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Monthly Archives: June 2015
Dear Parents and Carers,
This week we have been thinking about the months of the year, what each month is identified with and what order they come in. The children made charts with their friends’ birth months on and used the information to produce bar charts. Their bar chart drawing has improved hugely, well done!
On Tuesday, Year 2 had their triathlon. We are very proud of the children’s hard work and good sportsmanship.
On Wednesday, we were lucky enough to have a visit from a professional Samba teacher who led us through some of the steps so that we could dance a Samba procession around the hall. Everyone joined in and had lots of fun.
Next Wednesday, we will be visiting the beach again as part of our Outdoor Learning programme. We will need volunteer helpers again, so if you would like to join us, please let either of we know. A letter with permission slip will follow.
Mrs Burns and Mrs Smitheram
Another fabulous week at Perranporth Primary, with the classes showing off their athletic skills in our Triathlon – well done to all participants and thanks very much to Mr McGowan and Mrs Smitheram for organising such a brilliant event!
Our stars for the week are…
Bradley for working hard and always trying his best!
Neve for brilliant measuring with a ruler!
Oak for great handwriting!
Connor for a fantastic week!
Esmee Polmear for trying her hardest to overcome problems.
Jules Legrand for showing such an interest in our RE lessons.
Rets Zavners for excellent effort in our triathlon.
Izzy Stevens for a fantastic ‘Be Safe, Be Seen’ poster.
Connor Wharton for an amazing time of 3 minutes and 49 seconds in our triathlon against Mount Hawke!
Jesse Judge for persevering and succeeding in our column method multiplication session!
Callum Tutt for being reflective and honest and persevering in our column method multiplication session.
Well done to EVERYONE in Trengrouse for fantastic effort against Mount Hawke School. You were all fabulous ambassadors for Perranporth!
Kyle Charman and Connor Barcle for great performance in the triathlon!
Charlie Cook and Milly Jones for being great triathlon helpers.
Other Celebrations this week…
Jed, Rueben and Noah for great swimming awards! Well done!!
Evie Bishop-Pell for excellent performances in her triathlon last weekend – you came 8th!! Fantastic.
Makay – for the surf sevens football!
Martha, Amber, Tally and Jasmine – you did some great panning from gold at Holywell Bay for Jasmine’s birthday!!
Well done to all our fantastic kwik cricketers who did brilliantly in their matches this week!
Amber Drysdale – for showing off your skills, including the reading challenge!
Well done to our Year 6 bikeability stars, who have shown skills to achieve stage 1 and 2 skills on their bikes!
Huge congratulations to all our Mathletics stars this week!!!
Well done Emily – Child Chief Executive for Cornwall’s English Heritage Group! An amazing award! We are very proud of you!!
For homework this week I would like children to write at least one sentence about an animal that they saw on our trip to the Zoo. Ask your child to explain which animal was their favourite and try to include details of the animal’s looks and habitat. The children can then draw a picture of their favourite animal. For an extra challenge write a recount of your trip to the Zoo including your favourite parts.
- Talk to your child about their favourite animal.
- Encourage your child to sound out the sounds they can hear in words.
Encourage your child to check their writing through to check that it makes sense
Newquay Zoo trip
On Tuesday we adventured to Newquay Zoo on our trip. We had great fun seeing all of the animals and even met a few of them up close. The children behaved beautifully and were a credit to the School. A special thank you to those parents who came along and helped.
On Wednesday the 1st of July St Piran class will be spending the afternoon in Penhaligon Class with their next teacher Mr Howes. This afternoon will allow the children to meet Mr Howes again and get to know him better in preparation for September.
Rachel Kitaruth and the St Piran team
Wednesday 1st July- Transition afternoon
Friday 3rd July- Own clothes day (children to bring in wrapped sweets)
Friday 10th July- School Fayre (after school)
Tuesday 14th July- St Piran class assembly and open afternoon 2pm
Wednesday 22nd July- Last day of the Summer term
Key Stage 2’s sports day is next Thursday (2nd July). We hope you are able to make it to watch the athletic skills on show!!
Please find the home-learning for the following week attached.
Thank you to all parents who managed to attend our Open Afternoon on Wednesday this week – we loved sharing our learning with you!!
Today St Piran class spent the day at Newquay Zoo. We were lucky enough to meet hissing cockroaches, African land snails and Cookie the snake. We learnt about different animal habitats in our workshop and had a great day exploring the zoo.