Teacher: Miss Barnett
Teaching Assistant: Mrs Brown
The Opal Apple.
The Opal is a modern apple derived from the Topaz apple and is cultivated in Czechoslovakia. The Opal grows best in warm, dry conditions and is said to be disease resistant. It’s golden, yellow flush hides a tart, yellow flesh.
Our Topic is
Landmarks of London
Our focus text is
English: We are currently reading about the interesting and peculiar character Mary Poppins. We are using information from the book and the film to help us to write captivating character descriptions and discuss unusual events (tea parties on the ceiling).
We created some fantastic poetry showing the journey or shape of a kite in the way we wrote.
Reminder :- Our P.E days are Wednesday and Friday
Please remember that on Friday the children will be going outdoors and will need jogging bottoms and hooded tops / jumpers to help them keep warm.
For indoor P.E children should have bare feet. If they have a verruca they will need to wear plimsoles (not trainers) until it / they have cleared up.