Wilby Primary

Wilby CE Primary School
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    Matthew
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    Faith
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    Beth
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    Keira
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    James
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    Euan
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Kingfisher Class

Welcome to Kingfisher Class

Spring Term 2019 

We are a mixed Class of Year 2 and 3 pupils. Our Class Teachers are Ms Wells and Mrs Wiseman. Our classroom Teaching Assistants are Mrs Barber, Mrs Kirkum and Mrs Samson. Pupils are taught Science by Mr Haynes (Science Lead), Art by Mrs Pickess (Art Lead), French by Mrs Kirkum (specialist French teacher) and PE by Mr Chapman who is the Wilby School Sports Lead.

This term we will be learning about Anglo-Saxons and Vikings and we have already booked our trip to West Stow Anglo Saxon village. We will be exploring the topic through Geography, History, Literature (including myths and legends and the poetry of Beowuf.) 

In RE we will be learning about the Jewish faith focussing in particular on their concept of New Year and forgiveness (Teshuvah).

In maths we will be continuing our work on multiplication and division. It is essential that the children continue to work hard at learning their times tables. Y2 pupils need to be able to count in x2, x5 and x10 and Year 3 pupils also need to know x3, x4 and x8.

In the second half of the term we will be going to the Snape Maltings Concert Hall to take part in the Celebration of Schools Music. The children will be performing on Monday 4th March-we can't wait!! Details of ticket sales etc will follow on the home page.

In Kingfisher Class spelling and grammar homework will be set, collected in and marked on Fridays. Times tables homework will be set and marked on Thursdays.

We will be continuing to do ReflectED and growth Mindset lessons on Wednesday      afternoons. For more information about ReflectED and Growth Mindset please look             under the 'Parents' tab on the web-site Home Page.

 

 

West Stow Saxon Village


Check out our Viking Boat display in class!
We are so excited that we have been chosen to perform on the Snape Maltings concert hall stage as part of a Celebration of School's Music 2019.

Class Information - things to remember

  • Monday - Music and French
  • Wednesday- PE kits required.
  • Times tables tests
  • Friday- Spelling tests and hand in sentence level homework