm and return to the class at 1pm to facilitate playtimes, registration and preparation for the afternoon events. At 1pm pupils will be brought in their classes to the areas and will return here at the end of the picnic.

Although we appreciate some parents may have children in various year groups, we are going to have designated areas that you can sit in to ensure that you have enough space for your picnic. This map should help.  You can choose the most appropriate place for your family group, if you have more than one child.

We look forward to seeing you all on Friday 28th June.

 

Best wishes,

Miss Azzopardi

PE Lead

Year 3 Newsletter- 24.05.24

Year 3 have had an excellent week!

In maths, we have been learning to add and subtract fractions. We are also practising our times tables each day and working on our division facts.

In English, we finished off our play scripts. We practised in small groups then acted them out to the class.  We used the script from the Egyptian Cinderella that we have been learning in our reading sessions.

In science we looked at the eye and the damages the sun can cause. We then designed our posters about keeping our eyes protected in the sun.

In History we looked at ancient civilisation and made a timeline to show how far back the Egyptians were.

Have a lovely half term (we hope the sun makes an appearance), see you on Tuesday 4th June.

Miss Azzopardi and Mr Baker.

KS2 Healthy Snack Reminder

Dear KS2 Families,

As part of our ongoing commitment to promoting healthy eating habits among our children, we encourage them to bring a snack to enjoy during break. We ask that these snacks be limited to healthy options such as fruits and vegetables. Ideal choices include apples, carrots, celery sticks, bananas, and other similar nutritious snacks. These foods not only provide essential vitamins and minerals but also help maintain energy levels and concentration throughout the school day.

Please avoid sending snacks that are high in sugar, fat, or salt. Examples of such snacks include sweets, chocolate bars, crisps, and sugary drinks. By providing healthy snacks, we can work together to foster better eating habits that will benefit our children both now and in the future.

Thank you for your cooperation and support.

Kind regards

John Fletcher of Madeley Primary School.

 

Year 3 10.05.24

Class 3 have worked SO hard this week, they are making huge progress in all areas of their learning.

In maths they are learning to covert kilograms to grams.

In English we are writing our own biographies based on Howard Carter using key vocabulary we have learnt.

In P.E we are practising for our sports day in June.

In science we are continuing to learn about light and how shadows are formed.

In History we looked at mummification and the process.

We also won the golden lunchbox and 100% attendance this week! well done 🙂

Have a lovely sunny weekend!

Miss Azzopardi and Mr Baker.

Year 3 Newsletter- 26.04.24

Year 3 have had a fantastic week with lots of great learning taking place.

We have started looking at biographies in English and the features they have. We will go on to write our own biographies on Howard Carter.

In maths we are finishing learning about Fractions. We looked at equivalent fractions and how we can work them out.

In History, we looked at Howard Carter’s diary and wrote about what it would be like to be him when he discovered the tomb.

In science we started a new topic ‘light’ and looked at what are light sources and light reflectors.

In PSHE we looked at the word conflict and what it means and thought about how we can handle conflict.

Have a lovely weekend.

Miss Azzopardi and Mr Baker.

Spare Clothes

Dear Parents,

As you know, accidents can happen unexpectedly, especially among our younger children during the school day and there are times when a spare change of clothing becomes necessary.

With this in mind, we kindly request your support in donating spare underwear, socks, pants, tights, shorts, and trousers. If you can donate any plastic carrier bags that we can put wet/soiled clothing in, we would really appreciate it.

These items would greatly assist us in promptly addressing any accidents that may occur, allowing our children to quickly return to their daily activities without discomfort or embarrassment.

Please note that at this time, we are specifically seeking donations of spare clothing items listed above. While we appreciate any offers of assistance, we currently do not require donations of school jumpers/cardigans/hoodies and t-shirts.

If you can contribute, please drop off your donations at the school office during school hours.

If your child is prone to accidents, we ask that they always have a spare change of clothing available in their school bags.

Thankyou in advance