Thursday 16th July

We’ve made it!!!!!

What a strange year it’s been but you’ve all made it through to a very well-earned summer holiday!  Well done everyone!

Summer holiday fun

We want you to have lots of fun in your SEVEN weeks off so we have a list for you of fun things you could do in the summer holidays – how many of these can you tick off?

  1.        Hold/take care of an unusual animal
  2.        Make sandwiches for your family
  3.        Try foods from around the world
  4.        Sing and dance in the rain
  5.        Have a home cinema day
  6.        Have your face painted
  7.        Make a den
  8.        Snail racing
  9.        Go to the park
  10.    Let off a balloon
  11.    Visit the beach
  12.    Run an obstacle course
  13.    Learn to skip
  14.    Grow fruits and vegetables
  15.    Go pond-dipping
  16.    Put on a puppet show
  17.    Bake a cake
  18.    Enter a competition that is run outside of school
  19.    Go bird watching
  20.    Jump in muddy puddles


Make sure you behave for your grown-ups and come back in September safe and sound and all in one piece!

Summer Reading Bingo
Below you can download a summer reading bingo card. It is full of different reading activities. There is a bingo card with 25 squares and one with 9 squares. You can pick which one you'd like to do. If you complete a line of the bingo card, you will win a prize, and a full house will win a special reward. All you have to do is bring in 3 pieces of reading evidence such as a photo, a drawing, a book review, etc, when we all return to school in September.  
Summer Home Learning
Next we'd like to tell you about our summer home learning guide. The six weeks holidays are approaching and some of you might want to continue with home learning during the holidays. So we have put together ideas for every subject - Literacy, Numeracy and Science, and also the foundation lessons - Art, Computing, DT, Geography, History, Music, PE, PSHE, RE and Spanish. There are various activities and links to websites for every subject. We hope you find it useful - it's not compulsory - but we thought you might like something to help out on a rainy day. 

Thank you for being such superstars all year, both at school and at home.  We hope you all have an amazing summer and we will see all of you grown-up Year 3s in September!

Mrs Higgins, Mrs March and Mr Wooton