We have decided to offer Year 1-6 families open-ended suggestions applicable to all age groups for the Easter period. Teachers will be sending out their next individual class ideas at the end of the two weeks for the week beginning Monday 20 April.
In the meantime, we hope you and your families are staying safe and well, and we do wish you all a Happy Easter.
I hope you are all ok! I would now like to take this opportunity to say how pleased I was with all your hard work over this term ( even though it was cut short) and have really enjoyed seeing how much you have progressed since Christmas. It is now the Easter holidays and I want to wish you all a relaxing Easter and enjoy the time as best you can under these circumstances! And remember I have challenged you all on TT rockstars - I wonder if any of you can beat my score?"
Please look out for the ParentMail with music curriculum tasks attached.
Reading Roads - suggested reading list
I hope you had a lovely Christmas and a happy new year and feel refreshed and ready for the new term which will be full of exciting learning.
Our theme for the new term is answering the big question ‘Would the Mayans have benefitted from a river?’ During the first part of our theme, we will be learning about rivers. This will involve looking at famous rivers around the world and understanding the benefits of a river. After the half term we will then focus on the Mayans and learn all about this ancient civilisation.
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Although Wiltshire Libraries are closed, eBooks and eAudiobooks can still be downloaded. Please click here for further information.
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(Please do refer to this very useful guidance document, published by Wiltshire Council for parents and carers, which recognises the challenges of having children at home whilst you may also be working from home. It provides a useful daily structure for learning, as well as highlighting the importance of looking after your mental health as much as your physical health.)
Preshute Church of England Primary School
High Street, Manton, Wiltshire.
01672 512 754
Executive Head Teacher: Mr Neil Baker
Head Teacher: Mrs Claire Hann-Perkins
Deputy Head Teacher and SENCO: Mrs Mary Mundy
Admin officer (Reception and Telephone): Mrs Ange Baldock